Sometimes we all need a little extra help with our mental health. Whether it's someone you care about who is struggling or you would like help for yourself, here are five places you can turn for support.
Endorphins were discovered by scientists in the 1970s and are often referred to as those feel-good hormones, but what exactly are they and why are they so good for us? Exercise Therapist Rachel Rees shines a light on the body's natural high.
As our ageing population increases, so too does the number of people living with dementia and Alzheimer's. There are currently 850,000 people with dementia in the UK, with numbers set to rise to over 1 million by 2025. Around 225,000 will develop dementia this year, which works out at one every three minutes. But what does this mean for those caring for dementia patients? Welfare Case Worker Karen Lane shares some advice.
Alongside visiting Harcombe House to find out about all that we do, HRH Duke of Cambridge and The Royal Foundation have launched a new 24/7 crisis text line for the UK's frontline first responders, supported by The Fire Fighters Charity.
Being kind to yourself is not a concept that comes naturally to many of us, but taking a bit of time out of each day for some self care might just be the best thing you could do for your own wellbeing.
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