Aren’t we all busy? Is being stressed became almost a norm in our society? So much of our lives seems to pass by in a blur, running from appointment to appointment, chasing our tails. And we’re reacting like crazy to external events over which we have no control. Stress is something that we all face … More Topic of the month: BEFRIENDING STRESS
Are you someone who gets distracted easily? Have you ever put ‘focus’ or ‘study’ in the search box in YouTube or Spotify and came up with various ‘brainwaves’ music that you could listen to? I regularly use them when I am overwhelmed with a long list of things to do and have no idea where … More Studying for exams? Let music help you
I never heard the term ‘freshers’ flu’ used anywhere other than in the UK. When you start the academic year (or at any time of the year) and feel a bit down, and you have cold symptoms (sneezing, coughing, sore throat, headache, fever, shivering), you know you caught it. There is always a bit of history … More Suffering from freshers’ flu?
Do you remember the last time you had to take an exam? What was it like? I started playing the piano at age 5, and for the next 13 years, I found myself in many situations – such as playing at concerts or competitions – where I had to perform well. In 2004, I … More My story with exam stress
On 1 May 2012 it is World Asthma Day. Asthma (sometimes called bronchial asthma) is characterised by difficulty breathing. Its symptoms, which include coughing, wheezing and chest tightness, are common when sufferers experience an “asthma attack”, but with proper treatment asthmatics (of whom there are more than five million in the UK) can live well. … More A for Allergy and Asthma