Sense-Ability Wellbeing Blog
If you have finished your exams. That’s fantastic. If not, then things are hotting up. You are looking for distractions. And what could be better than social media. It’s instant, its easy and its free.
It sounds too obvious to be true, but connecting with nature has a huge impact on our mental health and wellbeing.
Spending time with friends or family is essential for good mental health – that applies to both you and your teens. Particularly during this exam season.
This blog focuses on how parents can help teens manage anxiety by planning for success, and working in time to rest and socialise.
What can you do to help your children through the stressful exam season? Eight simple tips to help parents and carers support their teens during the stressful exam season. Tip 1: Be Chilled.
Frontal lobes - needed for executive function, impulse control and judgement - are not fully formed in young adults and teens, making them vulnerable to anxiety.
When I say I am a hypnotherapist, people joke, with a mock serious tone,, “Look in to my eyes, not round my eyes, in my eyes”. …
Knowing who you are, and embracing your strengths and limitations, forms firm foundation on which you can build your future. .
You may have lived with your phobia and the anxiety and distress it causes for months or years. So what stops you tackling the problem?