Coronavirus: Spike in  football players seeking mental health support

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The Heads Up mental health campaign was launched in February helped by the Duke of Cambridge. It follows a spike in the number of football players seeking mental health support since the start of the lockdown. Compared with last years figures of 653 players accessing support this first quarter has more »

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Rises in mental health problems linked with Universal Credit

A recent study has linked a spike in reported mental health problems amongst the unemployed with the continued rollout of government welfare reforms such as Universal Credit   The numbers reporting psychological distress rose some 6.6% between 2013 and 2018. The percentage represents an extra 63, 674 individuals in England, more ¬ª

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Remedies to Fight Stress and Anxiety

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Anxiety is a normal response to stress and can help us out of a dangerous situation. But it can also be a disabling condition. Stress feeds negative emotions such as anxiety and depression. Typically, individuals seek psychiatric treatment which often comprises a mixture of talking therapies and medications. For some, more »

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Protecting Your Brain From Stress

Stress Management Can Protect Your Brain Typically, related to cognitive problems and a higher risk of developing Dementia and Alzheimer‚Äôs disease   It is not uncommon to feel forgetful and disorganised when stressed but over a long period of time stress may change your brain which can affect memory. Studies more ¬ª

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Massage is good for physical and mental wellness

Net Wellness recommends that massage can be used to increase circulation, enhance the immune system, promote nervous function, reduce blood pressure, relieve muscle tension and pain, improve mood, intellectual reasoning and job performance. Some clients just come for a bit of papering but many come with a specific problem relating more »

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