5 apps that can help you meditate better, reduce lockdown stress

Everyone has been stuck at home for more than a month to be specific due to the coronovirus epidemic. And it is going to last for at least a few more weeks. Unable to meet and breathe with friends and breathe fresh air due to the current stress of working from home. Maintaining mental health is very important in this time of crisis and keeping in mind that here are five very useful apps that give you better mental health and reduce stress.


Headspace is a very popular meditation app that is available on both the Play Store and the App Store. There is a free and paid version available in the app – Headspace Plus. In addition to meditation, headspace helps you create a better sleep cycle through various sessions and reduces stress from life.

The Headsets Meditation app offers breathing, meditation, sleep breathing classes. It provides practice on everything from managing anxiety to relieving stress to breathing, calming and focusing. The app helps those who have never meditated before their free basics course, which teaches meditation and the imperatives of the mind.

Let’s Meditate: Sleep and Guided Meditation

The best thing about this app is that it does not require sign-ups and does not contain any advertisements. To use the app you just have to choose a track and hit play to start your day meditation session. The app provides a wide variety of content, including a curated list of guided meditation tracks for a wide list of topics such as anxiety, body scans, therapy, sleep, among others. One of the best things about it is that it is good for those who have less time as well as those who can spend an hour at mediation during the day. It provides meditation tracks as long as 5 minutes and also tracks lasting more than 40 minutes. There is also an option to play these arbitration tracks offline.

Insight Timer – Free meditation app

The app offers everything starting with guided meditation and talks led by the world’s top meditation and mindfulness experts, neuroscientists, psychologists and teachers at Stanford, Harvard, Oxford University, and more. It is good for both beginners and experienced physicians. It also provides 40,000+ guided meditations, thousands of music tracks and ambient sounds to calm the mind, focus, get better sleep and rest, thousands of discussion groups and community facilities, and statistics and milestones to track your progress is.

Unable to meet and breathe with friends and breathe fresh air due to the current stress of working from home. (Photo: Getty Images / Thinkstock)

Meditation Music – Relaxation, Yoga

The app provides HD meditation music to users and helps them find inner peace and tranquility. Meditation music consists of twelve different high quality meditation tunes. The best thing about the app is that it works offline. Some popular features of the app are: high-quality meditation music, relaxing sounds and melodies, intuitive timers so that the music player turns off automatically, notifying you that the timer will expire soon, and more.

Peace: Guided Meditation and Mindfulness

The app allows users to learn many meditation and mindfulness techniques that help them stay calm and calm the mind. The app also offers features like Sleep Guide – a selection of guided techniques to help users fall asleep using relaxation techniques, peaceful tracks and calming sounds. Others also have features such as stress relief, quick meditation, daily meditation. The good bit is that no sign up is required to use the app.

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