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9 Ways to Stay Sane on an Aeroplane

9 Ways to Stay Sane on an Aeroplane

Looking forward to your winter get away but dreading the flight? We feel your pain. Sitting in a confined space for long periods of time, wreaks havoc with your mind and body. You’re likely to experience headaches, cramps, aches, pains

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5 Easy Ways to Be Confident

5 Easy Ways to Be Confident

The dictionary definition of confidence is ‘a state of certainty’. That means certainty in who you are and where you are going. If you portray confidence then that is what others will perceive but if you are a trembling mess…fear

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New Study Shows Smoking Effects Mental Health

New Study Shows Smoking Effects Mental Health

Nowadays we are very aware of the physical effects of smoking: wrinkles, tooth decay, reduced lung capacity, multiple diseases including cancer. But what about the mental affects? Since tobacco and nicotine are so strong and addictive they must negatively affect

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A Definitive Guide to Mental Health

A Definitive Guide to Mental Health

Mental health has always carried a stigma, but why? 1 in 4 people are likely to experience a mental health issue during their lives, and worldwide over 450 million people are currently classified as having a mental health problem. It’s

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7 Foods to Fuel Your Brain

7 Foods to Fuel Your Brain

The brain is an incredible feat of engineering, it is essential to our survival. The brain controls almost every aspect of our being: thought, emotion, personality, voluntary movement and even involuntary movements such as breathing, regulating heart beat and blinking.

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7 Ways to Beat S.A.D and be Happy

7 Ways to Beat S.A.D and be Happy

Many of us reminisce summer days; cloudless cyan skies, the warming touch of the sun and a gentle breeze, only to look out of our British windows and see a mass of grey; the lifeless surroundings being tormented by constant

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Silver Surfers Less Likely to Suffer Depression

Silver Surfers Less Likely to Suffer Depression

The internet: a global network connecting millions, providing information and entertainment to the masses. Except, it seems, to the elderly. An estimated 70% of 75 year olds and over have NEVER used the internet compared to the 73% of us

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Beer Benefits for Blokes

Beer Benefits for Blokes

Struggling to find an excuse to meet your mates at the pub? Try this… A study published in the Journal of Health Psychology and conducted by the medical Research Centre found that sharing a pint with friends aids men’s mental

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Mental Health’s a Walk in The Park

Mental Health’s a Walk in The Park

1 in 6 of us will experience a mental health problem at some point in our life. The most common psychological issues are stress and anxiety. But don’t panic, picnic. Green spaces such as parks can boost mental wellbeing by …

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