Happy Thursday! For the majority of my life, I have dealt with anxiety even as a young child now that I am a 35-year-old woman it has only gotten worse, and I am easily triggered by the horrible things that are happening on a daily basis in the world. It is vital that we all take better care of our mental health and one way to do that is to incorporate meditation into your daily routine. There are many tools to help us manage our stress and anxiety and today I will be sharing some wellness apps that I hope can help you during these uncertain times so keep reading for all the deets.
6 black owned wellness apps to help with anxiety
Shine App is a daily self-care app that helps people rest, heal, and grow through difficulties. The app provides users with a mental wellness program that includes daily meditations, weekly courses, and virtual workshops.
Somewhere Good is an audio conversation platform designed to place a focus on meaningful voice recording based discourse that brings the ease of connection back to your social feed.
Ayana Therapy is a digital platform that provides people with access to therapy options by matching them with licensed therapists.
The Safe Place offers a selection of meditation albums, self-care tips, black mental health statistics, self-assessment questions, and more.
Liberate App provides meditations and discussions, specially designed with the black experience in mind. The digital wellness studio helps develop daily meditation habits that will lead to a better mental state.
Poppy Seed Health is an app that connects mothers affected by postpartum depression, and other mental issues associated with pregnancy, with on demand professional help and guidance.
What wellness apps do you use? Let me know in the comments.