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Millennial Users Are Turning To Self-Care Apps For Stress Relief

Recent statistics have shown that apps that aid users in taking part in self-care practices for relaxation are becoming more and more profitable and popular.

There is literally an app for everything these days, including ones that can help users lower their levels of stress. Yes, it might seem a little counterproductive to use technology to relax when it is a common factor in a heightened stress level, however, it can definitely be effective. The key is finding the right app.

Here are our top picks.

Meditation is a great way to relieve stress and let go of a tough day, but it can be challenging to find the right process. While some people prefer to go to a class, many would rather be alone in their own home, which is why mediation apps can come in handy. The number of apps can be overwhelming, and, after all a bad app can ruin the entire experience and make you skeptical of trying meditation again.

Calm is one of the best apps around to help with stress, and it is one of our favorites. It is the most recommended meditation app and it topped the charts in the world of self-care apps for 2018. It features guided sessions, and each one ranges from about 10 to 15 minutes, the perfect amount of time for users to embrace the calm within. Although the app is free to download, if you want access to all of the sessions, you will have to upgrade to the premium plan, but trust us, it is worth it.

Breathe in love, breathe out kindness. 💙

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Simple Habit is another great app because it has a slew of free options for you to test out. The sessions run for around 20 minutes, which can be a little too long for some people but they really do not feel that time consuming. Each session is relaxing and will help you either get your day started right or help you unwind at the end of each evening.

Headspace is giving Calm a run for its money regarding popularity. The app features different topics for you to meditate on including stress, appreciation, balance, and change. Each session runs for around 10 minutes, but some can be a little longer. There is also a soothing voice behind the app that instantly brings a sense of calm over your body. Plus, the free plan gives you access to so many sessions, as well as teaches you about meditation more generally. Truly a great choice for beginners.

Whatever app you choose to help you meditate, remember that the whole process is all about what helps you to relax. Everyone has a different way of chilling out, so test out a few apps based on your needs, not merely the reviews.

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