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WHO WE ARE

We are a movement of entrepreneurs, gamechangers and innovators. 

We did not know each other one year ago, but today we are MediBee. 

A crew blended of amazing Englishmen and Scandinavian professionals, who are connected and devoted to the development of mobile app solutions, who have their focus on better mental health, limit medical side effects and create awareness on the growing medicine consumption and dependency all around the world.

We are split up in two company structures, each with a unique app solution, aiming to support the same audience, offering different help and support. 

Both are solutions in constant development and movement, involving different professional and personal knowledge, insights, and experience, in close collaboration with patients and health care.

Our vision is to limit the amount of people, who are affected by dependency and addiction of high risk medication, medical side effects and to prevent people with mental health challenges experiencing loneliness and hopelessness, as well as to provide inspiration and positive inputs in their daily lives. 

Welcome to MediBee !

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Isolating yourself

Isolating yourself

Never in a million years would I have thought that I would have days where I hide away. If you were to ask anyone that knows me, they would definitely say that it is out of character. Having Arthritis is the hardest thing I have ever had to go through and I’m still...

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Unlock your Motivation

Unlock your Motivation

One of the hardest symptoms that comes with depression is motivation. Many suffer with a lack of it. Me? One of the joys of Borderline Personality Disorder is imbalance. Some days I am not motivated. Others, I have all the motivation, and I cannot sit still. This is...

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NHS Survival Guide

NHS Survival Guide

How are you feeling today? Not well? Go and see your GP. Now this is all well and good if you are physically not 100%, but what about when its your mental health? Why is it so difficult to get help? Who else can you turn to? Why do they just pump us full of pills? So...

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Health, Hygiene & Self-care

Health, Hygiene & Self-care

So this is something I know we all do struggle with sometimes. I’m guilty for having poor hygiene and you know what? I’m not afraid to admit it. Because sometimes keeping those little demons penned up can be exhausting. That amongst managing personal life and a...

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When the Panic! Attacks

When the Panic! Attacks

“There´s never air to breathe, there´s never in-betweens, these nightmares always hang on past the dream” – Impossible Dream by Panic! At the Disco Yes, I fancied opening this blog up with a little bit of Brendon Urie, you’re welcome. But that first line, ‘there’s...

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How to deal with a new diagnosis?

How to deal with a new diagnosis?

When I was 15 I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis, this is a condition that I had never heard of before and it took me at least a year to learn how to spell it, let alone say it. At the age of 15, I had no clue what I was going to do and I didn’t cope well with...

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How to handle rejection and why you can’t help everyone.

How to handle rejection and why you can’t help everyone.

How can you handle rejection? Difficult question. Rejection in any context is a difficult thing to process. For example, if you have feelings for an individual you prepare yourself to ask them on a date or to be your partner – you get nervous, excited, scared…you feel...

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Are you kind and on-judgemental?

Are you kind and on-judgemental?

“I am mentally ill. I can say that. I am not ashamed of that. I survived that, I’m still surviving it, but bring it on.” – Carrie Fisher. These words are bold and inspirational, but what I think is most striking are the words “I’m still surviving it”. Mental health...

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Unlock your Motivation

Unlock your Motivation

One of the hardest symptoms that comes with depression is motivation. Many suffer with a lack of it. Me? One of the joys of Borderline Personality Disorder is imbalance. Some days I am not motivated. Others, I have all the motivation, and I cannot sit still. This is...

read more
NHS Survival Guide

NHS Survival Guide

How are you feeling today? Not well? Go and see your GP. Now this is all well and good if you are physically not 100%, but what about when its your mental health? Why is it so difficult to get help? Who else can you turn to? Why do they just pump us full of pills? So...

read more
Health, Hygiene & Self-care

Health, Hygiene & Self-care

So this is something I know we all do struggle with sometimes. I’m guilty for having poor hygiene and you know what? I’m not afraid to admit it. Because sometimes keeping those little demons penned up can be exhausting. That amongst managing personal life and a...

read more
When the Panic! Attacks

When the Panic! Attacks

“There´s never air to breathe, there´s never in-betweens, these nightmares always hang on past the dream” – Impossible Dream by Panic! At the Disco Yes, I fancied opening this blog up with a little bit of Brendon Urie, you’re welcome. But that first line, ‘there’s...

read more
How to deal with a new diagnosis?

How to deal with a new diagnosis?

When I was 15 I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis, this is a condition that I had never heard of before and it took me at least a year to learn how to spell it, let alone say it. At the age of 15, I had no clue what I was going to do and I didn’t cope well with...

read more
How to handle rejection and why you can’t help everyone.

How to handle rejection and why you can’t help everyone.

How can you handle rejection? Difficult question. Rejection in any context is a difficult thing to process. For example, if you have feelings for an individual you prepare yourself to ask them on a date or to be your partner – you get nervous, excited, scared…you feel...

read more
Are you kind and on-judgemental?

Are you kind and on-judgemental?

“I am mentally ill. I can say that. I am not ashamed of that. I survived that, I’m still surviving it, but bring it on.” – Carrie Fisher. These words are bold and inspirational, but what I think is most striking are the words “I’m still surviving it”. Mental health...

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I never got the best of starts in life

I never got the best of starts in life

Meet Adelaide Starkings, one of our fantastic community moderators at MediBee - Depression, Anxiety & Pain Support Group Here is Adelaide's story... Let’s see how this goes, asking someone who is bad at talking about themselves to share their personal story, what...

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Bee-Come a Volunteer

Bee-Come a Volunteer

We are offering volunteer opportunities for dedicated individuals who want to help os grow and develop the MediBee movement. Do you want to develop new skills, improve your job prospects and meet like-minded people from all over the world? Check out the different role...

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#BeeToo Goes Viral

#BeeToo Goes Viral

#BeeToo - if you know someone or have ever had anxiety, a depression, an eating disorder, insomnia or experienced any other mental health challenge. #BeeToo - if you are struggling with medicine consumption, withdrawals or side-effects of any kind. #BeeToo I am living...

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