The NHS 5 Ways to Wellbeing are a set of evidence based guidelines aimed at promoting mental and emotional wellness.
The worry tree is a cognitive-behavioural technique used to manage and change negative thinking patterns, particularly related to excessive worrying and anxiety.
The Spoon Theory is a metaphorical concept used to explain the limited amount of energy or ‘spoons’ that individuals with chronic illnesses or disabilities have each day.
In the journey of life, experiencing low mood is a common challenge many of us face. Whether it’s triggered by stress, uncertainty, or various life circumstances, it’s important to acknowledge these feelings and seek ways to overcome them. In our latest article, we delve into the depths of low mood, offering understanding and actionable strategies to help you rise above.
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Stress is a constant factor in most peoples lives; from small day-to-day stresses to bigger life-changing stresses, yet it manifests itself in various forms. Understanding the diverse ways stress can reveal itself is crucial for maintaining mental and physical well-being. Here are a few of the way that stress might manifest itself and signs you […]
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In the ebb and flow of daily life, stress is a constant companion. Imagine a metaphorical vessel—the stress bucket—into which life pours its challenges and pressures. Every demand, from work to relationships to health, adds to this bucket.
Feeling overwhelmed or anxious? The 54321 grounding technique can help bring you back to the present moment and calm your mind.
When stressors pile up, finding a moment of calm can make all the difference. Enter box breathing, a powerful technique to center yourself and reduce anxiety.
Anxiety can feel like a storm brewing within, tossing our thoughts and emotions into turmoil. Yet, amidst the chaos, there are tools we can wield to find calm and regain control.