Hypnotherapy: Sorting fact from fiction

25 July, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

If you’ve seen a hypnosis show, the first thing that may come to mind when you think of hypnotherapy is being forced to cluck like a chicken. Well, think again.

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Why are kids getting so anxious?

30 January, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Screen time and family breakdowns are among the contributing factors but is anxiety in children really soaring, or are we just getting better at diagnosing it?

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The dark side of blue light

30 October, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

Blue light from smartphones, laptops and tablets can affect us in numerous ways – but there are ways to dim the risks.

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“I wanted to end it all”: TV producer and star says supporting Liptember more important than ever

25 September, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

Fearless TV and social media star Emmylou MacCarthy knows only too well the all-encompassing despair of depression and mental illness.

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How to help someone who is not OK

10 September, 2018 . by Michelle Rose

Being prepared to check in with a friend or relative who may be going through a tough time can make all the difference.

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Can you eat your way to happiness?

4 September, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

Put a little more thought into how and what you eat – it could do your mental health a world of good.

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How to avoid parental burnout

28 August, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

As parents, we often feel pressured to give so much to our children that we forget to take care of ourselves. Here’s what to do when the daily grind gets…

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Turn on the tunes: Music is good for your brain

13 July, 2018 . by Michelle Rose

Scientists are starting to believe that music’s impact might be much greater than first thought.

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The spice that’s key to a happy life

6 June, 2018 . by Michelle Rose

It’s the vividly coloured spice often used to pep up Indian cuisine – and it’s now believed saffron can also brighten up your mood.

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