Male focused Mental Health Help Platform Launched for iOS

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He Changed It has launched a digital mental health app supporting the mental, emotional, physical, social and soulful wellbeing of men looking to confide in like-minded individuals.

He Changed It, a digital mental health service, has launched a new mental health and wellness app for iOS aimed at supporting the mental, emotional, physical, social and soulful wellbeing of men. The app, he., offers a safe space for men to connect with others who have lived experience of mental health problems.

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Now available for download for iOS on the AppStore, the newly launched app has been developed as a way for men to connect with other like-minded males around the world experiencing similar struggles.

The team at He Changed It have undertaken extensive research into the top pain points that lead to tension, stress, anxiety and depression.

Evidence shows that societal expectations and traditional gender roles result in men being much less likely to discuss or seek help for their mental health problems. In an age of constant connectivity, the he. app allows men to chat virtually, and anonymously if desired, removing the social pressures of speaking up.

Providing insight and support for a range of mental health challenges, the he. app includes a range of health features including mental, physical, emotional, social and soul fitness.

Through a series of daily habit tips, the app guides users on how to unleash their full potential and achieve their desired physical health.

he. also shares insight on how to harness the power of the mind to achieve an optimal state of wellbeing. The app’s mental fitness programme helps users train their brain, through a flexible and balanced approach, to create a powerful mindset.

Importantly, the app provides the opportunity for men to meet new people, cultivate friendships and share experiences in a safe and structured environment.

Recently launched for iOS, visitors to the app are able to stream videos, view tips, participate in group chats and listen to the heCast podcast series where Mike Chisholm talks candidly about all pillars of men’s health.

A spokesperson for the company said: “I believe there is something beautiful being brought to life here with this app and I am ready to serve to help make it happen.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website and can download the app at