Surprisingly simple things you can do to help your mental health

19 September, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

If you’re still feeling down as the last blast of winter looms, here’s 10 ways to keep your mental health on an even keel.

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Fit for life: The ultimate women’s guide to staying in peak health

4 September, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Life is precious, so we’ve rounded up the latest expert advice on the best ways to maximise your chances of living to a ripe old age.

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Meditation: Why it pays to be mindful in the moment

30 May, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Meditation has come out of the ashram and into the living room, as more people embrace mindfulness as a way of coping with the stresses of life.

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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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What to expect from energy work

23 January, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Curious to try reiki or kinesiology, but have no idea what to expect from a treatment? Here’s the lowdown.

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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 deal with poison people

28 August, 2018 . by Michelle Rose

They’re the people in your family, workplace or friendship group who make you feel worthless, angry or sad.

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Did you hear? Gossip can be good for you

22 August, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

Often frowned upon as being destructive and harmful, it turns out the age-old art of gossip does have its plus-sides.

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A new key to solving postnatal depression

12 July, 2018 . by Michelle Rose

It’s a debilitating condition but as Zoe Bingley-Pullin finds out, there is help available to recover from postnatal depression – and singing may play a part.

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