FITNESS FOR YOUR MENTAL HEALTH
Tools, Goals & Insights
Reduce stress and build up the fitness of your mental health.
"This app has changed my life! It has so many features and keeps me constantly in check with my mental health."
"Game changer. This app is fantastic...
I feel much more in control of things rather than things controlling me. Thank you!"
WAYS TO USE MOODFIT
Moodfit provides the most comprehensive set of customizable tools and insights to help you learn what works best for you.
DAILY GOALS & SELF CARE
A set of customized daily goals provides the basis for your daily mental health workout. These goals keep you on track with important self-care practices and help build new skills and ways of thinking.
Keeping a mood journal helps you get out of autopilot and in touch with what you're thinking and feeling. Regularly checking in with yourself can help you gain awareness, which has been shown to be helpful in improving mood.
Our brains are wired to more easily identify life's negatives. Keeping a gratitude journal has been shown to be effective in changing this balance to help you more easily see life's positives.
COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY
Everyone's thinking gets distorted from time to time by common traps like overgeneralizing, personalizing and all or nothing thinking. We'll help you identify these distortions and process them to see events more clearly.
Take standardized, mental health assessments like PHQ-9 and GAD-7. Track and analyze your scores over time. Share with a healthcare provider or therapist.
Mindfulness meditation doesn't have to be mysterious and frustrating. We'll help you right from the start to get the basic concepts. Did you know that the goal of meditation is not to have your mind be blank?
Shallow, upper chest breathing is part of the typical stress response. In comparison, slow abdominal breathing helps to control the nervous system and encourages the body to relax. It's a fast and effective way to deal with your present stress.
SLEEP & LIFESTYLE
Track, learn about and increase awareness of key lifestyle variables like sleep, nutrition, exercise and socializing, and see how they are affecting your mood.
Use Moodfit as a companion to working with a therapist or coach. You can share with them your mood charts and other variables to help them better understand how you're doing between appointments. It helps them help you. Info for therapists
Mood-related medications can take time to work and can be challenging to understand their effects and potential side-effects. Track what you take and learn which medications may be helping your mood. Share your medication log with your prescriber to help them help you. Info for psychiatrists & physicians
REMINDERS / NOTIFICATIONS
Reminders reinforce helpful messages. They show up in-app and as notifications. We give you reminder themes to choose from like calming, gratitude, mindfulness, motivation, movement and more. You an also create your own custom reminders.
CUSTOM ACTIVITY TRACKING
Mood is a very personal matter. We all have specific people, places and events in our lives that can affect our mood. Create and track your own custom variables and see which actually affect your mood.
Analyze your data from many views to answer questions like what are your best days of the week, what happens when you go to bed an hour earlier or are better hydrated. Now you can find out.
Get weekly and monthly reports that summarize your activities and identify patterns. Did you exercise more this month and were you good about socializing with friends?
WHAT OUR USERS SAY
"This is the most amazing App. I like it because it shows me how I feel. My favorite section is the weekly review because I can read what I did that week and think about it if my mood was the right action for the situation. Absolutely, love this App. It is great."
- user PrincesseQD
OUR BELIEFS ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH
There isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution to good mental health. Trying different tools and measuring your results is important to understanding what works for you.
Good mental health isn't just the absence of a clinical mental illness. Instead good mental health is about thriving and it affects everyone.
There are many parallels between working toward physical fitness and the fitness of your mental health like putting in consistent effort and measuring and celebrating your progress.