Making The Impossible Possible Did you ever rise above yourself because people told you that something is impossible to achieve? Well, at Earkick we decided to address a massive problem that is at the core of improving mental health at scale: Measuring mental health in real time. The challenge gave us wings and within less … Continue reading Tech Leadership In Less Than One Year
We’ve just updated Earkick. You can now personalize the log view and the things you want to log. In the log view you can choose between list- and the new calendar-view. With the calendar view you have a better overview over your mental health on a monthly basis. Press the icon on top as indicated … Continue reading Calendar View And Personalized Tracking
We are proud to announce that Earkick Co-founder and international Computer Vision and AI pioneer Dr. Herbert Bay has been appointed as one of the Digital Shapers 2022 of the category “AI Masters”. Each year a committee selects 10 individuals as AI Masters who are masterminds revolutionizing AI or impacting the world with their innovations … Continue reading Dr. Herbert Bay Awarded Digital Shaper 2022 By Bilanz
Expert Interview with Journalist & Editor in Mental Health Davia Sills: Why creative expression, high productivity and good mental health require intentional breaks. How journaling can become your super power and how social media can be navigated safely. Find the video interview and the full transcript below! K: Welcome, Davia. I’m so excited to have … Continue reading Learn To Do Nothing!
Katrina “Kat” Zara (she/they) is a 21 year old mental health and disability rights advocate from California. A passionate singer, writer, and creator, she loves to empower others. Her work is focused on finding connection, healing, body image, introspection and fully living in your truth. With a successful degree in psychology from the University of … Continue reading Mental Health Advocate Becomes The First Earkick Ambassador
NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness in the USA, published a heart-rending story by our very own Ella about her panic attacks which started when she was nine years old. Ella describes how she learnt to navigate her challenges over the last 5 years and shares advice to her younger self (and others.) Ella … Continue reading NAMI Publishes Ella’s Story ‘Growing Up With Panic Attacks’
June is PRIDE month. Across the world rainbow flags, parades and celebrations recognise LGBTQ+ communities. We hope 2022 is a more positive place and one which is far more inclusive than years gone by. Yet, there is much work to do to reduce stigma, prejudices and to enable diversity. One person making a significant impact … Continue reading Taking Pride In Your Mental Health With Andee Chua
With headlines about droughts, wildfires, floods and increasingly extreme weather events, its easy to understand why we have experienced a spike in anxiety stimulated by concerns for the planet.
The good nes is that there are solutions for eco-anxiety: be positive and increase resilience, such as getting yourself houseplants, going meat-free for stretches of time, walk & cycle instead of driving the car, learn to calm
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I know what you’re thinking… really? When most of us search for help regarding anxiety we are met with thousands of links about anxiety disorder, symptoms, medication and panic attacks. So what possible benefits can having anxiety give us? Hear me out. If you know you experience anxiety, that is a great step towards managing … Continue reading 3 Reasons Why Anxiety Is Good 👀
8 yummy snacks to reduce stress and anxiety Food can have a huge impact on how you feel in body and mind. Next to me-time, breathwork, therapy, good sleep, drinking enough water and exercise, you can turn to small changes in nutrition. For anxiety warriors like blogger Serena, it has made all the difference. The … Continue reading Good Food, Good Mood!