10 Recommended Apps for mental health issues like anxiety, depression and stress more… Given that most people have a mobile phone or atleast has access to a mobile phone, it is good to use this technology as another tool to benefit and aid your mental health. Below is a list of free apps that include
The word meditation is often associated with some type of religious practice, but meditation is so much more than this and everyone is able to experience the benefits. To put it simply, meditation practice is defined by the Medical dictionary, is a practice of concentration focus upon a sound, object, visualization, the breath, movement, or
It is common for people to associate Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), previously known as ADD as effecting children however even if you weren’t diagnosed with ADHD as a child, ADHD can affect people in their adulthood. If you are constantly late, disorganised, forgetful, trouble concentrating, staying focused or overwhelmed from your responsibilities and you
Journaling has been described as a “voyage of the interior” because it gives us a way of expressing ourselves and takes away some of the mental pressures of the mind. When writing we use the left side of the brain which governs logical thinking (analytical and rational), whilst the left brain is occupied this frees
Relying on our ‘gut instincts’ is a familiar saying but recent research is suggesting there may be some truth to this. The state of our gut affects how we are feeling and thinking as the gut has an intimate relationship with the brain which is why the gut is also known as the ‘second brain’.
When thinking about grief it common to associate grief to the loss of a loved one, but grief can be experienced at other times such as: Divorce or relationship breakup Loss of health Losing a job Loss of finances A miscarriage Retirement Death of a pet Loss of hopes and dreams A loved one’s serious