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Phone Apps Designed To Help Monitor Your Mental Health

prescription-drug-addiction-treatmentPhone technology has been advancing in many ways in recent years, where new apps are being created everyday to make life easier. But what about a new app that can help individuals monitor and manage serious mental health disorders such as PTSD, insomnia, anxiety and bipolar disorder? Well, that reality is finally here.

“WhatsmyM3” is a brand new app that provides a fast and easy-to-use diagnostic test to let people know whether or not they need to call a therapist. It’s a mood screen test created by a group of mental health experts, therapists and specialists in the field of treating mental health disorders.

The app also has additional features, such as: mental health resources, a history of the person’s previous test results, a 29-questionnaire to determine one’s mood and any signs/symptoms of problematic anxiety. The user can read their personal score and better understand his or her risk of suffering from depression, anxiety problems, PTSD and more. The best part is, the user is able to print or email these scores to a health care practitioner in order to take the next step in treating any potential mental health disorders.

Other apps like this one inclide Ginger.io and CBT- I Coach (designed mainly for Veterans). None of the apps are designed to conduct a real professional diagnosis, as only a medical professional can do that.

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