Apps to Keep You Healthy during Self Isolation

Around the world, millions of people are in self-isolation. This is a time where individuals are required to stay in their homes or in a hotel. During this time, daily routines are being disrupted, gyms are closed, pubs are closed, and social interaction is kept to a minimum.

It is extremely important at this time that you keep active and keep your mind and soul nourished.

We are lucky to live in a time where technology is available to keep us entertained and accountable.

Here are some apps to keep you healthy during this difficult time.



There are over 2,000 meditation apps out there, but Headspace is one of the only ones committed to advancing the field of mindfulness meditation through clinically-validated research on our product.

They are also offering up free meditations specifically around stress in response to COVID-19.



Insight Timer

Insight Timer is a smartphone app and online community for meditation. The app features guided meditations, music and talks posted by contributing experts. The app offers more than 30 thousand free guided meditations.


Daily Burn

During the COVID-19 outbreak, they are offering everyone a 60-day free tidal. This app lets you access a library full of workouts with video guides to keep you moving.



Grokker delivers health engagement and employee wellbeing via HD video available anytime, anywhere, and on any device. Help yourself manage stress, stay connected and maintain their physical fitness with free access to our wellbeing solution during the COVID-19 crisis. Some of their programs include, better sleep, mobility and meditation.



Challenge your mind with this app. This online program consists of games claiming to improve memory, attention, flexibility, speed of processing, and problem solving.



Plan out your meals with Yummly for the ingredients you’ve got sitting in your pantry. Yummly is a mobile app and website that provides recipe recommendations personalised to the individual’s tastes.



With many library’s closed, don’t limit yourself to the books you have on your bookshelf. Overdrive partners with libraries across the country to offer electronic versions of books you can check out.


Use this time to focus on yourself and your wellbeing.

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