track your mood
understand your feelings
Are you going through a tough period in your life? Maybe you’re anxious, depressed or you just split with your significant other? Have you been advised to journal, but don’t know where to start?
Moodimo is a new app to overcome anxiety and depression, which can help you take stock of your emotions and help you to feel happier. It goes much further than a simple gratitude journal, offering an opportunity to think and reflect on a range of different feelings.
Choose to keep your thoughts private or announce them to the world and receive peer support from the Moodimo community.
Track your feelings and let Moodimo’s behind-the-scenes wizardry make sense of the patterns behind your thoughts so you can reflect, acknowledge and move on in a healthy way. Use the app to find your triggers and recognise individual factors affecting your moods.
If you feel that you need a little more help, there’s also an option to connect with a psychologist - with clear, transparent reviews and pricing to give you the confidence to pick a doctor who is the right fit for you and your needs.
Start off by creating your unique profile to keep access to all your data.
Simply pick how you feel from a range of different emotions (e.g. upset, great), add a note and hashtags to describe your mood, and then decide if you want to make it public or keep it private.
Public moments are shared with a supportive community, who can celebrate or commiserate with you. Users can add comments and like your posts, and responses can be voted ‘up’ or ‘down’ on their helpfulness, earning karma points. The community is moderated to safeguard users.
If you choose to connect with a psychologist, they will have access to your entries and will connect with you via in-app messages.
Track your moods. This is the really clever bit. Moodimo’s algorithms calculate your average mood and offer analysis of your diary entries. You can compare your moods with other users (is there something “in the air” that particular day?!)
See how you’ve been describing your moods (with a choice of timeframes). This can help you identify any triggers such as interactions with particular people, places or situations to enable you to manage your feelings better.
Moodimo is currently in development and will be released as a private beta to the subscribers in the coming months.
If you want to be the first to use the app for free, sign up here:
Moodimo is the brainchild of Houman Khorasani, a developer who has worked for Google and latterly as a Solution Architect in pharmaceuticals to find ways to speed up clinical trials.
He has always dreamed about creating something which will make a difference to the millions of people who have issues with their mental health, offering a means of connection, solace and empowerment.