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Wellbeing: Apps

This page displays apps related to the welfare of doctors.

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Wellbeing apps

AppsCalm Harm by Stem4 on App Store; on Google Play (Free)

AppsClear Fear by Stem4 on App Store; on Google Play  (Free)

AppsMoodMission on App Store; on Google Play  (Free)

AppsWorryTime by ReachOut on App Store; on Google Play  (Free)

AppsUniversal Breathing - Pranayama Lite by Saagara on App Store; on Google Play  (Free)

AppsSmiling Mind on App Store; on Google Play  (Free)

AppsStop Breathe Think: Meditation on App Store; on Google Play  (Free)

AppsHeadspace on App Store; on Google Play  (Free)

AppsBetterSleep on App Store; on Google Play  (Free)

AppsSleep Bug: White Noise Soundscapes on App Store; on Google Play  (Free)

Apps1 Giant Mind: Learn Meditation on App Store; on Google Play (Free)


Health & fitness apps

AppsGoogle Fit: Activity Tracking on Google Play  (Free)

AppsJ&J Official 7 Minute Workout on App Store; on Google Play  (Free)

AppsZombies, Run! on App Store; on Google Play (Free)

AppsDaily Yoga on App Store; on Google Play (Free)

AppsSimply Yoga - Home Instructor on App Store; on Google Play  (Free)

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