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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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The Sun: Waiting for a row – Missed appointments and poor organisation cause millions of arguments a year

Waiting around for your other half causes 30 arguments annually, a survey has found. Millions admitted to regularly falling out with their partner because a lack of organisation and leaving things to the last minute means they are often left hanging around for their other half. Millions admitted to regularly falling out with their partner […]

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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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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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Top 5 Threats To Male Health

As last week was men’s health awareness week, here at The Stress Management Society, we wanted to delve deeper into the topic. Males have a tendency to naturally shy away from discussing their health or health related topics. As long as, their role in society is able to be fulfilled, they consider themselves ‘healthy’. However, […]

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Have you ever felt lonely?

Have you every felt all alone, isolated or lonely? Have you ever found yourself with no-one to turn to or talk to? I have felt that way several times in my life and when I was asked to appear on Sky News Sunrise last week to talk about Male Loneliness it brought back a lot […]

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Let’s talk about Depression

World Health Day – celebrated on 7th April every year to mark the founding of the World Health Organisation. The theme for this year was ‘depression – let’s talk’. Depression affects people of all ages, from all walks of life, in all countries. It causes mental anguish and impacts on people’s ability to carry out […]

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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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Declutter Your Environment

Our final tips for the International Wellbeing Wednesday theme ‘Change your environment, Change your state’, focus on “Decluttering your Environment” be it work or home. The term wellbeing covers both your physical and mental states, and the environment around you has a major influence on your psychological health. If you walk into a room and […]

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