Microbreaks, as the name suggests, are short breaks that last for just a few minutes.
The “comfort zone” refers to a safe space where our stress and anxiety levels are not exacerbated by external stressors from the outside world.
Contrary to popular belief, stress isn’t always bad. In moderate amounts, stress can make you more productive and efficient.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
Back at Work and on the Verge of a Breakdown: Therapist Outlines 8 Steps to Put the Brakes on Excessive Stress
Melissa Day outlines eight steps to take if you feel you’re on the verge of an emotional breakdown.
Almost half of newly-engaged couples, 45%, have admitted not knowing where to start when it comes to their wedding planning.
Have you ever been captivated by a horror film? Despite the fear and anxiety it evokes, there’s a pull that keeps you watching.
The rail industry is the backbone of modern society, ensuring that people and goods move efficiently across the country.
Dementia is a condition that affects millions of people worldwide, causing a decline in cognitive function and impacting daily life.
- Business & Industry
You may have heard the term “quiet quitting”, as it has been quite a (negative) trend at many workplaces in recent times.
In a world that often feels like a rollercoaster of emotions, laughter can be a surprising yet effective coping mechanism.
The all-too-common experience of burnout has evolved into a pervasive problem in today’s fast-paced world, affecting countless people from all walks of life.
Some seek solace in medical interventions, while others find refuge in a belief system or a higher power. But how exactly does belief serve as an elixir for the mind?
Anxiety disorders have been a part of the human experience for as long as we can remember.
Remote work often comes with the expectation of constant availability. The absence of a traditional 9-to-5 schedule can lead to longer working hours.
No matter how careful you are, you can still become the victim of a car accident through no fault of your own.