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Has The Pandemic Affected Your Mental Health?

Has The Pandemic Affected Your Mental Health?

The number of self-reported mental health issues has increased since the beginning of the pandemic, with the number of adults experiencing some form of depression rising from 19% in June 2020, to 21% by the third lockdown (December 2020 to March 2021). We look at how the pandemic has affected, and still continues to affect, daily life, and how this is linked to a national rise in mental health issues....

Mental Health And Motherhood: Why Mums Need More Support

Mental Health And Motherhood: Why Mums Need More Support

Perinatal mental illnesses affect 10 to 20% of women during pregnancy or in the first year after giving birth. In this blog post, we explore the different perinatal mental health issues that new mothers may face, as well as the causes, how to help, and more. ...

Loneliness and Mental Health – What To Do If You Feel Lonely At Work

Loneliness and Mental Health – What To Do If You Feel Lonely At Work

We often associate loneliness with the elderly or those who have undergone bereavement; however, while this is often true for people in these circumstances, loneliness is not exclusive to these groups. Often, it can affect those with busy lives, high flying jobs and buzzing social circles....

Getting Help For Alcohol Dependency

If you, or someone you know, is struggling with alcohol addiction, now may be a particularly difficult time. With the pandemic restrictions easing, retail and hospitality venues are once again reopening after lockdown, and these new freedoms may trigger those with dependencies. However, it is important to remember that help is available to support you in navigating the easing of lockdown without the consumption of alcohol. We explore the options for support, and advice about how to stay on the road to recovery as lockdown restrictions ease....

Bipolar & Suicidal Thoughts: Are Those With Bipolar Disorder At Risk Of Suicide?

Bipolar disorder affects around one million people in the UK alone. It is a serious mental illness which can greatly impact the lifestyle of the sufferer, as well as those around them. In light of world Bipolar Day on March 30th, we look at bipolar disorder and the risk of suicide, including the signs to look out for and when to seek help....

COVID-19 And Missing School: Looking After Your Child’s Mental Health

COVID-19 And Missing School: Looking After Your Child's Mental Health

Across the nation and the world, the pandemic has had far-reaching effects that expand way beyond the physical impact of the virus itself. Health anxiety, social isolation, financial difficulties and other issues resulting from the pandemic have affected many adults across the world – but what do we know about the consequences on our children’s mental health?...

How To Boost Your Mental Wellbeing This Christmas

We have put together a guide to boosting your mental wellbeing over Christmas. These are tips that can hopefully help you reduce low and negative moods, and keep you safe during the festive period....

Loneliness And Lockdown: What To Do If You Feel Lonely

Loneliness And Lockdown: What To Do If You Feel Lonely

The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have been felt all over the world, from the physical to the emotional and mental. What’s happening in the world at the moment is a lot for anyone to process. A recent report from the Red Cross Life after lockdown: Tackling loneliness among those left behind, has found that 41% of UK adults report feeling lonelier since lockdown, up from 1 in 5 before, and a third of adults haven’t had a meaningful conversation in the last week. Read on to find out what to do if you feel lonely. ...

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