The Mental Health Foundation tells us that around one in ten of us growing up in the UK are affected by mental health problems of some kind. This is something that needs to change.

For every 10 Moodbeam One wearables purchased through the website we will set one aside for someone who needs one but doesn’t have access to one...

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By Christina on 14th of Feb 2019

When Christina discovered her daughter was desperately unhappy at school she decided to do something about it. She created a tool to allow feelings to be logged, so that you could get to see how something made you feel, and talk about it.

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By Christina on 31st of Jan 2019

Moodbeam has been named, by @insideryorks magazine, as one of its most exciting companies in 2019!

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By Christina on 18th of Jan 2019

Known as the most depressing day of the year by launching the sale of its first wearable for the mind, Moodbeam One.

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By Christina on 22nd of Jul 2018

I don't know about you, but when things happen that are expected but not necessarily wished for, I tend to say 'It's the end of an era, but that's progress'. But what does "It's the end of an era" really mean?

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By Christina on 22nd of Jul 2018

We've been on quite a journey at Moodbeam since one of our co-founders came up with the idea to create something that allowed us to see how we feel, at the touch of a button.

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By Christina on 22nd of Jul 2018

According to some estimates, up to 70% of successful people have experienced impostor syndrome, including Maya Angelou, Albert Einstein, and Meryl Streep. Unlike other forms of anxiety that sap confidence, the syndrome’s insidious nature means that external success heightens rather than soothes the effects, as sufferers believe they are only ramping up the confidence trick they are playing on everyone (Guardian Online, September '17).

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By Christina on 22nd of Jul 2018

"Social isolation is a state of complete or near-complete lack of contact between an individual and society. It differs from loneliness, which reflects a temporary lack of contact with other humans. Social isolation can be an issue for individuals of any age, though symptoms may differ by age group." Wikipedia

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By Christina on 20th of Jul 2018

Moodbeam is delighted to announce the appointment of a non-executive Medical and Scientific director to the board in the form of Dr. Bruce Charlesworth.

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Keeping safe during the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic

25th March 2020

2020 has already proven to be a year of extremes, and no more so than now as we face the challenges and changes being made in our personal and daily lives because of the Covid-19 Coronavirus.

We encourage you to follow current Central Government and Public Health England guidelines at all times. For the moment that means ‘Stay Home, Save Lives’, but we know that many of you will be worried about your own situation, or that of loved ones, and this is where we can help.

Moodbeam One is a simple to use wearable device designed to allow individuals of all ages to not only make sense of how they're feeling but also has the unique feature of being able to share how they are feeling with someone else.

Being able to look at and talk about the highs and lows with someone from afar is everything right now, so we’d encourage you to make Moodbeam a part of your daily lives so that you can equip you and your loved ones with the gift of care, connection and conversation.

Take care,
from everyone at Moodbeam.

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