For many decades, behavioral cardiology studied only the impact of so-called “negative traits”—such as stress,
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The National Council for Hypnotherapy recently reported the following:
According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), 526,000 workers in the UK suffered from work-related stress, depression or anxiety in 2016/17, and 12.5m working days were lost as …
At the European Congress of Endocrinology in Lisbon, scientists outline how disrupted sleep patterns can trigger changes in appetite, metabolism, motivation and physical activity, or even a combination of all these factors. This leads to disruption in people’s appetite and …
Could saying “thank you” help you to live longer?
In a new book The Upside of Stress, Kelly McGonigal explains why stress can be good for you.
Did you know that stress in the short-term can
- boost productivity and concentration
- increase immunity
- increase resilience
- motivate you to succeed
A really interesting article here by Fiona Kennedy.
We absolutely agree: self-harm doesn’t have to be physical.
Much more often it’s the ‘stories’ we tell ourselves – that we are not good enough, not likeable and certainly not loveable, that …
An article published recently by the National Council for Hypnotherapy states that:
It is men more than women who suffer mental health problems brought on by work and are less likely to seek help, the charity Mind has said, with …
Here are some great tips from the telegraph to help your young adults adapt to life as a sixth former.
I have been following the news stories over the past weeks with regards to the British Airways computer failure, leaving passengers stranded, their luggage left behind, etc. during one of the busiest holiday periods of the year. In the words …
A survey in the UK has revealed that Instagram is rated as the worst social media platform in terms of its impact on young people’s mental health and the Royal Society for Public Health says social media may be fuelling …
With thousands of pupils across England, Northern Ireland and Wales having started their GCSE exams, everyone knows this is a stressful and anxious time for teenagers and parents alike.
Add to that the normal pressures of modern life which, a …