Wellbeing

Quitting alcohol may improve mental well-being in women

Quitting alcohol may improve health-related quality of life for women, especially their mental well-being, according to a study out of Hong Kong.

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How to make the most of your weekend

We all know the feeling of Monday morning rolling around far too soon with the weekend quickly becoming a distant memory. Fortunately, there is a way to slow down, press pause and make the most of your time out. Here’s how to make the most of your weekend.

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5 top retreats for mental health wellbeing

When it comes to looking after our health, we often forget about mental health wellbeing, which encompasses our social, psychological and emotional wellness. If you are looking to be more mindful about your mental wellbeing, you may want to consider a getaway to embrace this new habit.

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How to give your heart the love it needs

If your heart is your body’s engine, then your mitochondria are the tiny batteries that power it. Learn about these little powerhouses, and how to nurture them to put more life into your heart.

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Best Diets for weight loss in 2019

Whether you want to shed some pesky extra kilos or make significant and long-lasting changes to your weight, these diets […]

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Health benefits of indoor plants

Research reveals that there are several health benefits of indoor plants, enhancing wellbeing. Plus our top tips for caring for your indoor greenery.

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How to relax for stress relief

Historically, relaxation has often been associated with “wasting time”, however, this is something we need to shake. Regular relaxation and stress management are important for physical and emotional health. Here are a few tips on how to relax your body and mind…

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I tried… Smash Therapy

Do you ever find yourself boiling with anger at your boss, your partner, your friends or your kids? Well, you’re in luck. MiNDFOOD’s new columnist, Cat Rodie volunteers to check out the hype around rage rooms.

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How to recharge your body with better mitochondrial health

Mitochondria act as our cellular batteries. When we’re young, they work at maximum efficiency, but decline as we age. The world-first MitoQ ‘charges’ your mitochondria so you can power through life.

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Mark Zuckerberg invents ‘sleep box’ for improved slumber

Facebook’s creator, Mark Zuckerberg, turned his engineering talents in a new direction – helping his wife, Priscilla Chan, get enough […]

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How to manage chronic pain with Osteopathy

According to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, pain associated with the musculoskeletal system impacts one in three Australians […]

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Kiwi bloke shares his incredible story fighting back against depression

Continuing ill-health and countless surgeries sent Auckland businessman Dave Burt spiralling down into the depths of despair and hopelessness. Something […]

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Happier together: 4 ways to spread smiles in the office

March 20 is International Day of Happiness; an initiative developed by the United Nations that focuses on the important role […]

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Are you getting enough sleep?

Older Australians might toss and turn at night, but they’re still more likely than younger people to bounce out of […]

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The connected disconnect: is social media stealing our time?

Time is precious, it’s a non-renewable resource, and there’s nothing we can do to make it last longer or slow […]

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A nap a day could keep high blood pressure away

Want a daytime pick-me-up that may also benefit your blood pressure? Take a nap, researchers suggest. A regular one hour nap […]

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Sober dance movement

A healthy dose of ‘happy chemicals’. In Australia drugs and alcohol combined are responsible for nearly 1 in every 20 […]

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Live better with attainable goals

Individuals who set realistic, attainable goals have a greater sense of wellbeing, according to psychologists at the University of Basel. Those […]

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Eating these foods will improve your mental wellbeing, new study

Lettuce be happy! A new study out of the U.K. suggests that eating fruit and vegetables is not only good […]

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Duchess Kate opens up on parenting and the importance of supporting mental wellbeing of young children

Duchess Kate of Cambridge has opened up about the challenges of parenting and the importance of looking out for the mental […]

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Hangover: ‘Beer before wine, always fine’? Maybe not

‘Beer before wine and you’ll feel fine; wine before beer and you’ll feel queer’ goes the age-old aphorism. But scientists […]

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Treating depression starts with a look at what’s inside your gut

Bacteria living in our guts have been linked with depression in a significant new investigation into the controversial connection between microbes and mental […]

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Too much … or too little sleep can be bad for your brain

Preliminary results from the world’s largest sleep study have shown that people who sleep on average between 7 to 8 […]

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Early risers are healthier and less likely to suffer mental health issues

A large-scale study by researchers at the University of Exeter Medical School has shed new light on the body clock, […]

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