anxietyhelper is a mental health toolkit for anyone, allowing you to get info on certain mental illnesses, find resources, and use tools to cope with day to day life.
use the app to learn about your own mental health, or to gain insight about the depths of mental illness.
info - learn about treatments, coping methods, and signs of mental illness.
resources - have access to directories of additional resources for almost every mental illness, including; anxiety, PTSD, OCD, dissociation, depression, self harm, borderline personality disorder, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, psychosis, eating disorders, and autism.
tools - allow the app to help you cope with mental illnesses.
use panic attack guidance to have the app discreetly guide you through a panic attack.
start panic alert to have it guide someone in helping you through a panic attack, or use guided breathing to take a short meditation break.
enable quick access to get connected to life saving resources in 3 seconds, and use location services to find helpful places near you during a crisis.
concentrate your emotions in a helpful way, by tapping them out through bubbles, or by talking through it.
anxietyhelper is designed for you in mind. help is just a tap away.
-added crashes fixes that stop guided breathing and affirmations.
-fixed font sizing issues for iPhone XS, XR, and XS Max!
-laid the groundwork for some new tools coming later.
Ratings and Reviews
Very clean an pretty design
I like your style and choice of letter style and size. Very good logic.
Your choice of method to go back to previous screen by swiping left or right is not working properly and is not your fault (Apple needs to correct sensitivity on this feature to make this feature work properly on the iPhone).
You can use a small button on the top to allow user to go back to previous page and also another one to go back to home page if the user is more than one page away from the home menu (saves user many steps if looking at pages far away from main menu).
I wake up w panic attacks every day and have a very annoying anxiety disorder . This app isn’t a substitute for therapists or friends or medication , and it even claims it isn’t that , but it can feel a bit like being thrown a raft when you’re drowning . It can help steer your mind from careening to back under your own control . It could be that little change u need to start snapping u out of the attack . It gives u a change of gears and it’s Free . Thanks , dev , I love u
Two concrits : the swipe back gesture doesn’t work when you’re in the middle of some exercises - a button may be better and wouldn’t clog the minimalist UI . And also , the pause after the “exhale” in guided breathing is like a second too long - the next inhale should start like immediately and it’s easy to fall outta sync
Anyway thank u for this app , I owe u my life
A therapist’s review
I downloaded this app after reading about it on healthline; I wanted to see if it would be helpful for some of my clients who suffer from anxiety and depression.
I love the “panic alert” component—brilliant! If you’re having a panic attack you simply access the panic alert and hand the phone to whomever you’re with and it talks them through helping you.
It is a simple design and very well done. I have already shared it with several people and will continue to do so.
I did not have any issues with swiping back and forth that has been mentioned by previous reviewers. Also, I thought the breathing app was well timed. It may seem that the pause is too long when you’re having a panic attack but working your way back to that breathing pace is ideal.
- Astra Labs
- 12.3 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 11.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © 2018 Astra Labs
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.
Get things done within this app using just your voice.