3 Best Feeling apps for Android (Medical)

Following is our list of the best feeling apps for Android. Trusted developers like Ggtude Ltd and 10% Happier are known to create software that in theory will improve wellbeing and health. After extensive testing we've concluded that the best apps include Body+ Positive body mindset, Ten Percent Happier, CBT Guide to Depression Self-help, .

1 Body+ Positive body mindset

Begin accepting your body, feeling better about your look and loving it, today!

Body+ Positive body mindset is an app created by Dr. Guy Doron based on psychology research. It helps improve positive body image and acceptance. The app focuses on replacing negative thoughts with positive ones, and helps users identify and respond to their thoughts quickly. It offers 15 free levels and 1 free daily training level, with a total of 48 levels covering topics such as body-focused self-esteem, shame, fear of judgment, and the need for perfection. The app is designed for individuals who struggle with body-related beliefs and aims to break the cycle of negative self-talk. It is based on cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) models and helps increase awareness of negative self-talk, challenge it, and promote positive self-talk. The app also includes a memory game to reinforce learning. It is part of the GG Apps platform, which offers other wellness-focused apps.

Body+ Positive body mindset
Body+ Positive body mindset
Price: Free
Android Rating:
4.1 ★★★★★
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2 Ten Percent Happier

Get better at feeling good with meditations from the world's best teachers

The Ten Percent Happier app is designed to help you sleep better, be more mindful, improve your relationships, and become happier. It offers guided meditations, videos, talks, and sleep content to help you build and stick with your meditation practice. The app includes a library of over 500 guided meditations on various topics, a sleep section with relaxing meditations, bite-size stories and inspiration for mindfulness on the go, and new content released weekly. It also provides quick meditations that fit into your busy life. The app has been featured in The New York Times and The Washington Post, and is based on the best-selling book by Dan Harris. It also has a podcast where Dan talks with smart people about personal growth and enlightenment. Overall, this app is useful for anyone looking to start or enhance their meditation practice and find more happiness in their life.

Ten Percent Happier
Ten Percent Happier
Price: Free
Android Rating:
4.7 ★★★★★
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3 CBT Guide to Depression Self-help

Feeling depressed? All audios, tests, and activities available without upgrade.

The CBT Guide to Depression Self-help app is a free tool designed to help people manage depression. It provides education on understanding depression and the factors that contribute to it. The app offers various tools such as assistance audios, guided imagery, quick stress relief exercises, and mindfulness training. It also includes features like depression screening tests, a cognitive diary for evaluating distressing events, a healthy activities log to track daily activities, and a mood log to record and analyze moods. The app provides articles on depression, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and other mental health issues. It allows users to customize the app's terms and definitions, add personal statements, and password protect their data. The app can be used as self-help or in collaboration with a therapist to develop a treatment plan.

CBT Guide to Depression Self-help
CBT Guide to Depression Self-help
Price: Free
Android Rating:
4.3 ★★★★★
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