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Many scientists believe that the experience of depression is compounded during the winter months due to the lack of light. Shorter daylight hours cause chemical changes in the body that stimulate the production of the sleep hormone melatonin. This affects some people more than others.
Stress Awareness Day has turfed up a lot of interesting facts this week. 44% of us are in a state of stress right now, and
Feeling like you're close to breaking point once in a while is perfectly human, but feeling like that all the time certainly
Stress is one of the biggest problems facing the modern world - it can lead to mental and physical health problems, from
As part of our partnership with Wilderness Festival, HuffPost UK have been hosting daily panel discussions covering a range
Climbing the urine-stained stairwell of a car park in South London one Saturday morning, it's hard to believe I'm about to
We all have our morning rituals... some read the newspaper for an hour eating their cereal while others (by "others", I mean
Not sure if this article is for you? Let's do a quick quiz. Do you feel like you've got too much on your plate, and you aren't
Once upon a time (on Tuesday evening) The Third Metric came to London. And, if the energy on the night and buzz around the
Rich Pierson is the other half of Headspace, the online meditation company that brings wellbeing, meditation and mindfulness