The Life-changing Impact of Mental Health Trackers

Volume: 10 | Issue: 01 | Year 2024 | Subscription
International Journal of Software Computing and Testing
Received Date: 05/06/2024
Acceptance Date: 05/27/2024
Published On: 2024-05-29
First Page: 29
Last Page: 33

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By: Anshul Sharma, Chandan Jangir, Deepak Tiwari, and Rohit Singh Rajput


This study explores the revolutionary potential of mental health trackers, which are cutting-edge digital technologies that have become essential in tackling the many issues surrounding psychological well-being in modern times. This study article delves into the various typologies and technological breakthroughs of mental health trackers, emphasizing their ability to empower people from all walks of life to actively monitor and nurture their mental health. The research results emphasize how mental health trackers might be used for purposes beyond the purview of conventional mental health services. These technologies allow users to learn vital self-knowledge by giving individualized insights and adjustable features, revealing trends in their emotional states, stress levels, and cognitive function. Additionally, the study explores how mental health monitors have the potential to revolutionize the field of mental health treatment today. These new solutions have the potential to improve early intervention and prevention, increase accessibility and inclusion, and cultivate a more compassionate and comprehensive approach to psychological well-being. As a result, this study sheds light on the tremendous importance of mental health trackers in guiding a future in which mental health is a critical pillar of our collective well-being.

Keywords: Health trackers, mental health, machine learning (ML), artificial intelligence (AI), self-awareness



How to cite this article: Anshul Sharma, Chandan Jangir, Deepak Tiwari, and Rohit Singh Rajput, The Life-changing Impact of Mental Health Trackers. International Journal of Software Computing and Testing. 2024; 10(01): 29-33p.

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