Mental Health

Listening carefully to people’s voice allows the monitoring of their mental health

Voice reflects psychological states and can be affected by mental health. When a person experiences a depressive episode, the range and volume of the voice may decrease, as people affected by depression tend to speak lower, flatter and softer. 

So can we use the voice to diagnose or monitor various mental conditions

Identifying vocal biomarkers for better monitoring mental health

Colive Voice aims to identify vocal biomarkers to revolutionize the monitoring of mental health

Experiencing depression, stress and anxiety can affect people’s voice. With the identification of vocal biomarkers, these conditions could soon be easily tracked on our smartphone. Health professionals will be able to personalize treatment and care according to the patient’s needs and overall health condition. Voice-based monitoring will improve patients’ quality of life during their treatment.  

Are you dealing with one of the mental conditions mentioned above? Do you want to help improve their monitoring? It’s quick and easy, just answer our online questionnaire and record your voice here.

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