Hair loss & how it affects mental health
Lock down regulations have required many people to work from home or in a virtual environment for the first time. Although it is now possible for many people to return to a 'brick and mortar workplace again, a high percentage are choosing to continue working from home. If you have decided to carry on with home or virtual working here are three top tips to help you to ensure you maintain a positive balance and work does not invade your personal time. 1. Follow a set schedule When you don't have to work set hours, it is very easy to work more hours than...
With the introduction of the new lock down and the consequent restrictions, many of us may be feeling upset about not being able to spend time with love ones. When we feel down making an effort may not feel worthwhile. It is more important than ever to take proactive measures to ensuregood mental health and there are various ways you can naturally help to increase the production of the feel good chemical, serotonin. This blog post will focus on just one way, getting ‘dressed up’. If you only put on your ‘best’ clothes when you are going out or are going to be...
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I’m very excited to share Annabelle as my guest blogger with The Happy Healing Hut, a mental health organisation.
Her genuine interest in mental health and her own open struggle with Body Dysmorphic Disorder is inspiring and I know her posts will help anyone with mental health struggles.
Annabelle has had multiple plastic surgery procedures and can relate to anyone struggling with their appearance and confidence.
As well as blogging Annabelle has her cosmeticsurgeryadvancements.