Are you feeling stressed? You might find on TutuApp a mindfulness app that is helpful in reducing stress levels. Anyone who has suffered from depression more than three times is advised to try mindfulness-based cognitive therapy. It’s as effective as anti-depressants, according to research. Even if you don’t have depression, research shows that mindfulness can reduce stress, increase resilience, develop happiness, improve focus, and lower anxiety levels. Thus, an app could be the perfect tool to help you establish a relaxing routine. Below are the top relaxing apps for both beginners and experienced meditators.
Smiling Mind, a 100% Australian not-for-profit, was created by neuroscientists, psychologists, and educators. The goal behind it is to make mindfulness more accessible to everyone, and that’s a great goal. Smiling Mind is one of few free apps, as opposed to in-app purchases at ever-increasing prices. You can find guided meditations, a section on mindfulness for beginners, and meditations on the daily commute, mindful eating, and other topics. Experts have compiled it using science, you will see the same quality of practices as an 8-week teacher-led program. This is the app for you if you are looking for an excellent free quality app.
This app is Time Magazine’s App of the Year winner; it is highly suggested. Insight Timer’s mindfulness teachers would be included in a hall of fame if there were one. You can also use the offline mode if you don’t have internet access. Every day, 10+ new meditations are added to the thousands of already existing guides. There are many meditation topics, including those dealing with anxiety, stress, and leadership, eating, loving-kindness, and eating. This app is science-backed and created by well-versed experts.
Headspace was created by Andy Puddicombe (a former monk) and is now ubiquitous. It is one of the most downloaded apps on the planet and is now a partner with Spotify. Headspace offers guided meditation for 10 days. You can also purchase in-app. The app features animations and guided meditations by Andy. It also has a tracking feature which makes this app a favorite. To get a taste and to see Andy’s Puddicombe Ted Talk, take a look at Andy’s profile on his website.
Android and IOS starting at PS4.99 upfront, with in-app purchases of between PS24.00 and PS26.49 per product. Buddhify is different in that you have to pay upfront. There’s no monthly fee or free download. The app has a handy colored wheel that allows you to select your meditation. The best thing about this app is the short, guided meditations. It’s a great app for those who are often on the move. The guided ‘Walking and ‘Work Break’ meditations allow you to incorporate mindfulness into your daily activities.
The Meditation App
Android and IOS free downloads with in-app purchases starting at PS3.19 to PS139.99 each item This app claims to be the best meditation app, and it comes at a high price of PS139.99. There are 250+ meditations available in English and Spanish. You can choose from a wide range of meditation topics, including compassion, gratitude, and body awareness. There is also a timer that doesn’t provide guidance, so you can do your meditation as you please. You can also download the app and listen offline. Although we like the app’s wide variety, you may find it more affordable or less beneficial if you have a limited budget.…