World mental health day - A mental health awareness day, 10 October 2019 Mind matters - Healthy mind leads to healthy life! Increasing digitisation has been identified as one of the contributors to poor mental health. Human kind is 24/7 connected to the external world. The readily available internet along with ever evolving smartphones means … Continue reading World mental health day
Brain health matters- Transition from human ‘doing’ to human ‘being’! We live more in our heads than in the actual moment. We are talking in our heads, conversing with people, trying to convince someone to do something, judging, criticising. We are so busy keeping ourselves occupied that we barely remember much of anything we do. … Continue reading Transition from human ‘doing’ to human ‘being’!
Let the nature nurture you!! Uplift your mind and mood!! Spending just 20-30 minutes in nature can be beneficial for the mental health and wellbeing - making us feel calmer, less stressed and less worried. The nature walks help reduce the levels of stress hormone cortisol and encourage the release of endorphins, body’s feel good chemicals. No matter how busy you are, treat yourself with kindness and for your own good, make a conscious effort to get closer to woods. Autumn is the perfect time to be outdoors, for visiting green spaces and mindful walks. Refreshingly crisp air makes you feel alive and who wouldn’t enjoy nature’s glory as the trees are exploding with colours!!
FEEL CALMER LESS STRESSED ENHANCE NEUROPLASTICITY IMPROVE BRAIN FUNCTION HARMONIZE THE RIGHT AND LEFT BRAIN HEMISPHERES ATTAIN WHOLE BRAIN SYNCHRONISATION IMPROVE MENTAL AND EMOTIONAL WELLBEING ENHANCE CREATIVITY REDUCE PAIN IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE OPTIMIZE PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Are you busy worrying, planning, living in the past or constantly thinking? Do you wish to … Continue reading Practice Mindfulness One-On-One or in Groups