Calm is an award-winning mindfulness app that’s available for iOS, Android, and desktop. Developed in 2012, Calm has over 100 million downloads and more than 700,000 5-star reviews featuring hundreds of calming exercises, helpful breathing techniques, and sleep stories narrated by popular celebrities.
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Only 31% of employees say their company has successfully addressed employee mental health, according to a PwC survey. Calm users practice mindfulness, sleep improvement techniques, tap into relaxation and meditation exercises.
The meditation section is organized into different categories, like Stress, Focus, Anxiety, and Relationships. Calm offers both guided and unguided meditations and the sessions can range anywhere from 3 to 30 minutes.
10% to 18% of adults in the general U.S. population exhibit chronic sleep problems, affecting psychological states and mental wellbeing. The Calm App offers sleep-themed guided meditations that help prepare the mind for bed and other methods to get a better night’s sleep.
The full catalog contains multi-day series that focus on specific goals (i.e., managing stress, focus, calming anxiety, sleep, happiness, gratitude, self-esteem). Calm has guided sessions (e.g., body scan, loving-kindness) from 3 to 30 minutes and unguided meditations, with new programs regularly being developed. The Calm smartphone app features customizable settings (e.g., background nature sounds and scenes), mindfulness reminders, session history, and FAQs. The app allows one-button access to breathing exercises, meditations, and sleep stories.
Scientific evidence supports the efficacy of mindfulness interventions to improve physical and mental health outcomes. Mindfulness-based approaches are being employed not only in clinical settings, but also in the workplace, schools, and the military.
Calm has the benefit of reaching hidden populations, low cost, portability, and convenience. One study showed reduced stress, anxiety, and depressive symptoms from an online mindfulness course.
Although Calm can be used in clinical settings as an adjunct to psychotherapy, it is appropriate as a stand-alone, self-help tool for the general population.
Calm may benefit individuals seeking to cope with daily stressors and find relaxation. Users will also appreciate the wide variety of mindfulness programs, such as forgiveness, commuting, walking meditations, and gratitude. The secular nature of Calm makes it accessible to a universal audience, especially those committed to initiating new meditation training or revitalizing their current practice.
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