The best apps and podcasts when you're feeling stressed
Posted by Adam Meads, Aug 06, 2020
There’s something quite reassuring about an access to an app, which you can instantly open when you need it. Or, the soothing meditative feels of listening to a podcast (in the bath, in bed, in the garden) - usually when we are still, right?
In a recent NEOM poll to over 2,000 people, over half of people said they felt their wellbeing has taken a dip since earlier in the year, with 52 per cent saying they were more anxious. So we have put together a self care, anxiety lifting, feel good list of apps and podcasts that we are loving and might just help you de-stress and relieve anxiety or give you some easy tips to improve your wellbeing.
Full of tips from psychologists, neuroscientists, nutritionists, storytellers, buddhists, MD’s, Sleep experts and more giving you advice for the perfect night’s sleep to finding calm despite circumstances. It focuses on hearing from people where meditation has really changed their lives.
Oprah Winfrey interviews thought leaders, authors and health and wellbeing experts all designed to help you feel good.
With GP Dr Rangan Chatterjee and author of The 4 Pillar Plan’ – Feel Better, Live More aims to inspire, empower and transform the way we feel. There are stories from health experts giving tips and tricks to help you eat, sleep, move and relax.
With author of the Anxiety Solution Chloe Brotheridge. A podcast with coping strategies all designed to help you with anxiety, help you become calmer and happier.
A podcast dedicated to helping anxiety, hosted by Gina Ryan - an Anxiety Coach and Nutritionist. From sharing tips for relaxing to sharing lifestyle changes to calm your nervous system and help you with anxiety this Podcast
We Bring you 2 episodes every week. There is no need to walk this path alone. Join us for a relaxing, informative and inspiring time and start your journey out of anxiety-panic!
The brilliant one we all know and love from Fearne Cotton. Focused on sharing the secrets to Happiness with some fab guests like Joe Wicks and Ellie Goulding.
The Therapy Edit
Brought to you by a Psychotherapist and mum of 3, Anna Mathur. Lots Find useful tips for mental wellbeing to help you feel calm as well as challenge, encourage and equip you.
Bitesize episodes include ‘Five tips for anxiety’ to ‘thriving through change’.
NEOM No B.S. Guide to Wellbeing
Brought to you by NEOM’s very own founder Nicola who herself set up NEOM due to her feeling the effects of modern life and feeling anxious. The NEOM No B.S. Guide To Wellbeing is your down to earth guide to feeling good. Former journalist Nicola Elliott speaks to a host of inspiring women about everything from how to improve your sleep, to energy, positivity and stress levels.