Mental health app releases its premium content for free during the coronavirus pandemic.

Daily Mail

Anxiety and calming app, Sanvello, are making it easier for individuals to ease and anxiety stress that arises due to the coronavirus pandemic by releasing its premium content for free.

The app is now providing users on-demand help for stress and uncertainty, so they can stay positive through these undeniably daunting days as job losses soar and new measures such as social distancing and self-isolation are enforced.

While the basic version is free, premium content is usually $15 each month or $91.64 per year.

The app has daily mood tracking which provides simple questions each day to help capture moods and identify patterns.

It also has guided journeys to help ‘you feel more in control and build long-term life skills’, according to the website.

Coping tools including meditation are also available on the app so individuals can manage stressful situations.

Sanvello has progress assessments through weekly check-ins and can track where you are and set goals.

The premium app version ‘grants users full access to in-app digital self-care content, including all guided journeys, tools, and meditations’.

It is available on both the App Store and Google Play

Sanvello has received thousands of glowing reviews on online, with users saying it is ‘invaluable and very helpful’.

‘[The app], especially the premium version, has been invaluable to my mental health. It’s got an array of tools for you to use daily, including mood trackers, meditations, health trackers, a hope board, thoughts, and goals… Highly recommend you give the app a try if you experience anxiety or depression.,’ one person wrote.

‘This app is amazing. I kinda half assed it at first and it didn’t work super well BUT once I decided to make a change and gave it 100% and even put 100% effort into the meditation they give you, it has now changed my life,’ another said.

One person said: ‘For those looking for a tool to help them keep going from good days to bad days, this app is well-made for that. It’s not a cure, it’s not a gimmick, it’s not a fix all. It’s a tool, one of many in my toolbox, and it’s my favourite.’

To find out more visit: Sanvello

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