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DEALING WITH CHRISTMAS ANXIETY | SIMPLY MARTHA

January 01, 2020

Christmas sometimes isn't as merry as we would all like to experience. Sadly, for people that suffer with depression or anxiety it can be a really daunting time of year. YOU ARE NOT ALONE. Do not feel guilty for not enjoying this time of year. It's not for everyone. I discuss the different elements of the festive time and what mindset to look at this time of year from. A blog post explaining more - http://www.thefooddiary.co/blog/2018/...

MENTAL HEALTH AT UNIVERSITY | honest opinion about services + help | SIMPLY MARTHA

January 01, 2020

being completely honest, Universities (or at least mine) suck at looking after students mental wellbeing. 1 in 6 university students will experience some type of mental health experience. Suicide rates have DOUBLE in the last few years. Why is mental health services still not coping with the amount of students that need it. 26% of students use a counselling service or are on a waiting list. budget cuts towards the services. THIS IS A HUGE ISSUE. i'M NOT SAYING EVERY UNIVERSITY HAS BAD SERVICES!!! however, from just a small amount of research I found a LOT of issues that could be done around this area.

1000 MINUTES OF EXERCISE | A WEEK OF WORKOUTS | SIMPLY MARTHA

January 01, 2020

Hello guys, I wanted to make and share this video of what being a healthy student means to me. I make time of exercise because I enjoy it and it benefits my life in so many ways. Even being a full time university student I managed to find the time. NHS recommends a minimum if 75 minutes of vigorous activity a week. As you have seen, I SMASHED THAT! Whether it just be a cycle commute or a dip in the pool, you can find the time to exercise. This is my happy and healthy life.

5 TIPS FOR DEALING WITH MENTAL HEALTH WITH DR. RICK NORRIS | SIMPLY MARTHA

January 01, 2020

My dad (Dr. Rick Norris) and I discuss how to deal with mental health illnesses. Profile on Dr. Rick Norris Dr. Rick Norris came to psychology after a career as a policeman. Starting by doing an MSc in psychology he was elevated to a PhD during his studies After using his skills to build a number of highly successful companies based on employee ownership and staff development he began to focus on occupational health and coaching.

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