Features to make you feel better

Emotional needs check

20 brief questions help us to understand your emotional wellbeing in order to tailor Better audios specific to your needs.

Better mind therapies

Follow calming guided audios by leading mental health experts to help you whenever you need to unwind.

Better sleep audios

Time to drift off into a peaceful and relaxing night’s rest with these soothing audios tailored to your needs.

Talk to someone

Gain instant access to connect with another person from your phonebook, keeping your treasured contacts close when you need them most.

Walk for 20 minutes

Exercise is important for lifting your mood so join us for a short walk to get yourself a little out of breath and unwind.

Calm your breathing

Steady and gain control of your breathing with our guided audio helping you to relax and ease your mind.

Find a therapist

Gain quick-link access to qualified therapists in your area. Just talking to someone can really help.

Start with your wellbeing score

Better’s unique ‘Emotional needs check’ asks 20 questions about your emotional and physical wellbeing. It only takes a couple of minutes to complete. Then you get a ‘Wellbeing score’ detailing areas that need attention and all the information you need to make your life better.

Win a £10,000 Northern Lights holiday!

Northern Lights

The next 10,000 paid plan Better app users will be entered into the prize draw to win a holiday up to the value of £10,000 to Reykjavik, Iceland.

The lucky winner will be announced in the app, on the Better app website and social media channels. Entrants must be over 18.

Get the Better app for a ONE-OFF PAYMENT of ONLY £19.99 to enter the competition.

Northern Lights
The importance of sleep
Various clever parts of our mind enable us to dream in metaphors to rebalance our emotions, waking the next day feeling refreshed.
The science of addiction
What is the difference between somebody who has spent their life totally able to dip into the use of alcohol or drugs and those who are tortured the moment they try to stop themselves indulging in their chemical stimulation? The answer is, we don’t know.