Loneliness, Isolation and Mental Health

By Tonny Wandella Since the dawn of time, loneliness has existed as a phenomenon that we all encounter. Every single one of us experiences it occasionally, and it can happen amid life transitions like the loss of a loved one, a divorce, or a relocation to a new place. Researchers refer to this type of loneliness asContinue reading Loneliness, Isolation and Mental Health

Building A Strong Mental Stamina and Toughness

By Conquror Team Every athlete, businessperson, or motivated individual requires mental toughness as a critical quality to succeed. A study found that greater mental toughness was linked to a lower perception of stress, less depressive symptoms, and more life satisfaction. But how can one strengthen their mind? Mental strength is a measure of how resilient as wellContinue reading Building A Strong Mental Stamina and Toughness

An excess of empathy can be bad for your mental health

By Trudy Meehan Have you found yourself irritable, sad or close to tears when watching the news lately? If so, you are not alone. Experiencing empathy has its benefits, but there are also many downsides to it, which is why we must learn to practise healthy empathy. Empathy is an ability to sync emotionally andContinue reading An excess of empathy can be bad for your mental health

Using Stoicism To Overcome Mental Stress

By conqueror Team Stoicism’s purpose is to achieve inner peace by conquering misfortune, exercising self-control, being cognizant of our impulses, and recognising that our lives are, in reality, extremely brief and that we have a choice in how we respond to adversity. Because it is so applicable to modern life, Stoicism, while being an ancientContinue reading “Using Stoicism To Overcome Mental Stress”

When Depression Is Getting Out of Hand

By Conqueror Team Everyone has bad days when they are exhausted, irritated, and depressed. It’s natural to feel unhappy in response to painful life events, loss, or changes, but these feelings can linger for a long time if left ignored, making it difficult to get through each day. Depression affects practically every aspect of yourContinue reading When Depression Is Getting Out of Hand

Warm Water Bathing To Reduce Mental Stress

by Tonny Wandella A decent bath may be considered a small luxury now and then, but it actually has scientifically established benefits for your mental health.  Hot baths are also thought to be particularly transformational since they warm us up. Increased body temperature at night aids in the synchronisation of our natural circadian rhythms, resultingContinue reading Warm Water Bathing To Reduce Mental Stress

How To Help Someone with Memory Loss

by Conqueror Team Caring for somebody with memory loss is a trying experience for the patient’s family and friends. Memory issues can make it difficult for older persons to remember cherished moments, as well as make practical, day-to-day duties such as adhering to medication regimes and making appointments difficult. A family caregiver must learn as much asContinue reading How To Help Someone with Memory Loss

4 Foods You Should Be Eating for Good Gut Health

by Jennifer Diffley The word “gut” isn’t exactly the most pleasant word in the English language, and maybe that’s because nothing is more unpleasant than an unhappy gut. From constipation to irritable bowel syndrome to chronic acid reflux, your gut—also known as your gastrointestinal tract—seems to know exactly how to ruin your day. You mayContinue reading “4 Foods You Should Be Eating for Good Gut Health”

Your Gut Health Is Your Mental Health

By Conqueror Team Gut bacteria have an important role in your mood and mental wellness. They can alleviate symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress, but they can also exacerbate them. Trillions of bacterial cells live in your colon, forming a unique environment known as the gut microbiome. Their functions influence your brain in addition to allowing nutrients intoContinue reading Your Gut Health Is Your Mental Health

Proven Helpful Tips When You Are Under Extreme Stress

By Tonny Wandella Stressful events are a common part of life, and the stress reaction is a survival mechanism that prepares us to adapt to dangers. When a stressor is unpleasant and cannot be resisted or avoided, such as layoffs at work or a loved one’s medical crisis, or when the feeling of stress becomesContinue reading Proven Helpful Tips When You Are Under Extreme Stress