Mental Health

Read the latest features on all things mental health, from advice on anxiety and depression to personal experiences of mental illness and the experts and remedies that can help boost your mental wellbeing


Adrenal fatigue: are you suffering?

November 27th 2016 / Anna Hunter

It’s not a proven medical condition, but if you’re constantly stressed, overtired or run down, it could be that adrenal fatigue has set in. Here’s your guide to what to look out for, and how to handle it… >>>

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Brand You: why you should always say yes to networking (even if you're terrified)

November 20th 2016 / Phanella Mayall Fine

Even a latte and a chat could kick start your next career move, say the Step Up Club's Phanella Mayall Fine and Alice Olins. After all, 75% of jobs are found via networks. Here's how to lose the fear of networking and work the contacts you already have >>>


The healthy habit diaries: the final entry

November 20th 2016 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Our 66 days are up. Did we succeed and make our new habits stick? Read on to find out >>>


Are you a self-care saboteur?

November 15th 2016 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Do you ever feel guilty about putting yourself first? You’re not alone. For Self-Care Week, we asked the experts for their top tips for putting a stop to your self-care sabotaging ways >>>

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Elle Macpherson: how I keep winter bugs and weight gain at bay

November 13th 2016 / Elle Macpherson

Put cayenne pepper on your shopping list, says the model and wellbeing entrepreneur who has winter wellness down to a fine art >>>


SAD: the experts’ toolbox for boosting your happiness levels

November 13th 2016 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Are you suffering from seasonal affective disorder? We asked a troupe of wellness pros for their top tools and tips >>>

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Who, What, Hair: do you have trichotillomania?

November 9th 2016 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Are you pulling out your hair because of stress? In the first of my GTG hair care columns, I find out the truth about TTM and hair loss and the best ways to overcome it >>>


Jazz Carlin: “I celebrated with a big slice of pizza and ice cream”

November 7th 2016 / Anna Hunter

From pre-training bagels to staying positive through illness, here’s how double Olympic silver medallist Jazz Carlin maintains fighting form in the pool >>>


Virgin Trains launches world’s first onboard mindfulness channel

November 2nd 2016 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Is there such a thing as a stress-free train journey? Now yes, thanks to a new partnership between the Mental Health Foundation and Virgin Trains >>>


Save, spend, splurge: alarm clocks

November 2nd 2016 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Feeling fatigued with the clocks going back? From budget to blowout, meet the alarm clocks that are worth getting out of bed for in the morning >>>


7 ways to clear stress from your life

November 2nd 2016 / Chloe Brotheridge

Feeling stressed out and overwhelmed? Here's the expert guide to calming down for good >>>


Is it time to say yes to stress? It could actually be good for you...

November 1st 2016 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Have we all been going about stress management completely wrong? We asked the experts for their advice for seeing stress as our friend and no longer our foe >>>


12 anti-stress scents guaranteed to help you relax and unwind

November 1st 2016 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

For some calm amidst the chaos, look no further than these blissful candles, aromatherapy oils, pillow sprays and body products >>>


How four high flyers have dealt with stressful moments

November 1st 2016 / Anna Hunter

From taking up a hobby to changing career or making a big move, here’s how four women have tackled stress in their own way >>>


Shelf help: The Art of Breathing

October 28th 2016 / Victoria Woodhall

Take a deep breath - a simple and stylish new book by international bestselling mindfulness author Dr Danny Penman will help you breathe yourself calm >>>

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Mindfulness and meditation - what's the difference and which one do you need?

October 28th 2016 / Victoria Woodhall

Mindfulness has taken the world by storm as a smartphone-accessible treatment for mental overload and a tool to help us be calmer and clearer. Is it the same as meditation? Victoria Woodhall finds out >>>


How to ‘hygge’ your workplace

October 26th 2016 / Anna Hunter

With the clocks going back imminently, there’s no better time to bring a bit of Scandi cosiness into the office. Here’s how to ‘hygge’ your working day, from morning commute to home time >>>


How to deal with the anxiety attack hangover

October 21st 2016 / Judy Johnson

Panic attacks are hard enough at the time, but what about that sense of feeling completely drained once it’s over? Judy Johnson finds out how to recover >>>

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Brand You: work hard, sleep well (yes you can do both)

October 16th 2016 / Alice Olins / Phanella Mayall Fine

Poor sleep is a guaranteed performance killer - and work stress the ultimate sleep disrupter. This month, our career columnists Alice Olins and Phanella Mayall Fine reveal their five-point plan for staying well rested and resilient >>>

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Elle Macpherson: how I look after myself when life gets hectic

October 12th 2016 / Elle Macpherson

Six countries in two weeks, another new business and a demanding family life - no wonder GTG columnist Elle Macpherson uses strategies for stress management. This month she explains what works for her >>>


The healthy habit diaries: entry 2

October 11th 2016 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

From digital detoxing to going to the gym, more water to more walking, how has the Glossy Posse fared in sticking to their healthy habit challenges? The results have been mixed... >>>


What to say, and what not to say, to someone suffering from anxiety

October 10th 2016 / Anna Hunter

A helpful anxiety phrasebook, devised by those in the know >>>


Hormonal contraception and depression: what now?

October 10th 2016 / Anna Hunter

A recent study revealed a significant association between some forms of hormonal contraception and depression, but should we act on the news, and if so, how? >>>


Coming clean: why we need to talk about OCD

October 10th 2016 / Gemma Painter

Gemma Painter has suffered from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder since the age of nine. It took her more than 20 years to seek help. In this moving and honest account of living with the condition, she aims to open up the conversation about this secretive and poorly understood illness >>>


Could you benefit from CBT?

October 10th 2016 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

It’s been proven effective for anxiety and other mental health problems, but what exactly is cognitive behavioural therapy? In support of Mental Health Day, we found out the facts you need to know >>>

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