2016 will be remembered by many as the year of Brexit, Trump, and the death of so many celebrities we loved.
But it hasn’t been all bad- some good things happened this year too. It's far to easy to just listen to the News (which always seems doom and gloom) or focus on the Facebook posts where someone rants about everything being bad. There are good things happening in the world every day. You just need to look for it, focus on it and then do something good too.
What have you done today that makes you feel proud?
Here are the seven most popular stories from the Good News Shared website in 2016 - we hope they make you smile and feel a bit more optimistic about the coming year. Continue reading.
Originally posted on Good News Shared.
Happy New Year to all my followers and thank you for visiting this website.
End of year festivities are now in full swing with our focus on friends, family and food. In this blog I look at how diet can affect your mental health, and share some healthy eating tips to get you through the silly season without the mood swings and guilt.
Does diet affect mental health?
We all have anecdotal evidence to support the notion that how you feel can affect the foods you choose to eat. If you’re in a negative mood, you’re more likely to choose indulgent, comfort foods that are sugary, fatty or salty instead of opting for nutritious options.
What is less understood is the causal relationship between food and how it affects brain function and mood.
Associate Professor Felice Jacka, Deakin University researcher and founder of the International Society for Nutritional Psychiatry, says that numerous studies have found a link between diet and mental health. Continue reading.
Originally posted on YourBrainHealth.com
There is often a misunderstanding of Hypnotherapy and how it can help improve your life. Many think hypnosis is restricted to fear of flying, stop smoking or weight loss. However, there has been significant advances in the field of hypnotherapy in recent years, and I want to share with you ten benefits of hypnotherapy and how it can help improve your life.
1. Hypnosis works directly with your unconscious mind
Have you ever wondered why do things automatically and out of your conscious awareness without any conscious input - using cocaine, hair pulling, having sexual issues or blushing? The answers live in your unconscious world.
By accessing your unconscious mind, you have the ability to change these behaviour patterns into a positive way of living your life. Continue reading.
Originally posted on Linda Connors.co.uk
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