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Best habits to help manage stress in 2022

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With UK Google searches for the ‘signs of burnout’ soaring by 300%, between September 2020 and now, it’s now more important than ever to detect burnout in you and your team. Burnout has become more pervasive during the pandemic. A Mental Health UK survey found that 46% of UK workers felt more prone to extreme […]

Brits struggling to fit exercise into their lives

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Research of 2,000 adults found 32 per cent feel they would ‘never’ be successful when it comes to trying to stick to an exercise plan, while 28 per cent feel the same about eating healthily or losing weight. As a result, of those who have tried to change their eating habits, they lasted an average […]

How to manage business travel anxiety post-pandemic

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Travelling around the world often sparks thoughts of holidays and rest bite however, much of the UKs workforce is required to travel for work purposes.  As the world is beginning to open, workplace travel is beginning to resume. For many the anxiety of thinking about COVID-19 tests and what you need to do before booking […]

Brits now sit down for more than 43 hours a week

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The average Brit is now sitting down for more than 43 hours during a typical week – the equivalent of 93 days a year, according to new research. A study has revealed millions around the country are parked on their backsides for six hours and 20 minutes every day. But 46 per cent of the […]

Covid-19 is affecting our mental health: here’s how to cope

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Covid-19 continues to impact our lives, and studies have revealed that it’s affecting more than just our physical health. One in three survivors of the virus experience mental health conditions, the majority being anxiety and mood disorders. This is a major sign that it’s time for people to start taking control of their mental health. […]

Stress: 5 problems it causes & 5 ways to get it under control

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With the effects of the pandemic and stressors surrounding Covid-19, stress-related absence is up 64% from 2019, and there has been a 39% increase in leave due to stress year on year. Short term stress can be good in small doses, as it can focus the mind, provide motivation and energise the body, which helps […]

What will you miss post-lockdown?

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Exercising before work, not having to rush and tucking into a leisurely breakfast are among the things Brits will miss the most when their morning routines return to normal. A study of 2,000 adults found four in 10 feel the pandemic and the lockdowns have given them more time in the mornings. As a result, […]

How to make the most of your lockdown routine when you’re not working

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For most people, lockdown has meant a huge change to daily routines, and it can be hard to know how best to structure the day. To help Brits get the most out of their days in self-isolation, watch and sunglasses specialist, Tic Watches, has revealed the best times to do different activities to get the […]

Top Tips: 10 fundamental pointers for your physical and mental well-being during lockdown

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By Aleksandra Sasha Horwood For me, being in lockdown is nothing new. Except, I chose it myself and went into a three-year retreat. That was in 2006. And it lasted exactly three years, three months and three days. This lockdown for all of is us not going to extend to that period of time, but […]

Office workers feel they’re gaining weight on the job

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64 per cent of Americans that have or had worked in an office environment said that it caused their health and fitness levels to decline. Not only that, a whopping nine in 10 who have gained weight while working an office job blame their workplace for playing a role. A new study of 2,000 Americans, […]