Stress - Why Ignorance Fails and Talking Succeeds

In 2014/15, 43% of all working days lost in the UK were due to stress (Health and Safety Executive).

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When Does Anxiety Become a Disorder?

​Everyone experiences stress and anxiety at some points in their life, whether it is their first day of work, in the moments before giving a presentation to a large group of people, or just if their workload becomes too high to cope with. However, there is a point when levels of anxiety become abnormal, and can be an indicator of a disorder. 

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Proactive vs Reactive

Stress and mental health problems are common with 1 in 6 employees likely to experience problems with stress, anxiety and depression at any one time. You are probably working with someone with a mental health problem.

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Mood and Food

1 in 5 people will experience depression at some point in their lives.

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5 Simple Ways to Increase Energy at Work

Easy tips to help you feel awake and ready to go.

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10 common misconceptions about Mental Health

Ten common myths surrounding mental health.

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Guest Blog - Stress and Your Body

Guest blog on stress and your body written by Dr Barry G Lambert, consultant paediatric anaesthetist and co-founder of Medstars www.medstars.co.uk

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WATS Mental Health? Resource Pack

Altruist Enterprises (formerly the WATS Mental Health? project) was awarded funding to develop and disseminate an evidence-based resource pack and digital toolkit for schools, colleges and youth groups for use with young people on raising awareness and reducing the stigma attached to mental health.

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Huffington Post Blog

I am honoured to have been asked to blog for the Huffington Post. Check out my first blog here for 5 Tips to Managing Stress and Anxiety.

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Workplace Stress and the Law

O2 Pay £110,000 To Stressed Worker! In a hearing at the Court of Appeal, telecoms giant O2 has been ordered to pay damages of nearly £110,000 to an accountant who suffered ill-health due to excessive working hours and demanding workload.

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