Sleep improves MEMORY Sleep helps to REPAIR your body Sleep better, PERFORM better Sleep helps to lift your MOOD Sleep helps CREATIVITY Get enough sleep to REDUCE STRESS Sleep sharpens ATTENTION Sleep can LOWER RISK of injury Which one resonates with you the most? Share your experiences by clicking on the image. … More Eight Facts about Sleep
Many people think they can get by with a few hours of sleep but only a few are aware how serious a problem sleep loss really can be. According to the Great British Sleep Survey there are 51.3 per cent of people who have trouble sleeping. Research shows that people suffering from insomnia face … More The sleep issue
Change your mind about stress and your body’s response will change too! Kelly McGonigal is a health psychologist who has rethought her whole approach to stress. She says that people who view their stress response as helpful can deal with physical, emotional and mental challenges better. https://embed.ted.com/talks/kelly_mcgonigal_how_to_make_stress_your_friend
Change means different things to different people – some love the novelty and excitement, while it fills others with fear and anxiety. It’s a cliché, but the one thing that never changes in life is change. Whether we like it or not, it’s impossible to keep things as they are. The cells in our body are … More Making lifestyle changes that last
Did you know that 40 to 45% of adults make one or more New Year’s resolutions each year but research also shows that the percentage of people who maintain new year’s resolutions falls sharply as the weeks go by. The following shows how many of resolutions are maintained as time goes on: * Past … More Motivational conflicts
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?