Stress & anxiety

Good nutrition is one way to help support the body and mind during periods of stress. In this section of our blog, we look at ways to combat the tiredness that often accompanies chronic, long-term stress, alongside other factors contributing to stress and anxiety.

Taming a busy mind

Taming a busy mind

This week’s blog exploring the topic of our thoughts and busy mind, is written by guest writer and mindfulness coach, ...
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Primary energy - meditation

Primary energy: what is it and how to find it

This week's blog exploring the topic of primary energy is written by guest writer and mindfulness coach, Bev Alderson. A ...
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sleep

The impact of poor sleep

Sleep is a wonderful aspect of life that can often be either an enigma or a non-priority to some people ...
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mental health

Supporting your mental health beyond lockdown

Those who already experience mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression and stress in their lives may feel overwhelmed by ...
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weight loss and diet

Weight loss interventions

It has been discovered that obesity can increase the risk of a severe Covid-19 infection, therefore you are more likely ...
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low back pain

Psychosocial symptoms, chronic low back pain and inflammation | By Kieran MacPhail

Since the turn of the century there has been an increased awareness of psychosocial symptoms in chronic low back pain ...
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taking a breath

Let the breath be your guide

The art of breathing is both innately simple and infinitely complex. Breathing is a critical function that both sparks and ...
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anxiety and depression

Anxiety and depression: The hidden link

Anxiety and depression are common conditions in modern times. With events such as the current Covid-19 crisis exacerbating stress, anxiety ...
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