Thrive: Feel Stress Free

Did you know that 1 in 4 people struggle on a daily basis with mental wellbeing?
I got the opportunity to trial and test the brand new app ‘Thrive: Feel Stress Free’. This app is a great way for individuals to self manage their stress, anxiety and other mental health conditions. It’s full of clinically effective techniques that help train the mind. It’s not just our bodies that require regular training and exercise, and this app makes exercise of the mind that little bit more achievable.
There are games, guides, relaxation sessions, internal/external support and so much more. This app incorporates CBT and mindfulness techniques which helps build on resilience to mild depression, stress and anxiety. The fun activities can help individuals monitor and track their general well-being.
The colourful and inviting app has three different islands; home, well-being and games.
The home island features: breathing exercises ranging from 3-15 minutes, meditation sessions to follow, deep muscle relaxation training, daily goal options, a zen profile to track development and a thrive box which provides helpful links and information.
The well-being island features: a mood meter to track happiness, guides for personal reading options and a message in a bottle feature which allows users to send encouraging messages to other users of the app (my personal favourite feature).
The games island features: a zen garden which is a relaxation distraction game where users can build their own digital island, a zen challenge which helps build progress within the app and a wise words game which helps users switch off from the daily stresses of life.
This app is suitable for everyone both young and old, and it doesn’t require too much time or effort. It’s a great way for relieving stress and gives you a 5-15 minute break whenever needed (which for new mums like myself is hard to find).
Download the app for FREE for iOS and Android. To subscribe you can purchase a one month, three month or year subscription. For one month it costs £4.99, for three it costs £3.33 a month and for a year subscription it costs £1.99 a month.
*This opportunity has been sent to by a PR/brand but all opinions are my own*

1 Comment

  1. Carole Nott
    July 21, 2018 / 2:21 pm

    Looks like an interesting read – thanks for the chance to win

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