Chill Out Zone

What is burnout, and how can you cope with it?
What is burnout, and how can you cope with it?

More and more people are admitting to burnout at work. In May 2019, the World Health Organisation (WHO) recognised burnout as an “occupational phenomenon”. Recently, a study of around 7,500 full time workers discovered that 23% were in “burnout mode” regularly, while around 44% “sometimes” entered burnout mode.

Work and family demands may impact women's heart health
Work and family demands may impact women's heart health

It is believed by researchers that cardiovascular health and stress are linked in some way, but it is unclear what the association is. A new study has recently investigated the effects of a unique kind of stress – work-family conflict.

‘Mindful People’ Feel Less Pain; MRI Imaging Pinpoints Supporting Brain Activity
‘Mindful People’ Feel Less Pain; MRI Imaging Pinpoints Supporting Brain Activity

Ever wonder why some people seem to feel less pain than others? A study conducted at Wake Forest School of Medicine may have found one of the answers – mindfulness.

When's the best time to take a warm bath for better sleep?
When's the best time to take a warm bath for better sleep?

Taking a warm shower or bath before bedtime is a known way to improve sleep, but when's the perfect time to do it? A new study has the answer.

More evidence that pets benefit mental health
More evidence that pets benefit mental health

New research examines how interacting with pets affects cortisol levels among college students.

Harness the power of summer to have fun with realistic, effective anti-ageing, rejuvenation approaches that really work and rewind your body-clock.
Harness the power of summer to have fun with realistic, effective anti-ageing, rejuvenation approaches that really work and rewind your body-clock.

Harness the power of summer to have fun with realistic, effective anti-ageing, rejuvenation approaches that really work and rewind your body-clock.

Chemicals in the kitchen
Chemicals in the kitchen

The development of chemicals in the last hundred or so years that would serve to help us be cleaner, live more efficiently and generally ‘improve’ our lives has had a devastating effect upon our immune systems. It is estimated that anyone living in a “Westernised” environment encounters up to 2,100,000 man-made chemical exposures every day. The truth is that we simply don’t know what most of these chemicals do – and they have never been researched in combination. We are sitting on the top of a ticking time-bomb – and only time will really tell us about the true effects of synthetic chemicals.

The anti-inflammatory effects of a sense of awe and wonder
The anti-inflammatory effects of a sense of awe and wonder

The anti-inflammatory effects of a sense of awe and wonder

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