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12 best mindfulness apps to help you keep calm during a crisis

Calm Headspace Portal.app Simple Habit Stop Breathe & Think MindU.io Insight Timer The Mindfulness App Buddhify
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    Calm.com can help you reduce stress and increase calm.
    We loved Calm when we tested it previously, particularly its guided Daily Calm sessions, which helped us unwind and refocus our attention. But the app has bolstered its already-great offering this year, with the addition of a new daily meditation series called the Daily Trip. Narrated by Canadian author and meditation teacher Jeff Warren, the Daily Trip offers a more adventurous – and enjoyable – practice. We found we learned more in these daily sessions than any of the others we tested.

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  2. Meditation made simple. Brilliant things happen in calm minds.
    Headspace was one of the first meditation apps and remains one of the best-known on the market. Following its launch in 2010, it has accrued more than 65 million members across 190 countries – and it’s not hard to see why. The app is a great choice if you want to learn the essentials of meditation and mindfulness, with hundreds of guided meditations on subjects including stress and focus, and whimsical animations to help you find your feet.

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  3. Experience beautiful and immersive ambience from around the world, designed to improve focus, sleep & relaxation. Now with support for Philips Hue.

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  4. Our mission is to empower humans to stress less, achieve more, and live better. Meditate today!

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  5. Guided meditation for more mindfulness and compassion.
    MyLife Mediation (which used to be Stop, Breathe & Think) asks you to “check in” before meditating. Using a choice of adjectives to describe how you’re feeling, both physically and mentally, we found this was a great way to get into the right mindset after a busy day in the office or on your feet. The app then uses this information to recommend short, guided meditations, from five-minute “joy” sessions, to longer practices that help you deal with anxiety, to those that help you to relax, ground and clear your head.

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  6. Mindfulness meditation for calm & sleep
    If you are looking for the right mindfulness app, it’s reassuring to know that there are plenty of great options out there. Calm was our favourite due to its variety – from the calming bedtime stories, to the easy-to-follow meditations. Headspace was a close runner-up and by the far the best app for beginners. We also loved Portal, which offers us a haven through our headphones, and the sceptical 10% Happier for its refreshing nature, while Stop, Breathe & Think really makes you “check in” with yourself. As most of the apps are free to download, make sure you try before you buy and find one that makes your daily routine easier, not harder.

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  7. Meditate to calm your mind and shape your life for health and happiness!

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  8. Support your meditation practice through a massive community powered app.
    Insight Timer is more of a social network for meditators. As well as a world map showing you how many people are meditating at any one time, it allows you to see who is nearby and to invite friends to join in with you. There are also community groups where you are encouraged to join meet-ups throughout the UK, or discuss anything from poetry to Hinduism.

    #Health And Fitness #Meditation #Sleep 61 social mentions

  9. The Mindfulness App: relax, calm, focus and sleep developed and published by MindApps.

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  10. Modern mindfulness wherever you are.
    Buddhify says that it is “designed to fit into a busy modern lifestyle”. It’s certainly unique in its design, with a daily wheel divided into segments, from waking up to going to bed.

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  11. The world's first intelligent journal
    Reflectly describes itself as a journal for happiness. More specifically, it claims it will enable users to “deal with negative thoughts and make positivity louder” as it teaches them about the science of wellbeing. It does this by asking easy-to-answer questions, enabling better reflection on the ups and downs of each day.

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  12. Promotes mindfulness and meditation for young people
    If you’re obsessed with data and don’t want to spend ages scanning through hundreds of programmes to find what you need, then this app is a great choice. From the moment you open Smiling Mind, you start inputting information to ensure you get a customised list of guided meditations.

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