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The Chester Chronicle: Stress and the gender divide

Women2day this week looks at how stress is different for males and females. You might not have realised it, but April is Stress Awareness Month. Every April since 1992, health care professionals join forces to try and increase public awareness about the causes and cures of stress. I don’t think I know anyone who hasn’t […]

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[Press Release] International Wellbeing Wednesday

On Wednesday 1st February, The Stress Management Society and RESCUE celebrate their second annual Wellbeing Wednesday to encourage everyone to bring a moment of calm into their increasingly challenging lives. On Wednesday 1st February, The Stress Management Society and RESCUE celebrate their second annual Wellbeing Wednesday to encourage everyone to bring a moment of calm […]

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Edinburgh Evening News: Five ways to beat stress at work

There is a lot you can do to reduce the pressure of your job, finds Aimme Stanton. In 2014/2015, 440,000 people in the UK reported work-related stress at a level they believed was making them ill. French workers have officially been given the ‘right to disconnect’. As of midnight on 01 January 2017 a new […]

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Express: Perfect peace: The top tips to avoid a stressful Christmas

IF THE thought of Christmas fills you with dread, follow our handy guide to a stress-free Yule. As the annual binge-fest that is Christmas approaches, do you ever wonder whether all the planning, preparation and rushing around is worth it – or if there is any way of making it easier? Many people find Christmas […]

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Triple Pundit: Bicycles Are Good for Business, Your Body and the Planet

Bicycles are good for our bodies and our quality of life. Urban air quality suffers as a result of congestion from vehicular exhaust and factory smoke emissions, so it’s always in our best interests to utilize alternative forms of transportation with zero emissions. Here are three major benefits bicycles offer as a way of helping […]

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PR Newswire: Survey Reveals That Payday Week Brings Financial Terror for 12.3 Million Brits Every Month

Research from Atom, the UK‘s first bank built exclusively for mobile, uncovers Brits‘ difficult relationship with their earnings.  Nearly a quarter of people (24%) feel the onset of financial fear, just after getting paid  85% of people don’t know exactly how much money is in their account  Two in five Brits would prefer to be […]

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Mirror: 20 simple and surprising ways to beat stress without breaking the bank

More than two-thirds of Brits admit to feeling stressed – with one in 10 ranking themselves “very stressed” – so here are some simple, surprising, cheap and scientific ways to chill out. Does the sound of a new email arriving fill you with panic when you’re already too busy? Is the sight of the postman […]

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HR Review: Neil Shah: Building a business case for workplace wellness

Prevention yields more than you’d expect when it comes to investing in employee’s mental wellbeing – international stress management and wellbeing expert Neil Shah explains how. In the uncertain political and economic environment following the Brexit referendum, there is an overriding anxiety being experienced in Britain. We’ve seen the drop in the value of the […]

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The Mirror: Headaches and trouble sleeping? You may be suffering from a ‘tech hangover’

Do you spend most of your day staring at screens? Then you may be suffering from a tech hangover. If you have a sore head and struggled to get out of bed this morning, last night’s glass of wine might not be to blame – you could have a TECHNOLOGY hangover. New research has revealed […]

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The Telegraph: Exam season- the parents’ survival guide

There’s tension in the air as the start date hurtles forward with inexorable force. You can see it in the hunched shoulders, creased foreheads, and faces set granite-hard with crippling anxiety. Yes, exam season is almost upon us. But I’m not talking about the young people who will actually be sitting A-levels and GCSEs this […]

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