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Enjoy a healthier lifestyle at Kingfisher Fitness Club

We all know that exercise is good for us on a physical level, ensuring we all stay fit and healthy, but did you know that exercise can also make you a happier person? Regular exercise is proven to reduce stress and improve your general wellbeing, reducing feelings of depression, anxiety, and stress.

WINTER BLUES (S.A.D) AND PHYSIOLOGICAL REGULATING MEDICINE (P.R.M)

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Winter fast approaching the onset of winter will see most of us feeling a little blue. The reduction in day light hours can make you feel less active and more tired, and many of us will have a tendency to eat more. For some, however, this natural loss of energy and enthusiasm with the change of season is far too strong. When this happens you may be suffering from Seasonal Affected Disorder (S.A.D) or the winter blues.

AWARE invites public to register for new positive mental health programmes in Mayo

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Feel like learning some new skills to better deal with life’s ups and downs? Are you supporting a loved one living with depression or bipolar disorder? Aware, Ireland’s national charity supporting people affected by depression, bipolar disorder and mood-related conditions, is to host a number of free positive mental health programmes in Mayo starting in September.

Coping with depression event

A public meeting on coping with depression will take place in Galway tomorrow (Friday).

Combat anxiety and depression with Care Cure Acupuncture

If you have never experienced mental illness, bouts of depression or anxiety can be all too easily dismissed as someone’s bad day. But for those individuals suffering from anxiety, insomnia, crying spells, worry, memory loss, and apathy, depression is a crippling disability.

Combat anxiety and depression with Care Cure Acupuncture

If you have never experienced mental illness, bouts of depression or anxiety can be all too easily dismissed as someone’s bad day. But for those individuals suffering from anxiety, insomnia, crying spells, worry, memory loss, and apathy, depression is a crippling disability.

Free weekly depression support available in Athlone with Aware

Each year, Aware support groups throughout the country receive 12,000 visits from people who are dealing with an experience of depression, bipolar or related mood disorders.

Let yourself be led back into the light

I've lost just too many friends to suicide. People I worked with, people I went to school with, people I socialised with, people I've acted with and played football with. All unique. All different. They had varying professions and occupations, various loves and losses.

Telltale memory signs could indicate psychosis risk

Telltale signs in IQ, memory or social intelligence tests could identify if people are at risk of psychosis, according to the findings of a recent study.

Second Aware support group for Galway city

Aware, the national organisation providing support, information, and education around depression, has just announced a second support group for Galway city. The new group meets every Monday from 8pm (including Bank Holidays) in Ard Family Resource Centre, Doughiska Road.

 

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