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

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How to stay calm in 12 common stressful situations

April 18th 2018 / Katie Robertson

When the going gets tough, the tough get going - or at least we can learn how to with these top tips from Life Coach Anna Percy-Davis >>>

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5 reasons why you should be taking probiotics

April 17th 2018 / Vicki Edgson

Nutritionist Vicki Edgson tells us why a daily dose of probiotics are the key to a happy, healthy body >>>

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Elle Macpherson: “After 50, I couldn’t rely on my genes for wellbeing”

April 15th 2018 / Elle Macpherson

Our columnist talks everything belly-related from bloating to gut feelings and why, at 54, a flat stomach involves work but not punishing yourself. Chocolate mousse for breakfast is involved... >>>

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Why we need to stop Googling and start talking about bipolar disorder

April 12th 2018 / Anna Hunter

Mariah Carey this week revealed that she has lived with bipolar disorder for 17 years for fear of being “exposed”. As one of the most Googled health conditions and with 4 million sufferers in the UK, here’s why we all need to get clued up, and open up, about bipolar, whether we’re sufferers or not >>>

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Why the way you eat is causing your stomach issues

April 3rd 2018 / Jillian Lavender

According to Ayurveda, how you eat is just as important as what you’re eating. Jillian Lavender shares her five tips for improving both your digestive and emotional wellbeing >>>

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How to lose mental weight for a lighter, happier mind

March 28th 2018 / Mercedes Sieff

We should be shifting our focus to what's weighing down our minds, not our thighs, says positive psychology coach Mercedes Sieff. Here, she reveals how to lose the extra pounds that really matter >>>

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Why sophrology is set to be the next big wellness trend

March 27th 2018 / Judy Johnson

It’s dubbed ‘the next step’ in meditation, but how can sophrology help you? Sophrologist and author Dominique Antiglio reveals why it might just change your life >>>

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Save, spend, splurge: best buy alarm clocks for every budget

March 23rd 2018 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

From budget to blowout, meet the alarm clocks that are worth getting out of bed for in the morning >>>

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10 sleep rules for new mums - from someone who's been there

March 16th 2018 / Emma Bartley

Sleep deprivation is as debilitating as being drunk. Whether it's insomnia or a baby keeping you awake at night, sleep expert Dr Guy Meadows has given Emma Bartley some tips on coping >>>

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We're in a sleep deprivation epidemic, according to a leading doctor, who fixed his own sleep debt

March 16th 2018 / Victoria Woodhall

Scary thought - even if you're getting eight hours', it might not be the right kind of sleep. On World Sleep Day, Dr Rangan Chattergee reveals what really goes in to waking up refreshed >>>

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7 ways to clear stress from your life

March 15th 2018 / Chloe Brotheridge

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

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Arianna Huffington: “You can have a great social life and sleep well”

March 13th 2018 / Anna Hunter

The Sleep Revolution author shares her nighttime routine, sleep enemies and what needs to change in the workplace to address the modern sleep epidemic >>>

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Liz Earle: “My tech-savvy daughter got me into podcasting - I love it”

March 9th 2018 / Victoria Woodhall

Would you go into business with your mum or daughter? Wellbeing entrepreneur Liz Earle her eldest daughter Lily did - here’s how they made it work >>>

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Why willpower doesn’t work, and what to do instead

March 9th 2018 / Anna Hunter

According to organisational psychologist Benjamin Hardy, “willpower is nothing more than a dangerous fad that’s bound to lead to failure.” So if willpower doesn’t help us to achieve our goals, what does? >>>

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The women in wellness who have inspired us

March 8th 2018 / Judy Johnson

To celebrate International Women's Day, the glossy posse are shining the spotlight on the women of the wellness industry who have made a difference to their lives >>>

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The KonMari Method: 10 top tidying tips from Marie Kondo

March 7th 2018 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

She's a bestselling author and has a new Netflix series on the subject on the way. Make tidying more of a joy than a chore with our favourite tips from the organisational guru's Instagram >>>

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Lily Pebbles: “I don’t put rainbows on things- I’m a realist friend”

March 5th 2018 / Anna Hunter

On the week of the release of her first book, all about the importance of female friendship, we speak to one of the UK’s biggest bloggers about making new friends as an adult, cherishing old pals and what to do when a friendship situation gets awkward… >>>

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The best wellness advice our mums ever gave us

March 3rd 2018 / Judy Johnson

Our mums know us better than anyone - so what does she tell us to do when it comes to looking after our mental and physical wellbeing? The GTG team share the motherly advice that really made a difference >>>

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34% of us can’t identify a single symptom of an eating disorder

February 26th 2018 / Anna Hunter

The average eating disorder sufferer waits for three and a half years before seeking treatment, and the general public is often oblivious as to the signs of killer illnesses. Here’s why signs and symptoms aren’t always as you’d assume… >>>

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The best health, fitness and wellness festivals to go to this year

February 26th 2018 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Step aside Glasto - there’s a new line-up taking centre stage and they offer everything from sunrise yoga to meditation and gong baths >>>

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Xenia Tchoumi - “If you start, you’re halfway there”

February 22nd 2018 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Digital entrepreneur, fashion influencer and public speaker Xenia, talks all things tech, success and being your own boss with us >>>

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Money and mental health: ways to ‘self-care’ your spending

February 21st 2018 / Anna Hunter

Saluting the sun and putting on a sheet mask are all very well, but given that money is the biggest weight on many of our minds, applying the principles of ‘self-care’ to our finances will boost wellbeing more significantly than any bubble bath can. We’re not saying it’s easy, mind… >>>

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Amanda Byram: "I was fit in an unhealthy way and would exercise just to burn calories"

February 20th 2018 / Susannah Taylor

TV presenter, PT, healthy-living devotee and fitness wear entrepreneur Amanda Byram talks about discovering 'healthy fitness' in her forties, Instagram anxiety and starting a business from scratch >>>

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Night time anxiety: how to stop worry from wrecking your sleep

February 19th 2018 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Waking up in the middle of the night is a nightmare in itself, but what do you do when you can’t fall back to sleep again? 3am waker Ayesha Muttucumaru seeks advice on her chronic case of 'pre-dawn panic' >>>

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5 lessons for modern life from the Chinese art of self-care, Yang Sheng

February 16th 2018 / Katie Brindle

If you suffer from 'stress face', poor digestion and plain old overload these simple tweaks and one-minute rituals from Yang Sheng expert Katie Brindle will not only improve your day but support your health and wellbeing long-term >>>

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