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Addiction trapped you in its grips for far too long and you’re ready to combat this problem head-on. Thankfully, a large number of sobriety apps are available that can help you stay sober and maintain a drug-free lifestyle. These apps include the following seven tools, each of which serves a slightly different goal. Whether you need motivation, insight from AA, or dietary advice, these apps have you covered.

1. Sober Grid

Sober Grid is a sobriety application that allows you to create unique online profiles to meet people who are also going through rehab. One of the nice things about this app is that you can use it anonymously to avoid embarrassment or revealing too much about yourself. You can also hook up to your Facebook account to meet people near you.

Sober Grid also includes a simple virtual journal that allows you to keep track of your moods and your triggers throughout the months and years of your recovery. And the GPS locator can help you find people near you who also have the app and who can help you get through life in sobriety.

2. AA Big Book

The Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book provides people in rehab with a useful tool for focusing on their sobriety and healthiness without worrying about excessive personal struggles. The sobriety calculator is a particularly nice addition as it lets you track how many days, hours, and minutes you have been sober.

Podcasts, prayers, and personal stories all help to make this a great app if you’re always on the go and need a pick-me-up during tough times. The podcasts are particularly significant because they utilize a variety of friendly advice from people who experienced the same issues as you.

3. Headspace

Addiction is just as much a mental health problem as it is a physical one. And this meditation app helps you keep track of your anxiety and depression and manage them in healing ways. Choose from one of the hundreds of available sessions to manage your stress and improve your feelings of positivity.

Free users get access to a limited number of meditations, though, so you may need to consider a subscription. These typically range from month-to-month to year-based rates that come with a discount. However, you can also purchase a one-time lifetime subscription to the service as well.

4. Nomo – Sobriety Clocks

Time is something that weighs heavily on a person in recovery and, early on, you’re going to suffer from a variety of abuse triggers that can be hard to manage without help. Thankfully, Nomo provides a useful tool that makes your treatment more comfortable. It utilizes a clock that helps you track essential moments in your life in sobriety.

For example, you can track emotional times that are difficult for you and which could cause a relapse, such as a holiday season or specific times of the day. A section for encouragement also helps you to feel better about your care and gives you the chance to beat your addiction for good.

5. Lose It!

People often lose track of their health while suffering from an addiction and may eat little to no food. Thankfully, this simple app can help you overcome this problem. It provides you with a variety of healthy recipes that can rebuild your nutritional level and get you back into shape.

Just as importantly, this application also has exercise challenges that you can use to rebuild your physical and emotional strength. Exercises such as these often help to distract the mind and help you recover from emotionally-difficult moments in life.

6. Pear reSET

Pear Therapeutics designed this unique application, which is one of the best of its kind. Currently, it is the only mobile application to get approval from the FDA for treating substance abuse disorders. You will need a prescription from a doctor to download this app, though, so make sure to do so before beginning.

This application includes a unique 12-week program designed specifically for your rehab. You’ll go through weekly check-ins, complete a variety of lessons, take quizzes, and learn more about why you abuse substances. A study of this program found that people who used it were more than twice as likely to stay sober than those who did not.

7. 24 Hours a Day

Addiction recovery is a 24/7 journey that lasts you the rest of your life. You’re likely to feel an impulse to use nearly every day, which is why this application is so useful. Based on a best-selling book, it comes with 366 different daily medications that can keep your mind off of drugs and on your care.

Other benefits include daily motivational messages that you can focus on to boost your chances of treatment success. And since apps like these only work if you stay focused on using them every day, download a few today and start your new life in sobriety. If you are struggling with alcohol and/or drug addiction, reach out to a professional. Contact us here at Principles Recovery Center today!

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