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Usually at this time of year many of us want to adopt new healthy habits, or stop unhealthy habits, and begin the new year with a general focus on upgrading ourselves. This year we start with an unprecedented challenge - to maintain our physical and mental health in the face of spiralling Covid cases.
The rollout of Covid-19 vaccines is well under way, and now is the time for each of us to plan for our turn.
Sally worked as a staff nurse in a busy hospital. She often felt tearful and anxious and struggled through her shifts. She was frustrated and angry about not being able to offer more help to her patients and their families but time constraints and a heavy workload prevented her from doing this.
Top Irish Skin Therapist, Eavanna Breen, lays out the best safeguarding actions to take from the comfort of your home.
Mayo Mental Health Association in partnership with the HSE, The Movement, Castlebar, Mayo GAA and Healthy Ireland, recently held the launch of the Moving your Mind Initiative 2019 in the New Leisure Complex at Lough Lannagh.
We spend our lives in a constant state of rush and worry. Our nervous system has two pathways governing how our bodies work: the sympathetic (stress response, ‘fight or flight’) and parasympathetic (recovery response, ‘rest and digest’) systems. Whichever system is activated dictates how we process our nutrients, store fat, build muscle, recover, sleep, release hormones, etc.
Are you ready to connect with your own authentic power and find stillness within? Are you Willing to communicate from your heart while navigating the complexity of human relationships? If you would like to bring peace into your life discover how empowering resolutions can help.
DeCare Dental recently hosted a very successful Wellness that Works breakfast seminar at the Clayton Hotel in Galway, which was attended by a wide range of experts including business and HR managers, wellness advocates and employee leaders.
Being able to let go of power struggles is a liberating and self-compassionate act. The anguish, pain, torment and turmoil that these struggles cause over months or even years is inexplicable. Often, the attachment may be too strong or the issues appear too important to walk away from. Ending the tug of war may take a lot of work.
Galway-born psychiatrist Brendan Kelly, professor of psychiatry at Trinity College and Consultant Psychiatrist at Tallaght University Hospital, is one of Ireland’s leading voices in the field of mental health care.