SAP79

598d

I'm new to this app. just diagnosed with anxiety disorder that I have covered up for years. It has now gotten out of my control. seeing a therapist and trying meds. what are some helpful apps or things to try that help you when you are feeling anxious and down?

Anxiety (Including GAD)

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    • Cindy33

      592d

      I really like journaling it helps me understand myself better, like talking to yourself. Also just try to look at the things you have to go through on a day by day basis, don't think about the future too much

    • Katylin

      598d

      simple habit is my fav! 💕

    • catcimur

      598d

      Headspace, if you can afford it! Also, calming games like Tsuki Odyssey help me a lot

    • ticcer3000

      598d

      there is a game called loner that is so so calming for me. it isn't necessarily made for that but it helps me the most of all the apps I've tried. im not sure if its on ios though

    • Sinklayre

      598d

      I just want to let you know, you’re not alone. I’ve always had fear of authority, fear of public speaking, fear of discipline. It built and built, I had some other personal life things happen, and collapsed. I’m almost 44. Hang in there, it gets better. Slow and arduous process! I use “The Tapping solution” app and it’s been amazing for me.

    • Lora

      597d

      Working out, meeting with a friend and meditating or even just relaxing and watching TV without any high expectations of myself.

    • moon.stars.oceans

      597d

      Your story is the exact one I had a few years ago. The start of getting help can be extra hard so I’m proud of you and all you’ve done :) • I’ve tried a ton of apps, but these are the ones I feel are most helpful for anxiety (+ a bit depression) • Sanvello. Breathe2Relax. What’s Up?. Clear Fear. Thinkable. Mindshift. Fear Tools. • Hope this helps, and everyone else’s advice is great too. ❤️

    • Cheeseballs

      595d

      I love my daily yoga app!

    • Cbab

      593d

      Insight timer is absolutely my go to!!!!

    • Cindy33

      592d

      I really like journaling it helps me understand myself better, like talking to yourself. Also just try to look at the things you have to go through on a day by day basis, don't think about the future too much

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