Updated: Friday 3 April 2020

It might sound too simple to be true, but you can walk off stress. Here’s how it works.

Updated: Friday 3 April 2020

When it comes to stress, many people overlook the simple strategy of talking. Here’s how it can help you to reduce stress and improve your health and wellbeing.

Updated: Friday 3 April 2020

There are many reasons why you might be experiencing intimacy issues, not all of them are things you can control on your own. Here's six things that could be getting in the way of your sex life.

Updated: Thursday 2 April 2020

Chronic pain can make you think that life may never be ‘good’ again. But small adjustments can help you cope with it and live positively with long-term pain.

Updated: Wednesday 1 April 2020

Making an effort to relax might sound counterintuitive, but it's vital to your emotional and physical wellbeing. Brendan Street, Professional Head of Emotional Wellbeing, suggests a few techniques to help you unwind before you unravel.

Updated: Wednesday 1 April 2020

The health of your mind and body are intrinsically linked. Learn how physical activity can help to prevent and manage stress.

Updated: Wednesday 1 April 2020

Nuffield Health’s Professional Head of Emotional Wellbeing discusses the importance of managing stress during this pandemic for Stress Awareness Month

Updated: Tuesday 31 March 2020

Stress can take its toll on your body over time and one way it does this is by depleting your body’s stores of nutrients. Don’t let stress beat you – find out what you need to do to get back on form.

Updated: Monday 30 March 2020

Mindfulness can help you deal with the day-to-day stresses of modern living and gain a greater appreciation of the world around you. Try these mindfulness tips and see how they affect you.

Updated: Monday 30 March 2020

These cognitive behavioural therapy techniques retrain your body and mind to sleep well at night. Brendan Street explains the basic formula.

Updated: Monday 30 March 2020

Talking to kids about their emotional wellbeing and mental can be challenging. Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist at Nuffield Health, Ekta Mansukhani, shares her expert advice.

Updated: Monday 30 March 2020

There are limits to what we can do to control the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), but there’s a lot we can do to control our mental response to it. Brendan Street, Professional Head of Emotional Wellbeing at Nuffield Health, explains why you may be feeling anxious and provides some advice for managing your mental wellbeing.

Updated: Monday 30 March 2020

If you’re self-isolating because you have symptoms, or you’re living with someone who does, here are some handy tips for planning and preparing, as well as keeping fit, healthy and happy during the coronavirus situation.

Updated: Monday 23 March 2020

As a global society, we are facing an unprecedented time of change and uncertainty. As more cases of the coronavirus continue to be announced, we can expect to see employees experiencing anxiety around the potential impact of the virus. The fear of becoming ill – and the social and economic impact that comes with it – can take its toll on employee health.

Updated: Friday 20 March 2020

We all experience stress at various points in our lives. Here's how to recognise emotional stress and build the resilience needed to face it.

Updated: Tuesday 10 March 2020

Two knee injuries left Heather doubting she’d ever go back to her active lifestyle. But meeting with a Nuffield Health physiotherapist gave her the confidence to recover.

Updated: Wednesday 4 March 2020

If you think you're just faking it until you make it you're not alone. Many of us think we're 'not good enough' or 'don't belong'. Here's how to combat the insecurity.

Updated: Monday 2 March 2020

As a line manager, it can be difficult knowing how to approach conversations about emotional distress. Here are six key steps to help staff move from barely surviving, back to thriving.

Updated: Tuesday 25 February 2020

If you’re not sleeping enough, the effects could be more significant that bags under your eyes, and there could also be dramatic but hidden effects on how you think and feel. Head of Preventative Medicine, Dr Ben Kelly, explains sleep can be closely linked to your physical and mental health.

Updated: Thursday 6 February 2020

Nuffield Health Professional Head of Emotional Wellbeing, Brendan Street, suggests supporting those suffering with mental ill-health through listening this Time to Talk Day