Treating addiction with VR (Limbix)

see more - limbix.com 

Treating height phobia with VR (Limbix)

A Limbix product tested and reviewed by VICE.

Meditation apps

InsightTimer

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The meditation app I've been using for a couple of years now. Get daily new guided meditations. Build up your community.

H E A D S P A C E

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Andy's (Puddicombe) wonderful voice leads you through various meditation sessions. THE 'classic' among the many meditation apps. 

Mindfulness Bell

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The sound of a bell - reminding you of this particular moment. Adjustable to your preferences.

Treating/reducing anxiety: Celeste (video game)

one way to treat/help reduce feelings of anxiety (thanks William for this game link info - and review)


Nature Pod - bring nature into your office

"NaturePod™ is a revolutionary new way to deliver nature to the workplace. Its proprietary technology uses Natural Resonance Imaging (NRI) to recreate the diverse restorative and physical health gains of spending time in nature through scientifically curated imagery."
see more https://www.treehugger.com/sustainable-product-design/get-your-hit-nature-inside-your-home-or-office-naturepod.html

"Depressed and Anxious? These Video Games Want to Help"

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"In the coming adventure video game Sea of Solitude, the main character — a young woman named Kay — navigates a partly submerged city as she faces a multitude of red-eyed scaly creatures.

None are as terrifying as her own personal demons. As the game progresses, Kay realizes the creatures she is encountering are humans who turned into monsters when they became too lonely. To save herself, she fights to overcome her own loneliness.

Kay was modeled after the game’s creative director, Cornelia Geppert of Jo-Mei Games, an independent game studio, who struggled after a 2013 breakup. “I felt like I was trapped in a cage,” Ms. Geppert, 37, said of her experience.

Sea of Solitude, which Electronic Arts will publish this year, is among a growing number of video games that are tackling mental health issues."


https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/24/technology/personaltech/depression-anxiety-video-games.html?fbclid=IwAR2pLXPKEf1ba71OeGQCNR6Hz_wT87csg1dHbLMJCvdBu8J0OcovFOloqa8