Tag: emotional wellbeing

People in employment and younger generation worst affected by COVID-19 psychological distress

People in employment and younger generation worst affected by COVID-19 psychological distress

Being employed, or in your thirties and below, in the US, during the COVID-19 pandemic, is associated with higher levels of COVID-19 psychological distress as well as increased symptoms of anxiety and depression. This is according to new research led by academics at London South Bank 

Verywell Study Reveals 90% of Americans Believe Online Therapy is a Sign of Strength

Verywell Study Reveals 90% of Americans Believe Online Therapy is a Sign of Strength

Today, Verywell (www.verywellmind.com) released findings from its Online Therapy Study, revealing that 90% of Americans in online therapy believe seeking out mental health services is a sign of mental strength, and more than a third (38%) of Americans in online therapy plan to continue seeing their therapists 

7 Astonishing Ways To Fight Anxiety And Depression

7 Astonishing Ways To Fight Anxiety And Depression

Anxiety and depression exist on a spectrum! But how to deal with the persistent traits that don’t go away? It is a pervasive feeling and can be debilitating. Unfortunately, the things you used to find enjoyable become a chore, and eventually, hope disappears. It’s almost 

Major Ways Relationships Can Affect Your Mental Health

Major Ways Relationships Can Affect Your Mental Health

Relationships Can Positively Affect Mental Illness. Mental health is not only the core of human existence, but it also helps individuals thrive in the face of adversity. A lot of factors are affecting relationships positively or negatively, and it has an impact on mental health.  

8 Signs That Scream That It’s Time To Get Help For Depression

8 Signs That Scream That It’s Time To Get Help For Depression

When it comes to our mental health, depression is probably the worst disorder imaginable. Depression is a very devastating condition that can take a toll on every aspect of your life, but the problem is that many people don’t take it seriously. However, the truth 

NEW PODCAST HIGHLIGHTS MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS  AND POSITIVITY DURING LOCKDOWN

NEW PODCAST HIGHLIGHTS MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS AND POSITIVITY DURING LOCKDOWN

Shaun Nolan presents WHAT I’M GRATEFUL FOR TODAY As lockdown 2.0 endures in the UK, the mental health crisis faces another huge challenge. Writer and actor Shaun Nolan (Pickle, Paper Dolls) has created a new podcast, What I’m Grateful for Today, which highlights the importance 

Diesel Exhaust and Cancer: The Link Nobody Is Talking About

Diesel Exhaust and Cancer: The Link Nobody Is Talking About

Diesel fuel is derived from crude oil and is used primarily by trucks, buses, trains, and other large vehicles. There are also some smaller passenger vehicles that use diesel fuel, which is made up of gas and soot. The gas portion of diesel fuel is 

The Health Benefits of Melatonin for Sleep and Mental Health

The Health Benefits of Melatonin for Sleep and Mental Health

Are you trying to figure the cause of your sleepless nights? Studies show one-quarter of Americans have severe insomnia during the year. If you’ve ruled out coffee caffeine, high stress and loud sounds, lack of sleep might be due to the sleep hormone melatonin. It’s closely related to 

What is your Mental Health Score?

What is your Mental Health Score?

Mental health is health. The state of your mental health can enhance or inhibit everyday functioning, relationships, fulfilment and satisfaction in life.   Mental Health Score is a free, accessible and research backed screening to help you measure, track and improve your mental health. The 

Think that Running isn’t for You? Think Again – Joint Care Tips to get the Nation Jogging 

Think that Running isn’t for You? Think Again – Joint Care Tips to get the Nation Jogging 

According to a recent survey by Sports England, 65% of people have been using exercise to help manage their mental health during this unprecedented year – with as many as 22% of adults running on a weekly basis1 during the previous lockdown. With the imminent