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Wellbeing: Apps

This page displays apps related to the welfare of doctors.

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Well-being Apps

AppsCalm Harm by Stem4 on App Store; on Google Play  Access: Free

AppsClear Fear by Stem4 on App Store; on Google Play  Access: Free

AppsMoodMission by MoodMission Pty Ltd on App Store; on Google Play  Access: Free

AppsReachOut Worry Time by ReachOut Australia on App Store; on Google Play  Access: Free

AppsReachOut Breathe by ReachOut Australia on App Store  Access: Free

AppsUniversal Breathing - Pranayama Free by Saagara on App Store; on Google Play  Access: Free

AppsSmiling Mind on App Store; on Google Play  Access: Free

AppsStop, Breathe & Think by Tools for Peace on App Store; on Google Play  Access: Free

AppsHeadspace on App Store; on Google Play  Access: Free

AppsRelax Melodies by iLBSoft on App Store; on Google Play  Access: Free

AppsSleepBot - Smart Cycle Alarm with Motion & Sound Trackeron App Store; on Google Play  Access: Free

AppsSleep Bug: White Noise Soundscapes & Music Box - by Arnt-Henning Moberg on App Store; on Google Play  Access: Free

Apps1 Giant Mind


Health & Fitness Apps

AppsGoogle Fit - Fitness Tracking on Google Play  Access: Free

AppsFitness Builder

AppsHuman - Activity tracker by Humanco, Inc. on App Store; on Google Play  Access: Free

AppsWomen's Health 15-Minute Workouts on App Storeon Google Play  Access: Free

The Johnson & Johnson Official 7 Minute Workout App on App Store; on Google Play  Access: FreeApps

AppsZombies Run!

AppsDaily Yoga

AppsSimply Yoga by Daily Workout Apps, LLC on App Store; on Google Play  Access: Free

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