AD | Collaborative post In today’s modern and hectic environment, burnout—a state of ongoing physical and mental exhaustion—is a growing problem. Maintaining general well-being and productivity requires identifying and treating burnout. In this article, we are going to discuss burnout, its signs, and tips to get back your energy. What Is Burnout? Burnout is a condition of mental, emotional, and physical weariness. It often occurs due to severe and ongoing stress at work. Those who suffer from burnout feel overwhelmed, fatigued, and unable to handle the demands of daily life. It goes beyond ordinary fatigue.
Collaborative post Have you been feeling fraught recently? While a little stress can sometimes help you get things done or focus better, an overload may leave you unable to cope and even threaten your long-term health. There’s a lot to feel stressed about in today’s world too, from the ongoing cost-of-living crisis to climate worries. How you manage it can make a big difference to your mental and physical health and important parts of daily life, such as your work and relationships. Of course, there may be medical reasons behind your stress that make it
AD | Post contains PR products Like I’m sure a lot of children do, Erin can sometimes struggle with being able to calm down and to relax at times. I don’t always know what to do to help her but recently, the Mindful Lil Minds breathing meditation buddy has really been helping.
AD | Collaborative post A panic attack is a debilitating condition in which the body’s fight or flight response is in overdrive. For those who have anxiety disorders, panic attacks can strike at any time and leave the sufferer feeling vulnerable and out of control. Reducing the number of panic attacks that occur is a long-term process that often requires psychotherapies and anxiety medications over the counter and prescribed. However, there are a number of strategies that allow one to effectively manage symptoms. Practice Deep Breathing One of the most common symptoms of a panic
We are sold on the idea that being a parent is the best thing in the world, and of course, it is. We love our children. But one thing that isn’t talked about as much is feeling stressed, anxious, and overwhelmed when parenting. After all, it is a lot of responsibility, right?
AD | Collaborative post A child’s mental health is really important to helping them grow and flourish as individuals. A child that isn’t sure what they can do to manage their mental health can potentially fall behind in class or not receive the right support for them to succeed. Fortunately there are plenty of things we can do to help our children – here’s a guide from a private school in London to help you manage your child’s needs.
AD | Collaborative post For such a long time before Christmas our mindset changes. We can spend months getting ready for the big day, shopping and planning festive get togethers. However, January and the time after Christmas can be where we come crashing down and need a bit of a pick me up. I wanted to share some ideas for our how can keep your spirits up during this time and avoid the January blues.
At the beginning of December I went on a weekend away to London with my Mum. It had been something that I’d planned months before and it was my Mum’s Christmas present. I had a hotel booked, theatre tickets and meals out as well as some exploring time. It was also the first weekend away I’d had without John or Erin for about 2 years so I was really looking forward to it. Unfortunately, right at this time Greater Anglia had some horrendous problems with the trains in our area. At about 6pm on the