Wellbeing

Work, rest, play: How to revolutionise your relationship with busyness

Danielle Colley explores how a simple chocolate bar inspired a balanced-life philosophy, offering practical tips to harmonise work, rest and play for a more fulfilling existence.

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Expert reveals which magnesium TikTok sleep hacks actually work

Camomile tea can help you relax, which will help improve your sleep.

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What is ‘breathwork’? And do I need to do it?

From “breathwork recipes” to breathing techniques, many social media and health websites are recommending breathwork to reduce stress.

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Why can’t I sleep? It could be your sheets or bedding

It’s winter, so many of us will be bringing out, or buying, winter bedding.

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What is ‘girl mossing’? The wellness trend that rejects hustle culture

On TikTok and Instagram, people are “girl mossing”: lying on a forest floor, staring up at a leafy canopy or caressing moss.

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Here’s why you may not be getting the benefits you expected from mindfulness

You’ve probably seen the word mindfulness everywhere these days, from the news, to magazines, to social media.

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The 30-30-30 method: How TikTok’s latest fitness trend could help you build healthy habits into your day

One of TikTok’s latest health trends is the the “30-30-30” method. This involves eating 30g protein within 30 minutes of waking up – shortly followed by 30 minutes of low to moderate-intensity cardio.

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10 top lifestyle tips from Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle shares her top ten tips for living well and why it’s important to find balance in yourself.

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How to avoid getting sick on a plane

Worried about falling ill on your next flight? An expert offers tips to beat off the bugs and how to avoid getting sick on a plane.

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Master the morning: 9 hacks to conquer early wake-ups and energise your day

A few simple changes to your routine can make you a morning person in no time.

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5 surprising health benefits of reading books

Always have a book to read? Pat yourself on the back, because you’re already contributing to better emotional and mental health – from increasing memory and empathy to improving your sleep.

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Comedian Geraldine Hickey appointed Dementia Australia ambassador

Dementia Australia has welcomed a new ambassador – award-winning comedian Geraldine Hickey.

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5 common myths about the common cold

More than 50 per cent of us will catch a cold this winter, but according to experts, most of us haven’t a clue how to fight off this age-old annoyance.

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Stuck in fight-or-flight mode? 5 ways to complete the ‘stress cycle’ and avoid burnout or depression

Can you remember a time when you felt stressed leading up to a big life event and then afterwards felt like a weight had been lifted? This process – the ramping up of the stress response and then feeling this settle back down – shows completion of the “stress cycle”.

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What is ‘Perma’? The five-step wellness approach that really works – and the psychology behind it

The wellness movement appears to have the answers that our burnt-out minds need. However, psychological research and practice suggests that a superficial focus on candles, juice cleanses, and a “good vibes only” approach to life is unlikely to create meaningful changes to your wellbeing.

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How to use nature as a mood booster

As we continue to learn more about the benefits of getting out in nature, there are some tricks and tips to make sure you are getting the best for your health.

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Summer’s over, so how much sun can (and should) I get?

As we slide of out summer, you might be wondering how careful you need to be about sun exposure. Excessive exposure causes skin cancer, but sun exposure also has benefits. How do you balance the two?

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Does intermittent fasting have benefits for our brain?

Intermittent fasting has become a popular dietary approach to help people lose or manage their weight. It has also been promoted as a way to reset metabolism, control chronic disease, slow ageing and improve overall health.

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Why did menopause evolve? New study of whales gives some clues

Menopause is a rare trait among Earth’s species, known to exist in only a few. Humans are one. Killer whales and four other toothed whales are the others.

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Sailing Towards Wellness: Navigating Health and Well-Being at Sea

The more time we spend on the ocean, the better we feel. And with cruise companies now offering the best in wellness treatments on the water – everything from cool pools to high-tech spas, hot tubs and a plethora of soothing hands-on treatments – you’ll be so rejuvenated, relaxed and pampered, you’ll never want your trip to end.

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Gwyneth Paltrow’s next step in wellness journey

Gwyneth Paltrow has felt the intense glare of the Hollywood spotlight from a young age. And by her own admission, Paltrow tends to worry – a lot.

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Kate Winslet Admits to Secretly Battling Eating Disorder

Kate Winslet has opened up about the painful subject revealing she kept her struggle to herself because she was getting so many compliments about her appearance that were all linked to her weight.

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How can I stop overthinking everything? A clinical psychologist offers solutions

Are patterns of rumination or overthinking affecting your life?

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Losing weight associated with an increased cancer risk – a closer look at the study

Being overweight is linked to many health issues, including cancer. Studies have shown that obesity is associated with at least 13 types of cancer.

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