Mindlez: A Digital Lifeline for Mental Health

Mindlez: A Digital Lifeline for Mental Health

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental health condition that affects millions of people worldwide, causing unwanted and intrusive thoughts that can be distressing and debilitating. With over 200 million people suffering from OCD and more than 20 million people living with schizophrenia, the need for effective, accessible help is clear.

In our increasingly digital world, therapy should be available at a time and place that suits the individual, not just during scheduled sessions with a psychiatrist. This is where Mindlez comes in. Created by someone who understands the struggles of living with OCD, Mindlez aims to provide help and support to those suffering from OCD and schizophrenia.

## A Brief Overview

Mindlez is a groundbreaking app designed for individuals suffering from OCD or schizophrenia. It allows users to engage in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) on their smartphone, whenever and wherever it suits them. The app offers users the opportunity to test whether their thoughts are real or delusional, a daily challenge faced by many.

The app is akin to CBT, a type of therapy that can help manage problems by changing the way you think and behave. While it's most commonly used to treat anxiety and depression, it's also highly effective for those struggling with OCD and schizophrenia.

Schizophrenia is a mental disorder characterized by continuous or relapsing episodes of psychosis. Major symptoms include hallucinations, such as hearing voices, and intrusive thoughts and delusions. Mindlez helps users discern whether a thought is true or a delusion. By training oneself to recognize recurring delusions and conditioning oneself to quickly discern what is true or false, the app can greatly ease the lives of those who suffer from delusions or intrusive thoughts.

## Why we need your donation

Backing this project is risk-free, as the app is already active and functioning, but securing continuous funding for the development of the app is a challenge.

We need 10,000 to improve the app to the second stage, so it can continue to be improved. With this funding, we can add new features for users and health organisations and make Mindlez available for iPhones.

In the future, we will need sustainable funding to continue improving the app and adding even better features and design.

By supporting Mindlez, you're not just backing an app - you're investing in a tool that can significantly improve the lives of those struggling with OCD and schizophrenia. Together, we can make a difference.

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