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

Updated: Wednesday 9 November 2022

Published: Friday 8 July 2016

There is a clear gap in knowledge and support surrounding the menopause. Mental Health National Lead Gosia Bowling and Head of Charity Brendan Street discuss their pioneering educational research project with Manchester Metropolitan University that aims to increase visibility and change perceptions.

Updated: Friday 4 November 2022

Published: Friday 20 August 2021

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

Updated: Friday 7 October 2022

Published: Thursday 4 October 2018

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: Friday 7 October 2022

Published: Thursday 4 October 2018

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

Updated: Friday 7 October 2022

Published: Wednesday 5 October 2016

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: Friday 7 October 2022

Published: Monday 8 August 2016

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: Friday 7 October 2022

Published: Monday 8 August 2016

This audio body scan from MindLab's Dr Gail Davies is a simple mindfulness technique to help you reconnect with your senses and become more aware of your most important asset - your body.

Updated: Friday 7 October 2022

Published: Tuesday 29 March 2016

Your heart holds the secret to your stress levels. Nuffield Health's Head of Clinical Wellbeing explains why, and how you can use heart rate variability to combat the effects of stress.

Updated: Friday 7 October 2022

Published: Tuesday 23 June 2015

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: Friday 7 October 2022

Published: Thursday 11 May 2017

According to our Healthier Nation Index – a survey of more than 8,000 Britons about their health since the start of the pandemic – 41% of people said their mental health is worse than this time last year. Dr Gail Davies shares some mindfulness tips to help you become more resilient when faced with challenges.

Updated: Friday 7 October 2022

Published: Monday 14 March 2016

This International Women's Day, Gosia Bowling, Emotional Wellbeing National Lead at Nuffield Health, explains why women face an increased risk of burnout, and what employers can do to close the burnout gap.

Updated: Friday 7 October 2022

Published: Tuesday 8 March 2022

Did you know that your heart sends more signals to the brain than the brain sends to the heart? Find out how you can train your heart rate to improve your emotional wellbeing.

Updated: Friday 7 October 2022

Published: Tuesday 12 July 2016

The Wellbeing Wheel lists all the elements that contribute to our overall emotional health. Plot your own wellbeing to see the areas of your life you could dedicate more time to.

Updated: Friday 7 October 2022

Published: Monday 24 October 2016

Food is an energy source. Used well, it will maintain a steady energy level throughout the day, used badly and your energy levels will peak and trough, along with your ability to function properly. Our expert tips will help you get the most out of your diet to feel great every day.

Updated: Tuesday 20 September 2022

Published: Tuesday 24 May 2016

Roasted chickpeas are a great snack for slow-release energy to help you feel fuller for longer. Nutritional Therapist Mary Cotter dishes out the recipe.

Updated: Tuesday 20 September 2022

Published: Tuesday 29 March 2016

If you're in need of an energy boost that will last, these protein-packed energy balls are just the thing. Nutritional Therapist Mary Cotter provides this simple and delicious recipe.

Updated: Tuesday 20 September 2022

Published: Tuesday 29 March 2016

Not getting as much exercise as you’d like? Maybe you’re still working from home, or you’ve become a bit less active over lockdown. Professor Ben Kelly, Head of Clinical Research, has 5 tips to help you move around more on a daily basis.

Updated: Tuesday 20 September 2022

Published: Wednesday 30 March 2016

Injuring yourself on the mountain can be a scary and frustrating time. Nuffield Health Senior Physiotherapist Andrew Letheren offers some sage advice for what to do if you take a tumble on the slopes.

Updated: Wednesday 14 September 2022

Published: Monday 9 November 2015

The health of your mind and body are intrinsically linked, but only 3 in 10 people acknowledge that exercise helps their mental health, according to latest data from our Healthier Nation Index. Brendan Street, Head of Emotional Wellbeing, explains how physical activity can help to prevent and manage stress.

Updated: Friday 2 September 2022

Published: Monday 15 April 2019