Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2021

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: Wednesday 24 February 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic is placing healthcare professionals across the world in an unprecedented situation. Gosia Bowling, Prevention Lead, explains the mental health difficulties being faced by many on the frontline as well as self-care tips to reduce the risk of mental ill health.

Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2021

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: Wednesday 24 February 2021

Nuffield Health’s Professional Head of Emotional Wellbeing discusses the importance of managing stress

Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2021

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: Wednesday 24 February 2021

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: Wednesday 24 February 2021

Feeling lonely is a normal human emotion and sign that we need social interaction, but it can be hard to talk about as it’s perceived to be a weakness. Brendan Street, Head of Emotional Wellbeing, discusses loneliness, mental health and how we can help support ourselves and each other.

Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2021

The pandemic has disrupted our lives in many ways, but we are beginning to see light at the end of the tunnel. Gosia Bowling, Prevention Lead of Emotional Wellbeing, explains why we may have experienced a crisis of confidence, and how we can stay resilient as lockdown measures continue to ease.

Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2021

The recent announcements about a vaccine for COVID-19 has created a sense of hope for many of us. Brendan Street, Professional Head of Emotional Wellbeing, explains that the ability to hold onto hope will be key to maintaining your wellbeing in the coming months.

Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2021

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

Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2021

Getting a good night's sleep isn't just about having energy for the day ahead, it has real effects on your health. Physiologist Jade Wells explains.

Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2021

Taking these simple steps to improve your sleeping environment could rid you of restless nights.

Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2021

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: Wednesday 24 February 2021

Sleeping well is essential for your health and wellbeing, but many of us struggle to get quality sleep. Physiologist Jade Wells provides her tips for having a good night of restorative sleep.

Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2021

Getting a good night's sleep is vital for good mental health, so put your phone away and discover how you can get the best night's sleep possible.

Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2021

How many times have you taken a phone call or caught up on emails while you're meant to be enjoying your lunch? Brendan Street discusses how to let go and focus your attention on one thing at a time.

Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2021

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: Wednesday 24 February 2021

Bringing up mental health with your employer can be tricky. Discover our tips on how to get the conversation started.

Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2021

We want to inspire more open conversations across your organisation around mental health. Brendan Street, Head of Emotional Wellbeing, provides six ways to support your staff and help those suffering with poor mental health move from barely surviving, back to thriving.

Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2021

If the emails are stacking up and you feel like it's all getting too much, take some advice from Physiologist Marcus Herbert on how to relieve stress at work.