Articles in Mental Health and Wellbeing

It is a fact that 1 in 4 of us will experience mental health problems at some point in our lives. These figures only underline the importance of providing clear, unbiased and factual information to help support and promote the importance of seeking and accessing support when it is needed.

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by HealthHubble on November 24, 2021
Eight out of 10 Parents Struggling with Parental Burnout
by HealthHubble on November 24, 2021
Research carried out by UK charity Action for Children has found that more than 80% of parents are struggling with at least one symptom of burnout due to the impact of Covid-19.... Read full article
by HealthHubble on October 16, 2021
Can Digital Services Provide Essential Mental Health Help?
by HealthHubble on October 16, 2021
Recent data from the ONS (Office for National Statistics) has highlighted that around 1 in 5 adults have struggled with their mental health, such as depression during the early part of this year; over double that recorded before the pandemic.  ... Read full article
by HealthHubble on October 13, 2021
The Rising Role of TikTok in Mental Health Support
by HealthHubble on October 13, 2021
TikTok’s blend of video-blogging mixed with its influencer style presence of Instagram has seen the platform rise in popularity. But perhaps more surprisingly an increasing number of users have been using the platform for mental health support.... Read full article
by Katie Hodge on September 18, 2021
Why Self-Care Should Be Made a Priority
by Katie Hodge on September 18, 2021
We all know that a build up of stress and anxiety resulting in burnout is detrimental to our health and wellbeing. But why do we sometimes put off essential ‘me time’, or lower its priority so it sits at the bottom of our to-do-list?... Read full article
by Sarah Cunliffe on September 18, 2021
Top 7 Tips for Managing Anxiety
by Sarah Cunliffe on September 18, 2021
Anxiety is a word that has become all too common over the past 18 months. Prior to the Coronavirus pandemic it was a word that perhaps we might not have typically used about ourselves. However, Covid-19 has touched us all in different ways... Read full article
by HealthHubble on September 09, 2021
CQC Report Finds ‘Heavy Demand’ for Mental Health Services
by HealthHubble on September 09, 2021
A report compiled by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) after an unannounced inspection of St Thomas’ Hospital Emergency Department in June 2021, has been published following concerns regarding the care of mental health patients during the pandemic.... Read full article
by HealthHubble on September 07, 2021
Study Exposes Inconsistent Mental Health Support for Health Workers
by HealthHubble on September 07, 2021
A recent study exploring psychological support services for health and care staff during the first peak of the pandemic has revealed growing concerns over nurse and health worker mental health and wellbeing.... Read full article
by Julie Rae, RMN on August 26, 2021
Supporting Student Mental Health: The Transition to University
by Julie Rae, RMN on August 26, 2021
The transition to university can be both an exciting and anxious time for both new students and their loved ones. ... Read full article
by Sue Jackson on August 19, 2021
Coaching: Developing Mental Health Strategies After Lockdown
by Sue Jackson on August 19, 2021
How have the past 18 months in and out of lockdown been for you?  Your answer may have negative and positive elements, what seems likely is that no two responses will be the same.... Read full article
by HealthHubble on August 18, 2021
How to Fund Private Healthcare: Your Options Explained
by HealthHubble on August 18, 2021
NHS England figures released in June 2020, showed that more people than ever before were waiting longer than 18 weeks for planned hospital surgery. The impact from the pandemic has seen a surge in interest into private health insurance policies... Read full article
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