We know what it means to love others, but many of us struggle to understand what it means to love ourselves. Luckily, the experts have us covered.
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As little as one hour of “deliberate physical activity” each week can help your mood.
Science backs up the old saying “It is better to give than to receive.”
We still don’t know why sleep deprivation appears to improve depression symptoms in the short-term.
Are mental health apps really helpful? Or are they just driving us deeper into self-criticism?
After the hectic Christmas holiday, we are no longer distracted from our moods, anxieties, or loneliness, which can come flooding back during the lull.
Failing to treat insomnia in people with depression is argued to raise risk of relapse and slow depression recovery.
For vets, the adrenaline provided during riverboarding is a healthy way to mimic the rush felt in combat.
Want to avoid the Christmas blues? Handle the season in a way that suits you, not everyone else.