Have you become more anxious as lockdown eases?

The greater exposure and the more open our 'bubble' comes, the more concerns we might have which can lead to increased anxiety. Learning to relax is likely to have a significant positive impact on your emotional and physical health.

The Better mental health app is designed to calm those feelings of anxiety and encourage you to live more positively. It has an intuitive and simple interface, instilling a sense of calm simply through interaction. Created by leading consultant psychotherapist John Halker and experienced marketer Peter Grange, it allows you to “check in” on your current state of mental health, offering tools to calm anxiety and improve mental wellbeing.

The Better app includes an emotional needs check, encourages talking and exercise, promotes calm through simple breathing exercises, and offers the ability to connect with therapists. With subscription, there’s weekly ‘Life made better’ and ‘Better sleep’ audios from leading British mental health experts.

‘There are clear and proven benefits for the user - better sleep, emotional health, deeper understanding of human needs, better physical wellbeing - in brief, how to design and build a better life,’ said Mr Halker.

Download the Better app from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.

Win a £10,000 Northern Lights holiday!

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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.

Download the Better app and sign up to a paid plan now to enter the competition.

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