⏰ Time to make yourself your priority 😇 during this Mental Health Awareness Week 💜

Are you aged 16-30? Are you at school, university or working? Do you feel worried, stressed or anxious? Perhaps you are feeling lonely and don’t want to tell anyone yet. This week as we raise awareness of mental health we invite you to recognise the symptoms and try a new way to do something about … Continue reading ⏰ Time to make yourself your priority 😇 during this Mental Health Awareness Week 💜

How regular physical exercise reduces stress and anxiety

Your parents said it, your teachers said it, your athletic friends preached it and yes, you’ve heard it over and over: Physical exercise is good for combatting your stress and anxiety.  But wait, why? Isn’t life busy enough and doesn’t our daily grind make us sweat and rush sufficiently? Benefits of exercise – a bag … Continue reading How regular physical exercise reduces stress and anxiety

Working at Earkick = New Work Culture

Create Tremendous Impact! We’re tackling a global crisis and addressing a massive market. We’re going after mental health, which is at the core of every good life, concerning all eight billions of us. Measuring mental health is the one missing piece to create a mentally healthier planet. At Earkick we tackle this challenge in order to empower everyone … Continue reading Working at Earkick = New Work Culture

Earkick –The Effortless Anxiety Tracker — is now in the AppStore

We’ve got great news for you today. After over 6 months in our labs, our app is now available for download! We took great care to create something valuable and beautiful that is completely anonymous and easy to use. Everything is done with only a few taps We designed the app the way that it takes … Continue reading Earkick –The Effortless Anxiety Tracker — is now in the AppStore

All 8 billions of Us Have Mental Health

And Covid19 has made it obvious. Many of us grew up believing that ‘mental health’ was something that concerned “the others”: People suffering from psychological disorders such as phobias, depression, schizophrenia or bi-polar. We thought mental health issues required long therapies behind closed doors, in a clinic for psychiatry, where other people who behaved in similarly weird … Continue reading All 8 billions of Us Have Mental Health