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Happify
Happify, Inc.
Happify has turned a decade's worth of research into activities and games that help you create habits for a happier, more fulfilling life. The app is designed to train you to disrupt patterns of negative thinking, manage stress, and build skills to overcome various life challenges. Features include the ability to join a 4-week happiness track designed by an expert, complete happiness-boosting activities on the go, enjoy activities, quizzes, games, and polls in every Happify track, and get support and feedback from the Happify community.

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WhatsMyM3
M-3 Information, LLC
The M3 is, essentially, a mental health score. Keeping track of your M3 is just as important as keeping track of your blood pressure and cholesterol levels. That?s where this app steps in. What?sMyM3? poses a series of questions and determines your M3 score based on your answers. While not an official diagnosis, the results can give you a solid sense of how much your anxiety or depression is burdening your everyday life. A high score signals that it may be time for a mental health evaluation.

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Take a Break! - Guided Meditations for Stress Relief
Meditation Oasis
You can enjoy the deep relaxation, stress relief and benefits of meditation now with this app by Meditation Oasis?. Featuring two popular meditations from the the Meditation Oasis podcast, the app gives you the option to listen with or without music or nature sounds. You can also listen to the relaxing music and nature sounds alone.



Self-help Anxiety Management (SAM)
University of the West of England
SAM is an app that offers a range of self-help methods for people who are serious about learning to manage their anxiety. SAM has been developed by a university team of psychologists, computer scientists and student users.



PersonalZen
Hadley Harris
Personal Zen is clinically proven to reduce stress by just playing a fun game. Built by a team of leading neuroscientists and mobile developers, playing Personal Zen actually retrains your brain to lower stress and anxiety.

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