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Did you know that there is a link between gut health and mental health? The gut microbiome can play a role in the development of mood disorders. In this blog post, I will discuss the links between gut health and mental health, as well as how to improve gut health in order to boost your…
Here are some mindful activities to relieve stress, switch off from being busy and bring some much needed calm into our days.
Swap the weight of your problems for resilience, and improve your mental health with laughter and playfulness.
After a tough couple of years I want to encourage everyone to step into next year with a positive outlook and hope for good times to come, and with a commitment to make 2022 your best year yet.
Finding joy might seem like it’s impossible at the moment, but honestly, there is joy in the little things, and here’s how to find it. The journey from abuse, trauma, and grief is like traveling along a dark road full of twists, turns, and potholes. You might be navigating anxiety, depression, low mood, despair, suicidal…
World Mental Health Day has rolled around once more, and whilst raising awareness of mental health is never a bad thing, mental health is something we need to work on every day. It’s important to build positive habits that support good mental health, as it’s all too easy to get into a downward spiral when…
Nobody wants to be treated like a doormat or taken advantage of, so how can you ensure that it doesn’t happen? Boundaries. They are the line that people know not to step over. It might seem harsh, but it’s not. Putting boundaries in place doesn’t make you mean – or mean that you don’t care.…
Once known as ‘shell shock’, we now know much more about PTSD and how to avoid the devastating effects it can have if not treated. But there are still many misconceptions surrounding it, so let’s bust some PTSD myths.
Life can be hectic at times and the tasks on our to-do list seem never-ending, but there is power in the pause, if only we slow down, even for just a moment. With jobs to go to, children or relatives to care for, homes to clean, shopping to do, meals to cook, appointments to organise,…