How to support memory function and remember the good times

18 May, 2022 . by Erica

We spend years making memories, so we want to hold on to them as long as we can. Here’s how to support memory function.

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Feeling a bit ‘blah’? You could be languishing

9 May, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

After a tough few years, most of us have probably felt a bit “meh” at times. Here’s how to tell if you are languishing and what you can do to…

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How to beat 5 common stress triggers

30 April, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

Whether it’s lack of time, work or financial pressures, there are common triggers that send our stress levels rising. Here’s how to deal with them.

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The best tech to track your stress levels

29 April, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

Wearable technology can help boost fitness, optimise sleep and dissect our diets. Now it’s also being used to help monitor and ease stress.

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7 tips to help you cope with bad news

18 April, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

Tired of seeing too much trauma on your daily bulletin? Here’s how to handle bad news fatigue and make it less overwhelming.

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What causes panic attacks and what can you do about them? 

29 March, 2022 . by Erica

Panic attacks can trigger extreme fear, and even feel life-threatening. But this common mental health condition is treatable.

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The beauty of boredom and how to embrace it

21 March, 2022 . by Erica

If you’ve ever experienced that feeling of being mind-numbingly bored, you’re not alone – but is this emotion really a bad thing?

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Happy vibes: healthy ways to boost your dopamine

19 March, 2022 . by Erica

It’s the feel-good chemical that leads to happiness and joy. But what is dopamine and why do we need it?

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Hot girl walk: The exercise craze empowering women

26 January, 2022 . by Erica

It’s the TikTok trend more than 60 million people are talking about and here are some of the reasons you should try it.

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Can meditating for five minutes make you feel better?

21 December, 2021 . by Erica

There’s increasing evidence that meditation is good for you. But can you reap the rewards without devoting hours of your time to it?

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