We don’t need telling that it has been almost a year since the pandemic fundamentally changed all our lives. As the government has set the roadmap out of lockdown, many people are finding this final hurdle the most difficult. Have we lost our social skills? Will people ever shake hands again? Will we feel comfortable…
In this post I have put together all the facts around phobias, what a phobia is, but even more importantly how you can overcome a phobia.
Gratitude can relieve stress and pain and improve our health over time. Here’s how we can feel grateful despite the year we’ve had.
“We are all in the same storm but in different boats” is something we all need to remember and keep being kind to others. Our mental health is at stake.
As we are moving into lockdown number 2, do we need Stress Awareness Week? We are all feeling the effects of the pandemic on top of our usual stresses.
The middle of September heralded at least 6 months of the global Covid-19 pandemic. The storm of the global pandemic has hit us all in different ways.
Some good news about the Covid-19 pandemic: 1 million smokers in the UK have stopped smoking! Are you going to be part of the next 1 million?
The government have announced new anti-obesity measures. These measures will not make a difference in time for a possible winter second wave of covid-19.
Many of us have developed unhealthy eating habits as a result of the pandemic. In difficult times it is much more difficult to control your eating.
Covid-19 has changed our lives in unimaginable ways. It’s a time to adapt. If you’re feeling stressed it may help to focus on what you can control.