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Depression is today’s leading cause of “disability” and a spreading epidemic across the globe. 1 in 5 adults in UK suffer from Depression, with women in middle-age being at highest risk. About 55,000 suicides occur across Europe every year, which means that a death occ...

March 20, 2018

Scientists attest there is a powerful direct connection between the brain and the gut (which is also called the ‘second brain’). There is a network of neurons that line our gut and responds to emotions, which is why we tend to feel butterflies in the stomach, or nausea...

February 24, 2018

We are not born feeling inadequate. Life experiences and emotions create that sense within us in a variety of creative ways. For example, when we were little and we felt afraid or anxious, our mind told us something was wrong with us, not with our environment.

February 1, 2018

I struggled from anxiety that led to self-harm, triggered by low self-esteem, bullying, family problems and bereavement. I never felt like I fitted in anywhere, I floated from group to group, feeling like an outsider and contently blended into the background. Alcohol g...

January 19, 2018

When we think of  how to improve wellbeing yoga, mindfulness or meditation may immediately spring to mind - but can there be more? We all love a beautiful story well told but can there be benefits to our wellbeing from just grabbing some popcorn and watching a film?

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