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Dance for mental health

Daydream your way to better health

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“Pay attention”. How often have you heard that command as you are firmly jolted back to reality from the world of fantasy?

We binge but we think we’re healthy, study shows

The results of the Galway health and well-being survey has highlighted that despite high levels of binge drinking Galway citizens rate their general health very well.

New child and adolescent counselling service

A new and innovative counselling service is being launched in Galway this month.

How to relax your body and mind

We all know that relaxation is good for our health – body and mind. Many of us have ideas about how to relax: We watch TV, go for a walk, read a book, go on holiday, lie beside the pool, go for a drink, or go to the cinema. But what is relaxation actually? True relaxation means no tension in the body and a peaceful, calm, state of mind.

How to relax your body and mind

We all know that relaxation is good for our health – body and mind. Many of us have ideas about how to relax: We watch TV, go for a walk, read a book, go on holiday, lie beside the pool, go for a drink, or go to the cinema. But what is relaxation actually? True relaxation means no tension in the body and a peaceful, calm, state of mind.

Look after your mental health — it’s worth the effort

Most people are happy to go along to the doctor with a sore throat or a pain or flu symptoms — we know that much of the time an antibiotic or a stronger pain killer can help us to feel better.

Refurbished mental health facility opens in Portumna

A newly refurbished community mental health facility in Portumna was officially opened by Minister for Equality, Disability and Mental Health John Moloney recently.

Fashion show in Horkan’s, Turlough

Today (October 2) the new 12,000sq ft extension at Horkan’s Lifestyle and Garden Centre in Turlough will be officially opened with a fashion show taking place to mark the occasion.

Appalling treatment of mental health patients forced to live in squalid conditions - McFadden

Fine Gael Seanad spokesperson for Social and Family Affairs Nicky McFadden, has said findings by the Inspectorate of Mental Health Services that a number of psychiatric hospitals, including St Loman’s in Mullingar, are ‘unfit for human habitation’ are harrowing beyond belief.

 

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