[iOS, Android] Free - Mentemia Mental Wellbeing App

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Boost your mental wellbeing! Currently FREE for Australian due to Covid until November 2020.

What is Mentemia?
Mentemia is a deeply engaging digital platform that helps people improve their daily mental wellbeing through science-backed tools and expert content. Mentemia was founded by Sir John Kirwan and Adam Clark.

Who is Mentemia for?
Mentemia is for everyone. The app is purpose-built for working age people but can be used by ages 12 and up. Mentemia provides useful information and tools to help people build healthy daily habits that enhance their mental wellbeing and resilience.

Is the app free?
Mentemia is paid for by businesses who gift the app to their employees.

We made a free version of Mentemia available to the Australian and New Zealand public to help through the COVID-19 crisis. The app is free until at least October 2020 in New Zealand and November 2020 in Australia. We will be revisiting this as the COVID-19 situation evolves.

What’s in the app?

  • Personality quizzes to help you get to know yourself better
  • Breath training tool to control stress and bring calm to your day
  • Mood tracker to help notice patterns, triggers and find opportunities for change
  • Worry map tool to help let go of worries and create an action plan
  • Wheel of kindness to inspire acts of kindness for others
  • Positive daily content including articles, videos and more
  • Soundscape mixer to get creative and customise the perfect soundscape for sleep, meditation, focus or relaxation

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Comments

  • Share your innermost thoughts with an app maker. What's there to lose??!!

    • Much better to just wear a fitness tracker all day so large corps can monitor your body's reactions as you are exposed to various inputs via the internet.

      • Both bad.

        This same argument.

        "X is bad"

        "But Y is also bad"

        So what?

        • I don't disagree. I just brought it up since no-one here ever seems to question fitness trackers but then this app raises red flags.

  • "Worry map tool to help let go of worries and create an action plan"

    Nothing gets rid of worries, stress and anxiety like having to create an 'action plan'

  • Seems to be a lot of hate/distrust of this app - but is there a better free app?

    • Even if there isn't, how does that make this one any good?

    • Nobody commenting here actually tried this app. Just trolling. Try the app yourself, it's free. You are not loosing anything.
      My opinion, this is a good app with a lot of helpful features.

      • Mentemia is a deeply engaging digital platform that helps people improve their daily mental wellbeing through science-backed tools and expert content.

        Big words - from a marketing department

        Mentemia was founded by Sir John Kirwan and Adam Clark.

        Like it matters?

        Mentemia is for everyone.

        Yeeeah, sure….

        My opinion, this is a good app with a lot of helpful features.

        Thanks for the thorough review!

        EDIT: requires an account to use the app, which requires an email address. No, thanks.

    • @Nukkels, yes, daylio is recommended in many mental-health support groups. It's more of a mood tracker, but that's arguably the most important first step - to understand your emotions and their connections to places and events throughout the day.

  • I've just given it a try and it's pretty good. I like the mood tracker and the personality test. Also will probably try to commit to the wheel of kindness, I think it's a brilliant ideas. Some section are still a work in progress (courses) but it's worth a try!

  • Got this app - paid by my employer :-). I have been using this app for a few months now and can say that I like it. However, the content in the app is limited. I often seem to get the same stuff in my daily to-do lists. I wasnt aware it was a paid app, but I would definitely like to see more stuff if I would have to pay for it.

  • Advertisers specifically target those with health conditions since they're mentally incapable of providing resistance and fall for irrational associations which are the basis of modern lifestyle advertising at a far higher rate than the healthy.

    Of course most Australian's are so naive that they bathe themselves and their children in harmful advertising from day one on Earth while installing wiretaps to provide feedback about the advertising.