Did you know that a normal amount of sleep per night for an adult is typically 7-9 hours?
Whether it’s SATs, GCSEs, A-Levels, university end of year exams or degree finals, exams can be a challenging time. No matter how much preparation you have done, it is common to feel worried or nervous before a test.
With the hectic lifestyles that most of us have today, it has never been more important to take a break. A holiday allows you to relax and do the things you love with family or friends, while leaving the hassles of the daily grind at home. However, it's no secret that preparing for a holiday can be stressful in itself!
Our minds are full of clutter and chaos with pressure at work and endless to-do lists at home. Work stress can cause worry and anxiety, and have serious health impacts if not addressed early. De-cluttering your mind can help to dust off the grey matter and make space for peace and relaxation. Try these simple techniques to relieve stress and improve your work-life balance.
Going to university is the beginning of an exciting new chapter in your life, and it is only natural to feel a little nervous. This may be especially true for freshers, but returning students can also experience this anxiety too. Even third and fourth year students may find that they need a little extra support as final exams approach and dissertations loom.
Life can be full of little ups and downs, and sometimes it takes more than a few deep breaths to pluck up the confidence to face new challenges
A new term is a fresh start, but there is no denying that going back to school after a break can be a worrying and stressful time for both parents and children alike. With 1 in 5 children experiencing 'school phobia' at some point during their school days, sometimes you may need a little extra help to get you both through the week and reduce stress.
Do you commute to work? Is your commute over 60 minutes long? If so, then you could be setting yourself up for a more stressful day before you even arrive at your desk!