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Deep breathing helps Anxiety and Depression

Deep breathing has been proven to help with wellbeing tremendously. From slowing the ageing process to boosting your immune system, people often underestimate the benefits that breathing can bring. According to a study by Dr. Chris Streeter, it is even said to help anxiety and depression. The study concluded that people who had depressive disorders […]

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Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response

One of the most common ways that stress affects people is lack of sleep, which is why we were interested to read about Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response this week. ASMR is an experience which aims to induce a tingling sensation from the head, to the spine and sometimes to limbs, to the viewer in “response […]

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Saying NO is Selfless not Selfish!

NO is seen as such a negative word but it is all about perception. Saying no can be seen as selfish, but often saying yes is actually the worse option. Saying yes and then not being able to give the best version of you, giving low-quality time or effort is much more upsetting than saying […]

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Easy Everyday Exercise – Isometrics

Following a workshop we recently had in our office on nutrition and exercise, we have been doing daily Isometrics. Isometric exercise is a type of strength training, which is done in a static position, where you are tensing the muscles without moving your joints, because of this; it is the easiest way to discretely do […]

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Do you regularly get your 5 A Day?

It’s been drilled into our heads since we were little from our parents, taught to us at school by our teachers and regularly promoted to us through advertisements. However, although it is such a well-known and talked about topic, research has revealed only 1 in 4 adults eat their 5 a day. The World Health […]

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Happiness is contagious

We all know that the key to being happy is adopting a positive mind-set and learning to be content, yet it can be really easy to focus on the negative, or worry about issues that may never arise.  If you’re only focusing on that one negative thing, everything else becomes blurred, sometimes making you blind […]

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Which is the Worst Social Media Platform for your Mental Health?

  Social media has become the norm among the younger generations, with a reported 91% of 16-24 year old using the internet for social networking. A recent study, #StatusOfMind, examined the positive and negative effects of social media on young people’s health. The survey of nearly 1,500 young people aged 14-24 asked them to score each […]

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Are Women More Organised Than Men?

A poll of 2,000 adults by Rescue Remedy found the stereotype of men leaving things to the last minute is in fact true. The study found that men have a last-minute rush before a holiday while women are more organised. Check out our infographic below for the results! Click here to discover more health and wellbeing […]

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Do you struggle with holiday preparation?

How many of you find yourself frantically packing hours before departure? How many of you find that extremely stressful? According to a recent study, people are actually more stressed April to September, where we are immersed in busy weekend plans, family and friends coming over and holidays. But aren’t holidays supposed to be relaxing? Unfortunately, […]

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Has the UK heatwave got you feeling a bit parched?

Here in the UK we do not experience very high temperatures very often, and according to the Met Office this spell of intense heat is here to stay all summer. The good news is, you can get your tan on without jetting away to the Caribbean, but you MUST stay hydrated. As temperature rises, thanks […]

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