Apps to improve your physical and mental health

Apps to improve your physical and mental health

We understand that the Coronavirus outbreak has changed the lives of many people already. Some businesses are temporarily shut due to government restrictions, others have had to closed their doors completely. No doubt, everyone is feeling a little more stress and anxiety because of the ‘unknown’ this pandemic creates.

It’s important to look after yourself at a time like this. Things are changing day by day, hour by hour, and it’s hard to keep up. Here are some useful apps that might help you out. is an app by Sam Harris, author of Spirituality without Religion. He explores the practice of meditation and examines the theory behind it in this app.


Headspace’s Guided Meditation and Mindfulness app helps you stress less, focus more and sleep better. You couldn’t ask for more at a time like this!


Centr, the app by Chris Hemsworth, offers workouts and meal plans with a free 6 week trial.


This science-based app is designed to boost your optimism, conquer negative thoughts, ease stress and fix relationship friction. You start with a questionnaire that covers your age, gender, health and employment and relationship status to tailor the app to you.


Sweatt is described as Tinder for those who take their workouts as seriously as Strava.

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We hope you stay healthy and happy during this difficult time.

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