Our busy lives are causing a mental health crisis, with 1 in 4 people in England experiencing some kind of mental health issue every year, according to MIND UK. Stress, anxiety, and depression are on the rise, so it is more important than ever to look after your mental wellbeing and make it a priority.
We all know that fuzzy feeling we get after a bad night’s sleep. Not getting enough rest leaves us tired, irritable, and less able to cope with the stresses of our daily lives. But sleep is important for more than just our mood. It can also have serious consequences for our physical and mental health.
Winter may be the season of good cheer in the northern hemisphere, but it also the season of coughs, colds, and flu. That’s even before coronavirus came onto the scene. Your immune system is working overtime at this time of year, fighting off infections and helping to keep you healthy. So you need to take […]
Vitamin D has been big news recently. This powerful nutrient has numerous benefits for our health; building stronger bones, boosting our immune systems, and possibly even helping to reduce the risk of cancer and heart attacks. But according to the NHS, most of us don’t get enough, especially in the winter months.