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Finding some time for mindfulness amid a busy routine can be challenging. These meditation apps help busy professionals refocus, reset and make some time for the self-care.
The following apps feature guided meditation sessions, visualisation tools to help people drift into to sleep and focus.
Headspace is the most popular meditation app with more than 700, 000 on the App Store. The paid version includes a series of exercises to add a little physical activity to the sedentary office setting and available Playlists to help boost focus. The app is available on App Store and Google Play.
Calmis certainly worth a look for those who seek mindfulness and meditation. Calm was apple’s 2017 iPhone app of the year. The app offers guided meditation and breathing exercises, nature soundtracks and music. The app also includes stories for children. The app is available on App Store and Google Play.
Aura is the app which offers a personalised approach to self-care and daily mindfulness. To start with the process, the app will ask you to take a quick assessment. With a series of questions, like the app will ask about your goals, why you are choosing this app and your preferred content options. Aura also features options for children, cognitive behavioral therapy, hypnosis and more interesting stuff. The app is available on App Store and Google Play.
During the busy workweek it can be challenging to find some time for the self-care. To assist Buddhify app lets people to select a specific setting or task and then suggests a mindfulness sessions based on these parameters. For example, the app offers meditation while you are traveling, ready to go to bed, or eating, and more. The app is available on App Store and Google Play.
Just like Aura, the Breethe meditation app poses a series of questions to customize the mindfulness experience. The app also includes a number of situation-specific meditation lessons with straightforward titles for clarity. These includes meditation sessions titled “My Family Drives Me Nuts”, and “My Boss is a Jerk”. Overall the app library touts more than 1,500 tracks and also includes sleep stories. The sleep stories are “meditations narrated to lull even the most hardcore insomniacs into a night of deep sleep” according to the developers. The app is available on App Store and Google Play.
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