Enjo helps you do quick mindful reflections on what you’re grateful for, meaningful family moments and what your close ones mean to you. Enjo helps you in three ways:
When you’re caught up in the busy, stressful life of being a parent, Enjo can help! By talking to Enjo for just a couple of minutes, you’ll be able to appreciate the good things in your life and reduce your stress.
Enjo is the opposite of social media – something deeply personal and that is only done for your own wellbeing. Try switching a few minutes of mindless scrolling in social media for mindful reflections with Enjo.
Mindful reflection is a new way to cope with stress and improve your mental wellness. It’s a simple habit that only takes a minute of your day. A scientific study has shown that making mindful reflections regularly for two weeks reduces stress.
Psychological research has shown that regularly reflecting on what you are grateful for can have a great impact on your emotional well-being.
A pilot study on Enjo’s predecessor has an academic study, published in a leading scientific journal. It showed that chatting with our app on a regular basis for only 14 days decreased stress and increased mental wellbeing significantly compared to a control group. Read more.
After talking to Enjo for a week,of our users report that they start seeing their lives in a more positive way.
How can we make sure technology has a positive impact on our mental-well being? We believe the biggest opportunity lies in inventing new, healthy digital habits. Guided mindful reflection is our contribution. Enjo makes it super simple for you to reflect on the meaningful things in your life – and uses your reflections to support you when you're down. Learn how it works.
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