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Escape a holiday health slump

Have you ever geared up for a holiday only to arrive and fall unwell? Word has it: "Leisure Sickness" is a phrase first used by Dutch psychologist Ad Vingerhiets. Whilst there is not a huge amount of research on this it could be that the statistics remain low and it...

The Arts and positive Mental Health

Word has it: Activities like painting, dancing and creativity could help in addressing society's pleasure-seeking obsessions and boost mental health and behaviour when it comes to our overall health. As a society, we look for quick happiness hits like gambling,...

“Bottoms up” H20!

Lent has been and gone - it meant something different to each of us. For some it’s the chocolate and the Easter eggs. For Christians there is the religious importance and the celebration of new life. For believers and non-believers perhaps lent was a time for fasting...

How to Stress Best

Stress as most of us know it is portrayed negatively and for good reason when we look at the adverse side affects and the statistics that support it. "In 2015/2016 Stress accounted for 37% of all work related ill health" HSE Actually not all stress is bad and is key...

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