Archive Monthly Archives: January 2020

The relationship between exercise and mental health

Research on the relationship between exercise and mental health has abounded in recent years, cementing the importance of physical activity for a positive outlook and a healthy mind. The debilitating side-effects. Moreover, studies have demonstrated that 15 minutes of running per day can reduce the risk of major depression by approximately 26%. Even if you […]

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Supporting autistic children with mental illnesses

Supporting autistic children is a concern for many parents, teachers, caregivers and loved ones, especially when it comes to children who suffer from additional mental health challenges. In these cases, mental health conditions like anxiety, depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) are some of those most-commonly experienced. Apart from specialised care according to the symptoms presented […]

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Tips On Coping With Social Anxiety

Coping with social anxiety is a common area of concern for thousands of people – especially the younger population – in Australia. Social anxiety is also referred to as social phobia and is experienced by approximately 11% of the Australian population during their lifetime. This data also shows that women are more likely to experience […]

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