top of page

Researchers found a significant reduction in anxiety, in the DAYLIGHT group compared to control.

“This has huge implications for how to increase access to mental health care, because smartphones are so widely owned – in the US they’re owned by about 80% of the population. Given that many people with mental health care difficulties do not get access to any care or only limited care (e.g., only medications or limited psychotherapy appointments), effective mental health programs delivered via smartphone could really extend access and increase people’s options. It’s not possible to address the large unmet need solely with additional mental health care providers because the shortage is too substantial, and of course stigma is still an issue – some people don’t want in-person care.”

21 views0 comments


bottom of page