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The correlation between Sleep Deprivation and Grumpiness!

A healthy amount of sleep has been thought to have a far higher impact on wellbeing than a 50% increase in disposable income. According to a survey in The Telegraph, we brits are considered to be the 4th country in the world in terms of the average amount of sleep we are getting each night, […]

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Top tips for communicating with people who are stressed!

Knowing how to deal with someone who has confided in you that they are stress can be a delicate balance to master. Often this conversation can be out of the blue, which may leave you feeling helpless and not knowing how to approach or respond to the conversation. So what are the best things that […]

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Communicating stress in a workplace

Given the expectation of discrimination and even dismissal, many people with stress  go to great lengths to prevent colleagues and managers knowing they are or have been ill. This attempt at concealment can make people reluctant to request time off for hospital or therapy sessions and reduce their chance of obtaining appropriate help from occupational […]

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Rushing around: all day, everyday?

A recent report has unsurprisingly concluded that 58% of us feel that we are constantly rushing around. Rushing around often leaves us all feeling a little bit stressed, and it can even cause some people to become extremely stressed. 1 in 5 of us even admit to speeding once a week because we are running […]

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What is Sole?

Recently, the craze surrounding the benefits of drinking water with Himalayan salt, known as Sole has become more apparent than ever before; Sole is water that has been saturated with natural salt. We are constantly perspiring important minerals which we need throughout the day. This happening as we do everyday tasks, work out or even […]

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Is there a link between Technology and your Eyesight?

An increase in technology has had a positive effect on society in many ways, but have you ever thought about the possible link between technology and eyesight? Recently, we started to question whether our mobile phones could have been a contributing factor towards our eyesight deteriorating. It makes sense, as the majority of the day […]

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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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The gamification of physical activity

In the past few weeks since it has been available in the UK, Pokémon GO has taken over the country. Everyone is obsessed with finding and catching Pokémon! But for some, Pokémon Go is more than just an entertaining app—it’s helping them increase their exercise. I’m personally in love with the app and as soon […]

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What’s the link between stress and poor health?

Are you aware of the effects poor health can have on your well being? The physical effects of stress on the human body are well documented: when your mind is not functioning optimally or is plagued by negative thoughts and emotions, eventually your body will suffer the consequences.Let’s look at a few key examples of the […]

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