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5 European Mental-Health Startups that want you to feel better!

Throughout the world, and particularly in developed countries, mental health applications are becoming more and more numerous. Indeed, faced with the lack of medical staff, these applications are an intermediate solution.

Quick to download, easy to use, and at a lower cost, mental health applications help you get better wherever you are.

In the midst of all these applications, we have chosen to present 5 apps that could improve your mental health.

1. Reflectly

Created by James, in Copenhagen (Denmark), Reflectly is the first virtual newspaper in the world to use artificial intelligence. Indeed, this intelligent application aims to help each person in his daily life. With Reflectly, you can free yourself from your thoughts, and feel better mentally.

Rated 5 ⭐️ by its users, the application is a great success. The positive reviews don't stop: "Reflectly has changed my life" or even "I can express myself freely and I feel better". Users highlight the fact that keeping a journal makes them feel more relaxed. They can free their words, and thanks to the AI, users feel heard. Reflectly has become like a "companion", always with you through all your emotions.

Do you also feel the need to express yourself? Download Reflectly, the world's first digital diary.

2. WeFight

Founded by Benoit and Pierre, WeFight is a french startup that offers a chatbot based on artificial intelligence. After studying pharmacy, developing applications and working as a product manager, Benoit decided to start an entrepreneurial venture by creating WeFight with his engineer friend, Pierre. They created Vik, a virtual companion developed on the B2B2C model.

Who is Vik?

Based on AI, Vik is a chatbot that helps people suffering from chronic mental illnesses, 7 days a week and 24 hours a day. Since 2019, Vik is developed for several diseases such as "Vik depression", "Vik migraine" and "Vik asthma".

This chatbot answers patients' questions about their illnesses or treatments but is also proactive in reminding the patient when to take their treatment.

Fight the loneliness of illness with Vik!

3. Shleep

Today, 1 in 3 people face sleep disorders. Indeed, the results of studies show that sleep is the main point to improve for employees. It is to help all people in this world, and after realizing that people in the business world are less productive, healthy, and happy due to a global sleep deprivation epidemic, that Els van der Helm and Jöran Albers created Shleep, in 2016.

How is it working ?

Dr. Els van der Helm, a sleep expert, has surrounded herself with the best scientists professionalized in sleep disorders in order to be able to best help each person. Designed on a B2B model, Shleep is there to help companies invest more for their employees. Shleep is a sleep coaching platform, which is already being used by high profile clients including The Huffington Post, Deloitte, and Spotify to help their employees get enough rest.

The results are striking, the startup announced that thanks to Shleep, more than 50% of users experience a decrease in sleep disorders and 25% say they are much more productive since using Shleep.

4. PrimedMind

PrimedMind is a mental coaching application. To do this, the application combines three main concepts. Namely, meditation, lifestyle coaching and .

Firstly, meditation techniques will help you reduce anxiety and stress while learning to live in the present.

Hypnotherapy is there to help you move forward despite the obstacles. No more blockages from the past, learn to free yourself thanks to hypnotherapy techniques.

The application also allows you to be in contact with Elliot Roe, a renowned mental coach. Indeed, Elliot has helped many top athletes, professional poker players and even CEOs, to reach their highest level of success.

With PrimedMind, you think about yourself and you can manage your emotions and your blocks !

5. Minplan

Founded by Thomas Hammer-Jakobsen, Minplan is a digital self-help tool, which helps you managing severe mental crisis. For example, people who have attempted suicide are at much higher risk for repeated suicidal behavior. Minplan was therefore created to be a self-help tool for managing a suicidal crisis. The application has been developed with researchers, people with suicidal ideation, relatives and clinical staff, to best target the needs of each.

The application consists of "blank spaces" where the user enters information about his or her own suicidal crisis "symptoms", which can be combined with individualized solutions to address them. The app also includes direct links to selected contacts, hotlines and map directions to the nearest emergency room. Minplan, which is also available in Norwegian, has been tested by users and clinical staff, who are only positive about it.

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