Key Details of Medito

  • Meditation and Sleep.
  • Last updated on June 15, 2024
  • There have been 8 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)

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Developer's Description

Meditation and Sleep.

The meditation app that will always remain 100% free.

Guided and non-guided meditations from the Medito Foundation and other organisations such as UCLA, Dhamma talks, and Audio Dharma. All of this is based on ancient and more recent meditation techniques.

Discover and learn the life-changing benefits of meditation in just a few minutes per day with Medito, all for free, forever.

Find hundreds of hours of content on mental health and wellbeing, with different voices and lengths to fit your needs.

Everything is designed to help you be less anxious, stress less, sleep better and live a happier and healthier life. From the design to the content, we have built the Medito app for people, not for profit.

About Medito Foundation

We are Medito Foundation. We are a non-profit organisation, and we believe meditation can positively transform our lives. No one should have to pay for it. We are dedicated to helping people cope better with depression, stress, anxiety, and any other negative state of mind.

Practising meditation can help reduce anxiety and stress as well as improve attention, sleep and general well-being. We are committed to providing a free meditation app because meditation should not be behind a paywall.

What is the Medito app?

As mentioned above, mindfulness can help reduce anxiety & stress, enhance cognition, attention & memory, improve sleep, improve general wellbeing, and a lot more.

You can harness these benefits using the simple practice of meditation.

We are building an app for people who want to learn how to be more mindful or to deepen their meditation practice. You can learn how to meditate, discover different meditation techniques such as loving-kindness meditation, mantra meditation, mindfulness of breathing meditation and walking meditation.

What about sleep?

Sleep plays a vital role in good health and well-being throughout your life. Getting enough quality sleep at the right times can help protect your mental health, physical health, quality of life, and safety. We are frequently adding sleep content in the Medito app to help you (hopefully) sleep better and have a more restful sleep.

For now, you can discover techniques to help you fall asleep and sleep better, such as Progressive muscle relaxation, mindful breathing, visualisation, and body scan meditation. Soon we'll be adding free sleep sounds, free sleep stories, and more free sleep meditations to help you improve your sleep! Yes, all for free, forever.

Medito covers a wide variety of meditation content, including:

- A beginner course

This beginner course will give you a good basis for developing a regular meditation routine. You will find plenty of guidance, and we will introduce a few philosophical concepts to help you deepen your practice.

- Intermediate course

Similar to the beginner meditation course, with less guidance and more philosophical concepts, it will help you get deeper into meditation and improve your wellbeing.

- Daily meditations

- Body scan meditations

- Sleep meditations

- Mantra meditations

- Loving-kindness meditations

- Breathing exercises

- Meditation timer

-Stress and Anxiety pack

This pack is designed to help you manage stress and anxiety. Mindfulness meditation can help us deal with these negative emotions by transforming the way we experience them, diminishing their power over us. In this pack we'll introduce the "labelling" technique, to help us become more mindful of our thoughts and feelings.

Coming soon

- Walking meditations

- Meditating with great thinkers

- A compassion course

- Sleep stories

- Sleep sounds

- More voices

- Relaxing sounds

- Relaxing music

- Streak counter (done!)

- Offline mode

- More meditation duration options

All for free! Medito is built for people, not for profit.

If you have any questions, please send an email, or via twitter @meditoHQ.

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