Depression affects you and your life in so many ways. In a similar way, you need to consider anything and everything in your life that affects your wellbeing to truly get better.
We all want to be happier but do you actually know how to increase your happiness long-term? Positive psychology looks at exactly that and offers research-based explanations and advice. The answers are surprising!
We all want definite answers and easy solutions. But when it comes to mental health, this approach can keep us stuck. The magic bullet solution doesn’t really exist. It’s a whole combination of things that got us ill and that will make us well again.
Yoga is an ancient practice that’s still practised by millions all around the world. It connects body, mind and spirit and is just so helpful when you’re trying to switch off your over-busy mind.
I’ve just come back from a fascinating two day summit on nutritional psychiatry. Researchers and experienced psychiatrists as well as nutritionists were all sharing key insights on how to support brain and mental health nutritionally. Let me share some of those with you in this post!
I’m about to head off to London for a two day event on Nutritional Psychiatry with international speakers talking about the connection between nutrition and mental health. This post, part one, is all about what nutritional psychiatry is and offers basic recommendations to boost your mood with food.