In the context of the pandemic, I am almost 100% sure that no one can deny having had episodes of stress and anxiety. With the accumulation of things that exist day after day, it is almost a necessity to resort to tools to relax even for a few minutes.
So, after trying and trying among many free applications with different relaxation modes, I have decided to recommend these 3 options for Android. Surely you can take advantage of any of them.
To summarize a large number of benefits of this free app we find more than 150 meditations in English and Spanish. What’s more, includes nature sounds, music and specialized programs in different areas: breathing, releasing stress, sleeping well, self-confidence, gratitude, and more.
If what you want is to take a quick meditation, there is an option that adapts to your need at the moment. As an additional point, it allows you to download audios to listen to them without an internet connection. So far, Meditopia has more than 10 million downloads and a rating of 4.6 out of 5 on Google Play.
Its 4.9 out of 5 rating speaks for itself about the great content it has for increasing productivity, managing stress, relieving anxiety, relaxing the mind, and more. Lojong has intuitive options so that any user can complete the different programs and levels of meditation.
Through the available presentations (both for free and in the Premium plan), you can relax as you learn about the importance of breathing and to find a balance in all the important areas of life. Statistics are also available to keep track within the app itself.
Serenity holds the award for the best meditation apps of 2020, so it wouldn’t hurt to give it a try to relax before bed, increase self-esteem, motivation, inspiration and productivity, among other things.
Guided meditations have prompts for developing skills, learning about mindfulness, and getting to know yourself better, which in these times of pandemic comes in handy.