But where destigmatisation has paved the road towards acceptance, normalisation seems to be doing the opposite.
Humour helps people let go of the stressful worries and difficulties they face every day.
- Mind & Brain
New Study Shows Neuroplasticity ‘Brain Retraining’ Programme Is an Effective Treatment for Fibromyalgia
A combination of exercises, relaxation techniques, and cognitive approaches have previously been recommended for patients.
Whoever coined the saying, ‘money can’t buy you happiness’ has clearly never had to look at an overdue bill slipped under their door.
- Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy
Studies have long suggested that oxytocin regulates prosocial behaviour such as empathy, trust and bonding.
Quality sleep is so important for so many different aspects of your health and well-being.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
Blue Light Symphony Orchestra has been awarded £10,000 funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund.
Exercise is extremely important for our physical health and ensuring that we live a long and healthy life.
In the mid-2000s, film director and film score composer Nicole Russin-McFarland could not understand why she felt so bad going to university.
- Health & Wellness
New Study Links Arthritic Pain to High Levels of Depression and Anxiety: Could Rose-Hip be the Answer?
A new study highlights a strong link between the persistent pain experienced by arthritis patients and increased suffering from anxiety and depression.
A new well-being centre in the heart of the City will be officially opened by Lord Mayor of the City of London, William Russell.
- Health & Wellness
New Research Highlights Link Between Heartburn and Mental Health: Break the Cycle with 24-Hour Solution
Heartburn can itself be triggered by the effects of mental health, with research showing that those with anxiety were more likely to experience symptoms of heartburn than those without.
There are signs of depression that are prevalent and seen in different intensities among depression victims.
Anxiety occurs when your body’s ‘fight or flight’ defence works continuously.
Suicide among veterans continues to rise despite attempts to prevent it through a host of interventions.