Jason Rich's Featured App of the Week

Using Mobile Apps to Reduce Stress, Anxiety and Depression During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond

April 03, 2020 Jason R. Rich Season 1 Episode 4
Jason Rich's Featured App of the Week
Using Mobile Apps to Reduce Stress, Anxiety and Depression During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond
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Jason Rich's Featured App of the Week
Using Mobile Apps to Reduce Stress, Anxiety and Depression During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond
Apr 03, 2020 Season 1 Episode 4
Jason R. Rich

This episode explores some of the apps available for your iPhone that can help you reduce your stress, anxiety, and/or depression as you deal with the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

Discover how to use your iPhone to help you learn and practice medication or yoga, for example, plus learn to adopt healthier fitness and dietary routines, even if you're stuck at home.

If you're suffering from sever anxiety or depression, don't just rely on an app! Seek out immediate help from a licensed doctor or mental health professional. The apps discussed in this episode are tools that can help to improve your symptoms, but they likely will not eliminate your condition altogether.

The goal of this episode is to share information about mobile apps that are available to you right now for your smartphone. This podcast is not intended to offer medical advice. For a list of free resources available from the Calm app, for example, visit: https://www.calm.com/blog/take-a-deep-breath.

The National Suicide Prevention Hotline can be reached by calling: 1-(800) 273-8255. You can also visit: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org from your smartphone's web browser.

Show Notes Transcript

This episode explores some of the apps available for your iPhone that can help you reduce your stress, anxiety, and/or depression as you deal with the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

Discover how to use your iPhone to help you learn and practice medication or yoga, for example, plus learn to adopt healthier fitness and dietary routines, even if you're stuck at home.

If you're suffering from sever anxiety or depression, don't just rely on an app! Seek out immediate help from a licensed doctor or mental health professional. The apps discussed in this episode are tools that can help to improve your symptoms, but they likely will not eliminate your condition altogether.

The goal of this episode is to share information about mobile apps that are available to you right now for your smartphone. This podcast is not intended to offer medical advice. For a list of free resources available from the Calm app, for example, visit: https://www.calm.com/blog/take-a-deep-breath.

The National Suicide Prevention Hotline can be reached by calling: 1-(800) 273-8255. You can also visit: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org from your smartphone's web browser.