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CBD: Wellness Fad Or Natures Miracle?

Wellness Fad Or Natures Miracle CBD is being labelled as one of the fastest growing industries estimated to be worth £2.2bn by 2020 and £1bn by 2025.   Big brands, celebrities and entrepreneurs, coined as ‘Cannaprenuers’ are bringing new innovations and products to the market in a booming industry, with...

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Shifting Paradigms- How To Stop Responding To Addictive Behaviour?

Repetitive Behaviour Something we all experience a snippet of during the Christmas break. The over consumption of high fat sugary food, causing us to feel tired, lethargic and gain afew kilos. Yet, we still keep going, despite the adverse health effects. I mean, this is normal and just for a...

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Social Isolation A Risk That Could Kill Us?

Suffering in Silence Ageing and Social isolation may be as harmful to our physical health as obesity, or smoking 15 cigarettes per day.   The number of people aged 75 or over is expected to double in the next 30 years’ age discrimination continues to blight our society, despite a...

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Student Mental Health Crisis & Emotional Education

Student Mental Health Crisis The epidemic of poor mental health has swept the Western world over recent years and left no demographic untouched. University students have been one of the hardest-hit demographics when it comes to their mental health with rates of student depression, anxiety, self-harm, eating disorders and suicidal...

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The Digital Future of Work

The digital future refers to the idea that all businesses will operate digitally in the future based on a connected interaction with every consumer, fundamentally changing how we operate and deliver value to customers.   Alongside the rapid advances in computing, robotics and artificial intelligence with machines helping us to carry out...

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Is ‘Digital Wellness’ Really A Thing?

Distracting and addicting tech is a growing epidemic that affects every aspect of our workplaces, families and communities. Research conducted by the Royal Society for Public Health shows that social media sites are contributing to body image and body confidence issues in young people. We explored how much screen time is too...

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Good People Leave BAD Managers, Not Companies

Myth or fact?It has been said enough times, that people leave companies due to bad managers, so it must be true, right? It sounds completely reasonable and would make perfect sense considering managers can impact so much of our work life balance. Managers determine the projects you work on, who...

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3 Ways To Recognise Burnout in Your Workplace

What is Burnout? Leadership Burnout, Physician Burnout, Fitness Burnout, Entrepreneur Burnout. It seems Burnout is at an all-time high with millennials being dubbed as the ‘Burnout Generation’ In our fast paced society has being stressed out and overworked become the norm rather than the exception and is this a phenomenon...

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Children & Young People’s Mental Health- How Much Screen Time Is Too Much?

What is making a difference to children's mental health? Mental health problems among children and young people have increased six-fold over the past two decades, and one in ten children now have a diagnosable condition. Theresa May announced earlier this year ‘new mental health checks to be made available to...

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5 Top Tips for Parents of Children with ADHD

ADHD stands for Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder, one of the most common neuropsychiatric and behaviour disorders, impacting between 4-8 % of children and young people. Yet it is surprising, how little we know and understand about children suffering with ADHD.   For children suffering with ADHD motor and cognitive...

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