If you're a sufferer of anxiety; bear in mind that you really aren’t alone, despite how isolated you may be feeling. There are millions of people around the world who try and cope with their mental health on a day-to-day basis. Here are the top tips for dealing with anxiety at university.
As a student or newbie to the world of work, it can be easy to rush through life due to the stress of deadlines. It can be hard to pause, take a breath, and notice the things around you as well as your own emotions and thoughts. Here are some morning habits to keep you mindful and productive all day.
Internship is the nascent stage of professional life; if completed successfully, it acts as a springboard for upcoming future success and achievements for interns.
While mild to moderate doses of coffee are harmless, excessive coffee consumption can result in health defects including muscle spasms, anxiety and potentially osteoporosis. But don’t fear, there are coffee alternatives which deliver a similar punch of energy.
Do you feel like your health and fitness have slipped since starting your new job? If you do, then read these ways to keep fit and healthy during your new job.
Millennials are considered an anxious generation, which is often attributed to an obsession with technology, overbearing parents and the stress that comes with trying to fit into a social media-driven world.
According to a recent report, 27% of students have suffered with mental health problems. Among females, this number rises to 34% and for LGBT+ people the rate is a staggering 45%.
It’s a bit of a cliché: uni students live off pasta and ready meals, and have to Google the simplest culinary questions. While it may be cheaper to survive on a veg-less diet, sooner or later your body will be complaining about it even more than your mum would (if she knew).
To avoid living up to the student reputation of instant noodles and beans on toast, here are a few exciting and tasty dinner recipes that are quick to make and guaranteed to make your flatmates jealous.
What food do you think of when you imagine student living? Kebabs, chips, pot noodles? Cheap and cheerful, but not all that healthy.