On average 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem in the UK each year. Every week an average of 1 in 6 will report a common mental health trouble to their GP every week. Common mental health issues vary from generalised anxiety through to stress and depression. Although numbers over the years have not shown a rise in the reports of mental health issues, it is becoming clear that stress centred around work, employment and money are significantly related to the poor management of such health problems. Having a diagnosis of a mental health problem can increase stress and have a negative effect on the underlying issue, it is important you focus on your team and help those who need extra support. How can you do this?
There are 2.3 million students living in London as of September 2019, the figure rises every year and with this comes further spend on health and wellbeing. We look into how unsavvy student healthcare harms your student loan and how implementing an online GP could be the way to battle heath concerns on a budget.
Although it may be embarrassing to the sufferer, acne affects up to 80% of people in the UK – You are not alone. Acne is the most common skin condition for people in the UK and can affect various part of the body, although most people will believe only the face can be hit by Acne. The skin condition has been known to flare up worst over the summer time, this can be highly distressing for sufferers as many people choose to go makeup free over the summer months. What causes Acne to be so bad over the summer and how can you treat the problem head on?
This week we are seeing temperatures soar to up to 37C in some parts of the country. British summer time usually sees highs of around 27C, this incredible 10C increase will see many of us struggling to sleep, losing our appetites and dehydrating. How can you keep on top of staying cool during the record-breaking heatwave? We look into how to reduce your chances of heatstroke and dehydration this weekend in the summer sun.
A recent study showed that over 3% of the population find themselves under the weather as soon as they hit the “Out of office” button, but what makes leisure sickness a very real problem to tackle? What can you do to ensure you protect yourself before stepping off the plane on holiday and what do you do if you do get sick?