Caring for the emotional well-being of a person with cancer can be both rewarding and challenging. Learn more on the best practices, tools and techniques shared by Marisa Peer and Katrina Roads, who have both survived cancer and now dedicate their lives to helping others.
Exercise makes you feel good because it releases chemicals like endorphins and serotonin that improve your mood. With regular exercise and mindfulness, this can help to reduce stress, and symptoms of mental health conditions like depression and anxiety.
Good nutrition is key to maintaining a healthy mind. Eating a diet that’s rich in protein, vegetables, essential oils and fats can support both the short and long-term function of the brain. As it is an energy-intensive organ, using around 20% of the body’s calories, we need plenty of good fuel to maintain concentration throughout the day.
If you missed my interview with School for Mothers, here’s your chance to listen again. Find out why I can’t stand rewarding achievement, my go-to process when supporting others and my lessons on how society is teaching us to feel unworthy. Plus a whole host more topics you won’t want to miss…
As individuals, we often set goals to improve our physical health, but we can at times fail to improve our wellness with regards to our mental and emotional state. Use this article as a guide to develop and improve your mental health.
A lack of quality sleep can hinder your alertness and quality of life while awake, as anyone with sleeping issues already knows. For people struggling with sleep problems and insomnia, hypnosis may help bring calmness for you to sleep well again.