Voice Scan
mental health assessment
emotional wellbeing

Imagine having a tool to check your mental health right in the palm of your hands – one that not only tracks your mental fitness but also provides actionable insights for improvement. The RightLife App brings this vision to life with its cutting-edge feature, the Voice Scan. This revolutionary tool transcends traditional methods by incorporating the nuances of your voice into a comprehensive Mental Fitness Score. 

In this blog, we’ll unravel how the voice scan tool works and explore how it empowers users to take charge of their mental well-being with real-time feedback and personalized recommendations. 

Evaluate your mental fitness with Voice Scan!  

Voice Scan feature of the RightLife App is a sophisticated tool designed to harness the unique qualities of your voice for an in-depth assessment of your mental fitness. Unlike the conventional methods of mental health tracking, which often rely on self-reported data, the Voice Scan adds a personal touch by analyzing nuances, tone, and flow of your spoken words. It is designed to be user-friendly and efficient.

How does the Voice Scan feature on RightLife App work? 

Taking a voice scan is simple! To initiate a scan, users simply log in to the RightLife App, select the ‘Voice Scan’ option, and follow easy steps.


  1. How are you feeling today?

To begin with, users can simply indicate how they are feeling on a given day – whether it’s sad, stressed, unsure, relaxed, happy, etc.

  1. Select a topic

The next step involves selecting a relevant topic to speak on, ranging from work and school to family, health, money, friends, and relationships. The app then presents users with a prompt, automatically suggesting a topic based on their current emotional state and the chosen category. Alternatively, users have the flexibility to select their topic, allowing for a personalized experience.

  1. Recording a 30-second audio

Once the prompt is selected, the user can record a 30-second voice audio. The audio needs to be recorded in a quiet and comfortable place. This audio snippet serves as a foundation for analyzing and evaluating the mental health of an individual. This scan is a multi-dimensional evaluation comprising various aspects of voice, including smoothness, control, liveliness, energy range, clarity, crispness, speech, and pause duration.

  1. The Mental Fitness Score

The crux of the Voice Scan feature lies in the Mental Fitness Score – a personalized metric ranging from 00 to 100. This score serves as a visual representation of the user’s current mental fitness status. The higher the score, the better the mental health. It provides a quick snapshot, allowing users to gauge their emotional well-being at a glance. 

Components of Mental Fitness Score 

The Mental Fitness Score generated by the Voice Scan feature on the RightLife App is a nuanced evaluation that goes beyond a single numerical value. It comprises several key components, each offering unique insights into different aspects of an individual’s mental well-being. 

Smoothness: A smooth voice indicates a calm and composed state of mind. Irregularities or disruptions in smoothness may suggest heightened stress or emotional unease. Smoothness reflects the flow and coherence of your voice during the recorded response.


Control: Assessing the level of command an individual has over their voice control gauges how well the user manages their pitch, tone, and modulation. A higher control score may indicate emotional regulation and stability. 

Liveliness: This measures the energy and vibrancy in the voice, providing insights into the user’s emotional expressiveness. A lively voice can signify positive emotions and engagement while a low liveliness score can indicate feelings of fatigue or emotional depletion. 

Energy Range: This component assesses the range of energy in the user’s voice, capturing variations and intensity. A broad energy range may indicate emotional resilience and adaptability, while a limited range could suggest emotional rigidity. 

Clarity: Measuring how the user’s words are conveyed, clarity evaluates the articulation and precision of speech. High clarity often correlates with mental clarity and focus while lower clarity may be associated with cognitive fog or feelings of overwhelm. 

Crispness: Assessing how well-defined and well-articulated your words are, crispness measures the sharpness and distinctness of your voice. A crisp voice may indicate mental alertness and presence, while a lack of crispness might suggest mental fatigue or distraction. 

Speech: Assessing the overall quality and coherence of the user’s spoken words, speech encompasses factors like pace and fluency. Well-structured and coherent speech is often associated with cognitive coherence and emotional stability. 

Pause Duration: Measuring the frequency and length of pauses in the user’s speech, pause duration evaluates the rhythm and pace of communication. Appropriate pause duration contributes to effective communication while excessively long or short pause duration indicates anxiety, uncertainty, or rushed thoughts. 

Reflect and Act: Voice Scan revolutionizes mental health monitoring! 

The Voice Scan feature is not just about assessment, it’s a tool for reflection and action. Users can take regular evaluations to track the evolution of their mental health over time and navigate their mental health journey with precision and purpose. 

In an era where mental health awareness is gaining prominence, tools like the voice scan feature on RightLife App are groundbreaking. The detailed analysis, actionable recommendations, and commitment to privacy make it a valuable companion on the journey to mental well-being. Embrace the future of mental health with the RightLife App and let your voice be the key to unlocking a healthier, happier you!


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