On World Suicide Prevention Day: What You Can Do to Help Save a Life

By Amy Taylor on September 11, 2014

September 8-14 is National Suicide Prevention Week. And during this time, local organisations, mental health practitioners and related professionals make collective efforts to reduce the rate of suicide through awareness campaigns. Just recently, the World Health Organisation (WHO) released a report about the alarming rate of suicide. According to their find [Read More…]

Social Support & Positive Mindset are Critical for Diabetics, Experts Say

By Lisa Franchi on September 11, 2014

New research suggests people living with diabetes experience distinct emotional, psychological, and social challenges –issues that are often overshadowed by attention to medical concerns. Although diabetes is a disease that affects someone for a lifetime, researchers from Penn State College of Medicine discovered quality of life can be improved if a [Read More…]

Keeping Balance: 5 Smart Ways for the Busy Pros

By Rebecca Lewis on September 11, 2014

We all come to a point wherein life gets so busy that we almost forget to take care of ourselves. However, if you don’t do something about it, all aspects of your life will suffer. You will find yourself constantly stressed, less aware of the present moment, lacking focus, and caught up in worries – all these make your life miserable and less sat [Read More…]

7 Facts about Insomnia You Ought to Know

By Amy Taylor on September 10, 2014

More and more studies are pointing out the importance of sleep and the harmful effects when we don’t get enough of it. Sleep insufficiency is widely linked to chronic health issues like heart disease, stroke and obesity, as well as vehicular accidents. Sleep problems are also a major cause of productivity loss among employees. Sleep is essential to yo [Read More…]

Taking Short Breaks May Counter Negative Effects of Sitting, Researchers Say

By Lisa Franchi on September 10, 2014

Researchers from the Indiana University found that even short breaks, such as slow walks, can reverse the harm caused to leg arteries during three hours of prolonged sitting. A growing body of research suggests that sitting for long periods of time, like many people do daily at their jobs, is associated with risk factors such as higher cholesterol levels an [Read More…]

5 Sure-fire Ways to Be Unhappy (That You’re Probably Doing Now)

By Rebecca Lewis on September 10, 2014

Happiness – it’s our summum bonum. We work hard, strive hard at work, in school and in all other aspects of life because we want to be happy, and make those we love happy as well. Still, even though most of us want to be happy, we often (subconsciously and consciously) do things that result to unhappiness. If you’re tired of being happy o [Read More…]

OCD Sufferers & Their Children at High Risk of Schizophrenia, Research Finds

By Amy Taylor on September 09, 2014

People with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), as well as their children, are at significantly greater risk for developing schizophrenia and schizophrenia spectrum disorders later in life, according to a new study. Researchers from Aarhus University, Denmark, analysed data of 3 million people born between 1955 and 2006. Of the more than 16,200 people who [Read More…]

Dealing with Unreasonable and Controlling People

By Sharon Moore on September 09, 2014

People with controlling and aggressive personalities are almost everywhere. We can find them in the workplace, at school, and sometimes, even in our own homes. And really, it is not easy to deal with them. Whether it’s a family member, a co-worker or your boss – highly aggressive and challenging people can turn a seemingly good day into a stressf [Read More…]

5 Negative Behaviours that Hold You Back from Succeeding

By Rebecca Lewis on September 09, 2014

Success – it’s something that we all want – something that we all work hard for. Something that we wish we could have so easily. But just like all the good things. Success doesn’t come in a snap. Before we can reach it, we are bound to face tons of challenges and difficulties. It may take many, many years before we get a taste of it. [Read More…]

Mindfulness Practise to De-clutter Your Mind

By Amy Taylor on September 08, 2014

In this fast-paced world, juggling work and your personal life, and all other demands and pressures –can feel really overwhelming. If you’re like most people, there isn’t a single hour that you do nothing but relax and unwind. No matter how hard you try, you probably are stuck in a plethora of work and personal obligations that the only tim [Read More…]

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