5 tips on coping with anxiety as we come out of lockdown and things begin to go back to ‘normal’ – be careful of sensory overload and pace yourself. It’s not a race to the finish line!
How to talk about mental health at work
Beginning the conversation about mental health within the workplace is still difficult and often seen as taboo. It’s not easy to open up to anyone, let alone, colleagues and managers about your own mental health, and unfortunately, it can still be seen as inappropriate to talk about depression or anxiety within work wh
Why it’s good to get bored
When was the last time you did absolutely nothing? I don’t mean watch Netflix, or listen to a podcast – I mean nothing, zero, zilch. You did categorically nothing at all? Don’t feel guilty – when you do nothing at all is when your brain can work at one of it’s highest levels of problem-solving.
Make the Most of the Clocks Going Back to Empty Your Stress Bucket
Daylight Saving Time can make people feel the dread of winter, the darkness and cold evenings are not much to look forward to. However, it is the ideal opportunity to turn that 1 hour to your advantage and make the most of it. There have been many studies on the average hours of sleep that we get but let’s just say, as
How To Manage Your Mood Through Winter
The change of season right now means darker evenings, colder weather and an inclination to stay indoors. It can have a profound effect on people’s mental health, low mood and lethargy being the most prominent, but if that was the case then surely many more people would suffer from SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)
How to Support Someone Who Has Anxiety
We’ve all felt nervous or apprehensive about certain things in our lives. It’s normal to get a little concerned. But anxiety is an all-consuming feeling whereby it really does take over all parts of your life – If you know someone who experiences anxiety here’s how you could help them in their recovery.