mental health

If you’re thinking about how to lift your mood, increase motivation and beat the winter blues, then read on… Have we got a motivational mid-week treat for you! To mark two months until RED January 2022 begins, Happiful and RED are bringing together a panel of brilliant guests to talk about moving for mood and
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We share the little life hacks that help us feel our best every day What’s the secret to a happy life? OK, we don’t know the answer to that – in fact, we don’t think there is just one. But while there’s no magic formula to achieving a blissful existence, there are daily habits we
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After a difficult childhood and adolescence, Jemma’s self-belief hit rock bottom. But a passion for travel ignited her confidence, and led her to go all-in when it came to creating the life and career she wanted At the age of 18, I decided I’d had enough. Sitting alone in tears in my flat, I was
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Start this year as you mean to go on – by looking after you. Discover the power of mindfulness, create a spa experience in your home, and shift your focus on fitness 1. Page-turners No Such Thing As Normal One in four of us experience mental health issues every year, so why do we still
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  A recent review in The Lancet Psychiatry discusses promising preventive mental health strategies to reduce the incidence of mental health disorders. Millions of people live with the burden of mental illness. While the focus of psychiatry is on treating the symptoms and preventing the progression of present mental health disorders, prevention has not received
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  British researchers recently investigated the impact of academic and non-academic stressors on mental health in university students and identified social identity factors that may help with stress. Adolescence and early adulthood are two life stages in which individuals are believed to be most at risk for the onset of mental disorders. This life stage
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Many studies suggest that exercising can help people deal with mental health issues and boost well-being. A new observational study — the largest of its kind to date — confirms this, but it also extends a caution: too much exercise may negatively affect mental health. New research finds that you can get too much exercise
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