It’s World Mental Health Day on the 10th October. So let’s talk about mental health.
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Fatigue and Athlete Decision Making – RWC 2015
England Wales last Saturday night was a true exhibition of what Test rugby can be all about. Coaches and teams will rarely say that one single moment of a game decides a match and that it is rather the cumulative that decides it. But in some incidents they can, and in
Use your selective attention to beat those pesky post-vacation blues
It’s September and the lovely summer vacation you had may seem like a thing of the very distant past. Are you feeling a bit down about being back in the office, workplace or on family duty? All of us can suffer from temporary post-vacation blues. Here we talk about the cycle of
Avoiding Burnout – managing the modern work life balance
John is just out of college and has landed his dream job. It is demanding, rewarding and he is buzzing at the end of every day. The better he gets at his job the more work he is given and the more he demands of himself. At first he is
Back to School – keeping you and the little ones happy
The long days of summer are drawing to a close and a new chapter is about to begin. September is the start of a new school semester and with that comes excitement, nerves and probably some stress and anxiety. If you are the parent of a child starting a new
Are you satisfying your brain’s need for novelty? Travelling and vacation
We’ve already written about the importance of vacations as a means of looking after your physical and mental health (click here to read more). Today we’re going to talk about some of the effects a vacation and novelty may have on your brain.
Close your eyes and think back to the