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BY DECLAN VARLEY
Alcoholics Anonymous Galway are inviting people to join their online (Zoom) Public Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous this Friday March 18 2022, at 7:30pm.
Galway Community Café is a café with a difference. Located in Mr Waffle on Newcastle Road, the premises changes in the evening from a popular dining spot to a much quieter space. Here, anyone who is concerned about their mental health can sit and talk to someone who will understand what they are going through.
As school children emerge from what has been an incredibly challenging and uncertain time, and with research last year showing that almost 20 percent of parents of primary school aged children have sought some form of mental health support for their child over the past two years, the National Parents Council Primary and St Patrick’s Mental Health Services are issuing a timely call for the development and introduction of additional primary schools-based mental health supports.
Everyone feels low at some point in their lives and if you are struggling to cope it may be difficult to see beyond your current situation.
Drinkaware, the national charity working to reduce and prevent the misuse of alcohol in Ireland, is offering a free mental health resource to the public - the resource is available to order online and will be sent directly to you free of charge.
As the post pandemic easing of restrictions continues, it is only now that we can start to assess and tackle the effects which the last two years has had on physical and mental health.
Post-pandemic, fitness and lifestyle coach Alan Quin has developed a programme that will appeal to busy people who may have concerns about safety and privacy or may not favour the conventional gym.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, or so the song says - but for many, Christmas can be tough for a number of reasons.
Almost half (48 percent) of people in Ireland feel nervous socialising, 38% are exercising less and 43 percent are eating more since the Covid-19 pandemic, according to new research commissioned by Maxol, which looked at the impact of the pandemic on physical and mental wellbeing.