Overcoming Fatigue

Overcoming Fatigue

How can lockdown be so tiring? Fatigue can have both physical and non-physical consequences. Following a competition we expect to be tired and know we need a rest- even if we don’t always take one. After exams or a long period of study, we treat ourselves to a...
Wired To Be Kind

Wired To Be Kind

A kind hug may not be available at the moment, but kindness takes many forms. We are seeing displays of kindness in frontline workers and all those involved in the fight against Covid-19 . It may be perceived as an expectation, a part of their job, but there is no...
Take control of your habits

Take control of your habits

Think about the last goal you had, why did you stop working on it? Did you get bored or distracted? Many people say lack of time, maybe work or family commitments as the reason for stopping, but most of us have these challenges, so why is it so hard to stay focused?...
Managing Anxiety

Managing Anxiety

It’s likely if you suffered from anxiety before the Corona virus outbreak, you are having a hard time at the moment. It’s understandable when the situation is constantly changing and there is so much uncertainty.   Along with the threat to health of your loved ones,...
Do you choose productivity over health?

Do you choose productivity over health?

There is no ignoring the fact that how you feel is reflected in your body language, the way you hold yourself and how you interact. And there’s no doubt that how you feel physically impacts on your state of mind. Think about a time when you suffered an injury or...
Suicide- athletes are at risk too

Suicide- athletes are at risk too

Nobody wants to talk about suicide, but then another life is lost in your community and you are reminded that feeling uncomfortable talking about it is worth it, if it saves a life. Suicide is a growing epidemic which is robbing us of our family and friends. Having...
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