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Research has shown that our diet has a significant impact on our mental health and links have been found between our diet and the development of depression, schizophrenia, dementia, and ADHD.
22 June 2021
Several studies have found that something as easy and enjoyable as listening to music can motivate us and give us a boost to get up and get ready for exercise.
09 June 2021
It is now more important than ever to look after our mental and physical health. This will increase our mental resilience and decrease our visits to doctors in these challenging times. By keeping physically active we are greatly benefitting our overall health and mood.
02 June 2021
Eco-anxiety refers to a fear of environmental damage or ecological disaster. This anxiety is based on the current and predicted future state of the environment and climate change.
17 May 2021
We’re a university where taking yourself out of your comfort zone, being open to new ideas and pushing the boundaries is a way of life. But how well do you know what’s going on in your own mind and body? Now more than ever, it’s important to reclaim some space for yourself. Take some time out and try these mindfulness practices.
School of Health and Social Care
29 April 2021
Student Wellbeing and Inclusivity Service
25 February 2021
12 November 2020
Winter exercise is important for maintaining physical and mental health - here's why
Dr Jo Barton,
Dr Ruth Lowry
15 October 2020
The virus threatens our health both directly and indirectly, placing the future of global happiness in serious jeopardy.
Professor Paul Whiteley,
Professor Harold D Clarke,
Professor Marianne Stewart
03 July 2020