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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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On the face of it: when I add up the cost of my anxiety ...

May 19th 2019

Time, money, education and career opportunities - when you suffer from anxiety and panic attacks, the cost isn’t just emotional, says Madeleine Spencer >>>

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How ‘body neutrality’ can help if you’re not feeling great about your body

May 16th 2019 / Pandora Paloma

If you’re struggling with body image issues, the concept of body positivity can be hard to get on board with. Here’s how a new way of thinking could be the key to accepting yourself - rolls, cellulite, warts and all >>>

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The sleep set that’s meant for babies (but helped us sleep like one)

May 13th 2019 / Anna Hunter

It’s a three step bedtime routine kit that’s aimed at kids but had a nigh on miraculous effect on our sleep habits. Whether you want your little one to nod off or need help yourself, here’s why this is a worth a shot… >>>

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I lost 7lbs on a panchakarma detox retreat - and found my sanity

May 12th 2019 / Beatrice Aidin

The upset and stress of her father's Alzheimer's was taking its toll on writer Beatrice Aidin. Could an Ayurvedic detox help her regain her emotional strength? Oil enemas, herbal eye washes and saltwater up the nose, here's how she fared >>>

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Readers’ Edit: your most-wanted summer fashion and beauty buys

May 11th 2019 / Jessica Morgan

From flattering midi-skirts to cult-favourite skincare and the genius makeup bag you never knew you needed, this is what you've been buying >>>

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Why meditation is the new caffeine

May 1st 2019 / Victoria Woodhall

We might think caffeine is a great productivity tool, but it's actually masking what we really need, and that's rest. Think you haven't got time in your day for that? This new book might just change your mind >>>

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Why barre workouts are the missing link in your fitness routine

April 29th 2019 / Anna Hunter

Barre workouts are all the rage in the the US and they deserve to be over here too according to expert trainers. We bust the myths about barre, explain its strengthening power and examine why it gets results so fast >>>

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Carine Roitfeld launches 7 luxury fragrances inspired by seven lovers

April 26th 2019 / Jessica Morgan

After a successful career in fashion the former French Vogue editor has turned her gaze to the world of fragrance >>>

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Are crystals the next best thing in skincare?

April 24th 2019 / Jessica Morgan

They have been part of ancient healing rituals for years and now they have become a celebrity favourite. From diamonds to rubies and sapphire to rose quartz, skincare brands are incorporating crystal healing powers into their formulas. >>>

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This is the best belly-busting workout to do this weekend

April 19th 2019 / Jessica Morgan

After a weekend of excess, treat yourself to a 20-minute fat-burning ab workout with YouTube star and yogi Adriene Mishler >>>

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How to spot PMDD, the severe form of PMS that isn’t “normal”

April 17th 2019 / Anna Hunter

90% of PMDD cases go undiagnosed yet it affects 1 in 20 women and causes symptoms ranging from painful cramps to dizziness and even suicidal thoughts. Here’s how to recognise it and two sufferers’ experiences of PMDD >>>

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On The Face Of It: Why I’m changing my mind on unisex changing rooms

April 11th 2019 / Madeleine Spencer

We're seeing more of them in leisure centres and shops. But, asks Madeleine Spencer, does that mean people will be seeing more of us? >>>

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Oprah Winfrey: things we learnt from her new book ‘The Path Made Clear’

April 8th 2019 / Jessica Morgan

Ever wondered how to navigate that complicated thing called life? Well, Auntie Oprah is here to offer all her wisdoms to ensure we're living our best lives. This is what we learnt from her new book. >>>

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Poppy Jamie on why abandoning the idea of perfection will help reduce stress and anxiety

April 8th 2019 / Jessica Morgan

Experts in the UK have called the current mental health crisis an epidemic. But what are people doing to de-stress? We met with entrepreneur and former TV host, Poppy Jamie, to talk about her millennial mindfulness app, Happy Not Perfect, and why she thinks perfection is the enemy of happiness >>>

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

April 3rd 2019 / 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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Work-related stress? Here's how to beat the most common problems

April 2nd 2019 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

From tricky bosses to major screw ups, we’ve all been there. We asked a careers coach for the best ways to combat stress when work gets rough… >>>

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Millennials are listening to classical music to de-stress and this is why

April 1st 2019 / Jessica Morgan

Feeling stressed, tired, or close to burn out? Sound healing is proven to lower stress hormones and high blood pressure. Here are the tracks you need to decompress >>>

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"I'm a nutritionist and I spend £263 a month on wellbeing"

April 1st 2019 / Lily Soutter

Healthy brunches, lunches, supplements and spin classes are at the top of Lily Soutter's expenses. Here she reveals what her wellbeing budget goes on and why >>>

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What I’m teaching my daughters about periods and fertility

March 31st 2019 / Emma Cannon

Women’s health and fertility expert Emma Cannon on why periods need a rebrand and how frank conversations around fertility can make us all healthier >>>

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5 ways to navigate Mother's Day if you have a strained relationship with your mum

March 29th 2019 / Rachel Kelly

Mother's Day is the day we celebrate the women who gave birth to us, but sometimes blood is not always thicker than water. Rachel Kelly gives her tips on managing a turbulent relationship – and your own wellbeing >>>

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Elle Macpherson: 55 things you didn't know about me

March 29th 2019 / Elle Macpherson

To celebrate our columnist’s 55th birthday, Elle shares a lifetime’s worth of beauty and wellness wisdom. From her love of neatness to trying (and failing) to copy Kate Moss's makeup and the secret to healthy skin, here’s what being Elle is all about >>>

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Sarah Vine: the therapy that always saves my sanity

March 26th 2019 / Sarah Vine

It's more powerful than therapy or drugs to balance emotions during turbulent times says Sarah Vine. Here she describes how acupuncture changed her life >>>

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11 tiny tweaks that make a big difference to your happiness levels

March 20th 2019 / Rachel Kelly

This is what mental health campaigner and author Rachel Kelly learned from her breakdown. Even the simple acts of making your bed and using the word 'yet' can make a marked difference in how you feel right now >>>

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“I cannot believe the access Sam gave us to his inner demons”

March 19th 2019 / Anna Hunter

Jameela Jamil’s ‘I Weigh’ Interview series kicked off with with Sam Smith talking liposuction, equating being skinny with success and bullying. Here’s why that interview changed his life and why it could change yours too >>>

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Easy ways to get rid of bad sleep habits: how one doctor fixed his own sleep debt

March 15th 2019 / Victoria Woodhall

Scary thought: even if you're getting 8 hours', it might not be the right kind of sleep. On World Sleep Day, Dr Rangan Chatterjee reveals what you really need to do to wake up refreshed >>>

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