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4 Helpful tips to stop your anxiety increasing

4 Helpful tips to stop your anxiety increasing

2020 and the beginning of 2021 have been particularly unnerving, and for those who suffer from anxiety, it has been an even more difficult time. If you are feeling like this, you’re certainly not alone, and even if that is cold comfort, it is something to bear in mind. Although relieving your anxiety entirely is something that your doctor will need to discuss with you, there are some ways to help lessen it, at least a little, or, perhaps more useful, to stop it from increasing. We all cope with lockdown in different ways and here are some tips for that and anxiety in general. VIEW the POST

Learn how to remain young at heart as you age

Learn how to remain young at heart as you age

The hands of time come for us all eventually. At some point in life, we all start to feel the weight of age falling upon us. The reality is that no one regardless of money or the genetic lottery will stay naturally young forever. Instead, you need to make sure that you are taking the right steps to preserve your health and remain on the right track for the future. Everyone wants to be young at heart! VIEW the POST

7 Simple Healthy Foods To Boost Your Cognitive Function

Is your cognitive function getting impaired because of an underlying condition, aging, or any other factor? Or maybe you are just conscious that eating healthy foods and the right foods can really help with cognitive behaviour. It certainly has been a year for mental health and physical health issues. Eating certain foods can go a long way in helping you to keep healthy. For example nuts, eggs and oily fish.

10 Ways I am cheering myself up during lockdown

10 Ways I am cheering myself up during lockdown

After nearly a week of lockdown I am exhausted. And, I know I am not the only one. When this was first announced my husband and I came up with a plan where we split the homeschooling half and half. However, after a week of doing this I am not sure it's sustainable. I literally do not stop. Parent / teacher / employee / parent... constantly. To make it worse I am hardly getting time with Hubby as he is working when I am not. So, during this lockdown, these are some things I am doing to cheer myself up! Yes, I am feeling a little sorry for myself. VIEW the POST

Get out and get walking #mindfulness

Get out and get walking #mindfulness

I am not very good at New Years resolutions, I tend to just think about what I would like to do that year and try my best. Walking is my thing. I worked on it last year and did a lot more walking than the year before. I want to make sure I do more of it in 2020. Mindfulness is another topic I am keen to explore more this year - finding ways to keep my mind healthy. Walking is definitely good for that too. VIEW the POST

How to spot depression in your children

After doing my mental health first aid training and being very aware about mental health issues, it’s made me realise that it can literally effect anyone. Including depression in your children and anxieties. You don’t have to have a traumatic past, a difficult upbringing or a challenging period in your life to suffer the effects of one. These are some tips on what to look out for if you suspect your child is currently struggling with depression.