Tools to fight Sunday Scaries, insomnia, and all the stress of the world.
I know a thing or two about worrying. To quote my mom, “You came out of the womb biting your nails.” Love you, mom! She's exaggerating...a little.
Just like the 40 million of Americans who suffer from anxiety, stress, and the daily struggles of being human, it can be tough, but mindfulness is a great resource. According to the American Psychological Association, the practice of mindfulness can reduce stress, improve focus, and increase cognitive flexibility. Meditation also boasts a number of benefits to the body from reducing stress, controlling anxiety, and promoting emotional health, according to Healthline.
Whether you want some relief from a certain someone's not, like, smart or stable tweets or your boss’s calendar invite for Friday at 5pm. Ahead, 13 meditation and mindfulness apps that will keep you feeling good and thinking positive in 2020.