Why are we so obsessed with being ‘visible’ online all the time? Hollie Richardson reveals why Michaela Coel’s Emmys speech really hit home for so many people.
A psychology student has explained how people suffering from anxiety over an upcoming event can trick their minds into reframing the nervous feeling as excitement.
When it comes to managing stress, the proverb ‘variety is the spice of life’ holds true. Making small changes in your dull life can significantly ease tension.
Social media has proven negative effects on mental health (especially for teens), self-image and for some is a huge time-waster.
There is a new wellness practice on the rise called ‘forest bathing,’ which is a practise of spending time in nature to help with mental health.
Do you realize that giving to others can recharge your batteries? Giving something of yourself, when you feel exhausted and uninspired, will plug you into good energy.
Instead of yelling at each other when angry, try and approach a situation with humour. Not only does it defuse a stressful situation, it also helps solve the problem more amicably.
Mental health is becoming a growing priority in society. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), funding for mental health research and treatment has increased,
The total number of doses provided up to Saturday stands at 2,426,793 with a rate of vaccine distribution of 24.54 doses per 100 people.