Losing weight can be a difficult process - with weight loss pills and some commercial weight reducing programmes focusing upon restricting what you eat, rather than considering how you eat, or what you think about the food you are putting into your body. We... read more on weight loss ›
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An addiction is an obsessive, uncontrollable and often harmful attachment to an activity, behaviour or substance. People can become addicted to all sorts of things, but it is most commonly associated with drugs, gambling, alcohol, the Internet, nicotine and... read more on addictions ›Read more
Anxiety can be experienced at different levels. It can be brought on by a fear of something that happened, or what we think happened and dread happening again. While most people will experience a relatively mild form of anxiety when facing a particularly... read more on anxiety ›Read more
Bruxism is the medical term for teeth grinding and clenching of the jaw. Most people will grind their teeth to a degree, without any symptoms or complications. When the grinding becomes persistent however, it can lead to dental damage, headaches and... read more on bruxism (teeth grinding) ›Read more
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) often referred to as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E), is a weakening illness which sees the sufferer experience long term fatigue which is not improved with sleep, a symptom also accompanied by a myriad of other side effects... read more on chronic fatigue syndrome ›Read more
Eating disorders are a range of mental health conditions that see people develop an abnormal attitude towards food. They affect people psychologically and physically, causing them to change their eating habits and behaviour. Those with eating disorders are... read more on eating disorders ›Read more
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common, functional disorder of the digestive system and gut that causes the bowel to be very sensitive. The condition causes recurring pain or discomfort in the abdomen and often, the nerves and muscles do not work as they... read more on irritable bowel syndrome ›Read more
Confidence is a state of mind. When we feel confident, we accept ourselves and believe in our abilities. When we don't feel confident, we can become stressed, anxious, unfulfilled and ultimately unhappy. Low self-confidence is something many of us suffer... read more on low self-confidence ›Read more
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a condition that involves obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviours. It can affect anybody and can develop at any age, however it usually occurs during early adulthood. The symptoms of OCD are intrusive by nature and... read more on obsessions and compulsions ›Read more
The thought of getting up in front of a crowd of people and making a speech is enough to make most of us break out in a sweat. Having a fear of public speaking is common - and it's becoming even more common. Modern lifestyles mean we are less likely to find... read more on public speaking ›Read more
Sleep is an essential component in our continuing health and well-being. It is an important process. The restorative cycle of sleep means the body is able to rest, refresh, recover and continue functioning normally. For many of us, sleeping is a natural part... read more on sleep disorders ›
Everyone knows that being a successful athlete involves maintaining high levels of physical fitness. However, this is only part of the strategy required for success. According to research, sports performance has more to do with mental abilities than physical... read more on sports performance ›Read more
I've always been anxious and I wanted some more confidence. I decided to go and see a hypnotherapist, and...
I was a smoker for 7 years, from my teens to now - at 21. I had tried quitting many times, be it with NRT or...
I have smoked for over 20 years. I have been very unhappy with my life, for the last year and I am trying to give...