December is notorious for being the darkest and gloomiest time in the Northern hemisphere, so we’ve collected all our best resources on self-care rituals, tips for emotional and mental well-being, and ways to cope with stress and overwhelm.
Let’s dive in!
Think eating pizza is bad? Wait until you find out what stress does to you. Sure, it triggers us and causes us to overeat (or undereat), but it does so much more than that. If you want to get healthier, you not only have to cut out a bad diet, you also have to cut out stress — or learn how to cope with it better.
In this article, we’re going to take a look at the effect stress and a bad diet has on our bodies, as well as ways you can remove as much stress and overwhelm from your life as possible.
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Now, more than ever, it’s super important that you look after your mental well-being. As well as being aware of the role a bad diet plays in creating stress, it’s a smart idea to clue yourself up on the good stuff you should be eating.
Because here’s the thing: Just like the bad fats found in hamburgers can cause depression, there are lots of wondrous foods that improve our mood and overall mental well-being. In this article, we’re going to take a look at some of the best ones.
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Mental health has been a hot topic in recent times (finally), and we need to be grateful for that. Because in 2020, those suffering from mental health problems need more help and advice than ever: in the wake of the coronavirus, a huge percentage of the world has suddenly been thrust into quarantine, and ‘self-isolation’ made its way into our everyday lexicon.
If you are deeply worried about how self-isolation is going to take its toll on your mental health, grab yourself a beverage and join us, for today we take a look at a few things you can do to make the whole situation easier on you.
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When it comes to our health, setting goals is a great way to motivate us to stay on track. But the problem is that sometimes our goals are too ambitious and hard to maintain! As a result, when our goals are too out there, or when we simply don’t know how to set them, we give up and return to our old habits.
If 2020 — the most dramatic of years — has sidetracked your health goals somewhat, join us as I take a look at achievable health goals you can put into action for the rest of this year.