Mental Health



Until lately, there’s never been much Venture Capital funding dedicated toward early-stage mental health- and addiction-related startups. But now, firms like What.If Ventures are pouring money into companies aiming to change the way we diagnose and treat mental illness. 

At Zen Master Wellness, one of our primary focuses is on thoroughly studying, researching, and testing the products and services that are coming to market to help consumers treat their illnesses. 

Take a look at some of the most innovative start-ups in the mental health space.

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Health and Wellness
Matt Oney

Sensate Review: Does it Really Improve Sleep, Stress, and HRV?

Have you ever slept?  NO?! Well damn, that sucks. And that is awful for you. And quite frankly, downright shocking. You know you’re supposed to sleep at least 8 hours a night, right? How have you gone your entire life without SLEEPING? It sounds like you might be stressed; think that could be it? Yeah,

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Mental Health
Matt Oney

Ginger.com Review (aka Ginger.io): Mental healthcare for happier employees

What is Ginger.io? Ginger.io is a leading mental healthcare company that is aiming to bring leading mental health support to the masses. As a B2B company, Ginger provides their support to the employees of companies to which they sell. At this time, consumers aren’t able to take advantage of Ginger’s platform, but they are opening

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Mental Health
Matt Oney

Done ADHD Review: Online ADHD treatment and diagnosis for adults

If you’re like me, you may have stumbled across a young startup, Done, while researching ADHD treatment options online. And if you browse Instagram, you have most definitely seen some of their ads following you around. I couldn’t help but ask, “who are these guys, and is Done legit?” Can a tech company with fancy

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