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Popular resources for managing a low mood

From meditation and mood tracking to CBT-based approaches, browse these popular tools and discover what works for you.

#1

Be Mindful

Be Mindful

Benefits:

  • Free for Londoners - exclusive offer 
  • Evidence-based
  • Beginner-friendly
  • You receive detailed feedback on your progress
  • Includes downloadable meditation tracks

#2

Happify

Happify

An app with simple exercises and games to get you feeling happier by practicing the key principles of relaxation, gratitude, kindness and positivity. 

Benefits:

  • Free version available
  • Evidence-based 
  • Customisable to your individual needs

#3

MoodKit

MoodKit

A mood improvement app designed to help you practice mood-enhancing activities, identify and change unhealthy thinking, and track your mood over time. 

Benefits:

  • Evidence-based
  • Built-in reminders keep you on track
  • Content is clearly categorised and easy to navigate 

#4

YouTube – Yoga with Adriene

YouTube – Yoga with Adriene

A popular YouTube channel offering a range of guided yoga and meditation practices, focusing on mental and emotional wellbeing as well as physical exercise.

Benefits:

  • Free
  • There's something for all abilities (beginner to expert)
  • Subtitles
  • Videos range from 5 to 45 minutes
  • The videos are a good alternative to public classes

#5

My Gratitude Journal

My Gratitude Journal

An app that lets you record the day's best moments in a private journal with pictures and text, designed to help you practice gratitude and positivity even on the bad days. 

Benefits:

  • Requires only 5 minutes a day
  • Daily reminders keep you on track
  • You can add images to your entries and easily view them in the calendar

#1

Be Mindful

Be Mindful

Benefits:

  • Free for Londoners - exclusive offer 
  • Evidence-based
  • Beginner-friendly
  • You receive detailed feedback on your progress
  • Includes downloadable meditation tracks

#2

Happify

Happify

An app with simple exercises and games to get you feeling happier by practicing the key principles of relaxation, gratitude, kindness and positivity. 

Benefits:

  • Free version available
  • Evidence-based 
  • Customisable to your individual needs

#3

MoodKit

MoodKit

A mood improvement app designed to help you practice mood-enhancing activities, identify and change unhealthy thinking, and track your mood over time. 

Benefits:

  • Evidence-based
  • Built-in reminders keep you on track
  • Content is clearly categorised and easy to navigate 

#4

YouTube – Yoga with Adriene

YouTube – Yoga with Adriene

A popular YouTube channel offering a range of guided yoga and meditation practices, focusing on mental and emotional wellbeing as well as physical exercise.

Benefits:

  • Free
  • There's something for all abilities (beginner to expert)
  • Subtitles
  • Videos range from 5 to 45 minutes
  • The videos are a good alternative to public classes

#5

My Gratitude Journal

My Gratitude Journal

An app that lets you record the day's best moments in a private journal with pictures and text, designed to help you practice gratitude and positivity even on the bad days. 

Benefits:

  • Requires only 5 minutes a day
  • Daily reminders keep you on track
  • You can add images to your entries and easily view them in the calendar