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5 effective ways to prevent loneliness this winter

6Nov

According to a recent study, lonely people who suffer with heart problems are up to three times more likely to die one year after being hospitalised and discharged. However, it’s not just those with heart problems that are affected. Loneliness … Continue reading

  

How Anxiety Arrived With the Menopause

15Oct

Anxiety is one of the most common symptoms of the menopause, yet it’s not one that is immediately associated with this period of change during a woman’s midlife. When you think of the menopause, you probably think of hot flushes. … Continue reading

  

How to manage stress when applying for medical interviews

8Oct

Applying for medical interviews is an incredibly stressful time for junior doctors. You have to find time to prepare for your interview whilst doing long on-call shifts and nights. Modern medical interviews have become viva exams where you can be … Continue reading

  

Birthdaying With Chronic Illness / Pain

4Sep

Pass the party poppers because it’s time to talk birthdays. Although ageing is one thing we all have in common, birthdays are a different experience for everyone, from a time of celebration or another average day,  to a time of … Continue reading

  

Daily wellbeing practice in setting boundaries for greater self compassion, respect, and happiness

19Aug

🌺🌿💜🤸🏻‍♂️😊🤸🏻‍♀️💜🌿🌺 “Daring to set boundaries is about the courage to love ourselves, even when we risk disappointing others.” – Brene Brown 🌿 I am learning to love and accept who I am right now. It is a practice I have been … Continue reading

  

😳 Anxiety 😳

12Aug

🌺 As a sufferer of Anxiety my whole life, I have learned and practiced some affective strategies that have enabled me to overcome the fear-based personality that was once stopping me from living a happy and free life, and reaching … Continue reading

  

Tips to begin reducing stress, anxiety, and pain, naturally

18Jul

Did you know? 🍃🌸🥬🍫🥜🥑🌸🍃 ———————————- Did you know Magnesium is one of the most important nutrients we require to function? . Magnesium is responsible for over 300 enzyme systems that regulate important biochemical reactions in the body. Its most important … Continue reading

  

Living with Depression

8May

Depression is a severe mental disorder and usually is not taken very seriously. For the majority, depression is almost the same thing as being sad. However, a person with depression knows the difference. Living with depression is one of the … Continue reading

  

Chronic Illness and Eating Disorders

30Apr

Potential trigger(s): Please note I will be talking variables of eating disorders When eating disorders come to mind, for most, people think of the most common like anorexia and bulimia. Eating disorders like these, stem from a psychological disturbance. Whether … Continue reading

  

Ways to Cope with the Struggles of Depression and Anxiety

5Apr

WAYS TO COPE WITH THE STRUGGLES OF DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY According to mental health specialists, depression and anxiety are two disorders that have become an increasing public health problem. In the last several years, numerous studies have concluded that more … Continue reading

  

What is ‘healthy’ when you’re chronically ill?

13Mar

It has been almost eight years since I first started feeling unwell. This was a something that niggled me at first but would go on to engulf my life at the ripe age of 22. I’ve written about my diagnosis … Continue reading

  

Genes & depression, mobile phones & children, meat consumption and talkhealth’s FREE well-being programme’s launched!

8Feb

This week in health (8 February 2019) some of the key stories are summarised below. And to help with your overall health and well-being, we’ve launched mywellbeing this week – a FREE support programme for anyone wanting to improve their physical … Continue reading

  

Chronic Pain and Mental Health

16Jan

When it comes to our physical health problems, it’s important that we also consider our mental wellbeing. As a psychotherapist with a background in Health Psychology, the link between our physical and mental health is always at the forefront of … Continue reading

  

A Natural Approach to Menopause

18Oct

Menopause is not an illness, it’s part of the natural ageing process for every woman. There is no hard and fast rule to managing symptoms as everyone’s experience will be different. Some women may sail through with very few side … Continue reading

  

‘Ask the Expert – stress management’ summed up the feelings of the nation

15Oct

Our monthly series of mental wellbeing sessions continued on Thursday last week (11 October) when we focused on stress management. Jayne Ellis and Teyhou Smyth kindly returned to answer people’s questions on this very sensitive subject. As usual with mental … Continue reading

  

Letting it go.

24Aug

’I give myself permission to feel whatever feelings live below the triggers’- Gabrielle Bernstein. Well hello there, and who may this be you may ask? It’s been three years since I last posted. Let me introduce myself. I’m Saz, I’m … Continue reading

  

The hidden cost of caring

22Aug

In its 2018 Survey of unpaid carers Carers UK states that 72% of unpaid carers in the UK said that they had suffered mental ill health as a result of caring. This carer fatigue or compassion fatigue has been recognised … Continue reading

  

The Gift of Anxiety

13Aug

Generally, anxiety isn’t one of our top-ten on any gratitude lists. It can bring a lot of misery to our days, and often sends us mixed messages about what is safe and what isn’t. It can raise our blood pressure, … Continue reading

  

No News Isn’t Always Good News

20Jul

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Struggling to find a diagnosis in a health system that doesn’t care as much as it should… It’s been exactly six months and three days since I first visited my Rheumatologist with hands that were sore and unable to do … Continue reading

  

We’re all beautiful, even with acne

1Feb

Hey guys, I’m Alice. This is my first blog here on talkhealth. I’ve suffered with acne since I was around 14, and I want to help people going through the same thing. I thought I’d start with a bit of … Continue reading

  

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