Early help for maternal mental health

We're on a mission to support new families everywhere to take a moment, take care and take control of their mental health.

Technology yes, but people first

We believe that no one should feel ashamed or uncomfortable about discussing mental health. When it comes to women not having support tools around maternal issues, it masks a real and present problem for families, healthcare and the wider economy already limited by time and resources.

Developed in partnership with

Maternal mental health is unique and personal to every individual

Moment Health is not about creating a one-size model that everyone must fit, because there's no such thing. Anxiety and stress have a way of bringing forgotten or buried experiences to the surface, making it difficult to express the extent of emotional anguish to loved ones and health care professionals.

We believe all new parents should have the power in their own hands to understand and articulate what’s really going on. And, we believe when you do that, amazing things can happen.

1 in 5 Women

Suffer from antenatal or post-natal depression/anxieties

1 in 10 Men

Suffer from antenatal or post-natal depression/anxieties

Jean's story

Suddenly feeling unable to cope with situations that were never a problem before is overwhelming and disorientating and can undermine our confidence so much that we start to believe we are slowly going mad.

It is important to know that you are not alone on this journey. And there are lots of things you can do to help alleviate your symptoms.

Ecstatic to devastated, Jean felt a full spectrum of moods when she become a mum

Bybit’s story

Mood tracker is an empowering way track your emotions, understand environmental or external triggers and allow you and your family a way to understand what you are dealing with in a private and personal way.

How Bybit uses Moment Health App, a ‘lifechanging’ tool

Take a positive step

Thousands of women have already downloaded the Moment Health App and in doing so have taken an important pro-active step to taking care of their mental health.