Reviewed Alternative Mental Health Medicine Apps Links
(viewing 1 - 5 of 7)Qi Gong Meditation Relaxation
Improve your physical health, relax and reduce your stress by learning Qi Gong, gentle movement combined with breathing. Qi Gong is a basic form of Tai Chi where you can experience the health benefits of Tai Chi without the years of training.
The Smiling Mind app is specifically targeted at young people overwhelmed by stress, anxiety, or depression. Developed by psychologists with special training in adolescent therapy, the app helps teach young people about mindfulness meditation. New features include daily meditations geared for specific age groups. You can keep track of how many minutes you?ve meditated and do a short self-check after each meditation to see if you feel more optimistic and more in-tune. If you?ve never meditated before, the guided meditations featured provide a good start.
Headspace is meditation made simple, a way of treating your head right. Using proven meditation and mindfulness techniques we?ll show you how to train your mind for a healthier, happier, more enjoyable life.
Health Through Breath
A simple structured course to improve breathing, health and reduce stress. Health Through Breath uses musical audio cues to guide your breathing. Once you have become comfortable with the app you may simply switch off the screen and focus on your breathing using our effective audio cues which will naturally guide you. Switching the screen off is also ideal when you are using the app to help you sleep, conserving the battery life in your device as you slowly drift off.
Chakra Meditation is a simple yet beautiful training tool that promotes meditation using accurate visuals and sounds based on traditional yoga practices. This is the latest addition to our collection of health and wellness apps. According to Eastern Philosophy, chakras are energy centers rising from the base of your spine going all the way up to the crown. There are seven main chakras in our body which govern our psychological qualities. The four chakras in our upper body govern our mental aptitude and the three in the lower body govern instinctual properties. By learning to tune into the