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10 Health Apps That Will Transform Your Mind And Body

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In recent years, we’ve finally come to the understanding that mental health is just as important as physical health. It’s critical to take care of your psychological well-being in addition to your body. Both of these things, however, are easier said than done. That’s where these apps come in. We’ve rounded up the best health apps for everything, including meditation, kick-your-butt workouts and improving your eating habits.

Here, nine health apps that will help you live your best life.

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YogaGlo

The cost: $18/month

favorite of Jessica Biel, this app allows you to stream 11 different kinds of yoga while you're on the go. The app also offers meditation. They just launched a new course called Women's Moon Circle, which helps you connect with the lunar cycle and your inner goddess. (Into it.)

Download it here.

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Ab Fit App

The cost: Varies.

This app, from Revenge Body trainer Ashley Borden, features different fitness programs you can do with basic equipment. It currently features a 12-week transformation program (as seen on Revenge Body) and a six-week weight- loss program inspired by her client and Shahs Of Sunset star Reza Farahan.

Download the app here.

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Obé

The cost: $27/month

Obé (pronounced obey), offers live streams of workouts from top trainers in New York. You can also sign up for the classes, much like you would for a boutique studio, and it creates a calendar reminder. The philosophy behind these two things: It creates a sense of accountability and community. Plus, all the workouts can all be done sans equipment. The online version is available now; the app launches later this month.

Download it here.

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Shine

The cost: Free

Celeb fans of this self-care app include Kristen Bell and Lilly Singh. Once you sign up online the Shine team will text you daily tips, articles and motivations to improve your happiness, mental wellness and productivity. The app also features meditations.

Download it here.

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Headspace

The cost: $12.99/month billed monthly; $7.99/month billed yearly; $399.99 lifetime membership

Headspace is basically the OG meditation app. It has hundreds of different meditations to choose from, including targeted meditations to help you sleep or de-stress.

Download it here.

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MyFitnessPal

The cost: Free (with option to purchase premium)

This app is an oldie but a goodie. It has an easy to navigate system that helps you track your food, exercise and water intake. You can create customizable goals, and a wide variety of foods are already in the app's database—meaning you spend less time trying to figure out how much protein is in 4 ounces of chicken.

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Daylio

The cost: Free

This app makes journaling a breeze. It helps you track your mood and the activities you did during the day by way of personalized icons. What makes it unique is that, while you can add notes if you would like, there's virtually no typing required. You simply select icons.

Overall, it's super easy way to track your mood and create healthier habits for yourself.

Download it here.

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Nike Training Club

The cost: Free

This app features 100+ workouts from top Nike trainers and athletes. Audio and video clips ensure that you do the movements correctly, and a range of workout lengths helps you fit exercise into your busy schedule. It also creates a personalized training plan for you—basically, it's your very own personal trainer, minus the cost.

Download it here.

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Ada

The cost: Free

No more searching WebMD for your symptoms. This app was created by doctors and scientists, and it's an AI-powered health platform. Basically, that means Ada can give you an assessment report based on your answers to physical, behavioral and emotional questions. It's dynamic, which means that it adapts as you answer the most relevant questions.

Download it here.

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Reme

The cost: Free to download; services vary in price

On-demand custom massages, stretching and reiki are made possible with this app. The experts will travel to your home, office, hotel, yacht (hey, we can dream).

Currently it's only offered in Southern California.

Download it here.