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What’s with this new trend of ‘Mindfulness’?

The word is appearing all over the place on social media and in the news. Schools are even incorporating it into their curriculum for students. The latter seem to link it to coping with stress of exams, making career choices and dealing with difficult social issues which often arise in…

Eating Right To Support Your Mental Health

A healthy diet can make a significant difference to how quickly you recover from depression or anxiety.   In fact, eating healthily seems to be just as important for maintaining your mental health as it is for preventing physical health problems.   Research suggests exercise may be as effective as antidepressants at reducing the symptoms of depression…

Spending time with family and friends

Spending time with family and friends is more important than we might think. Research has shown the quality and quantity of individuals' social relationships has been linked not only to mental health but also to both morbidity and mortality.   The research concluded the influence of social relationships on the…

Exercise and Mental Health

January is often considered to be the month with the highest levels of depression following Christmas and the New Year. Is this a myth or is it true? It certainly can feel like a ‘flat’ month after the festive period. Psychiatry and Population Professor at University of Manchester, Nav Kapur,…

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