As we steadily approach the anniversary of the first UK nationwide lockdown, it is becoming increasingly apparent that the mental
The coronavirus outbreak means most of us will be housebound for the foreseeable future, which may leave us feeling anxious, frustrated, lonely and most notably, bored.
The amount of police officers taking a leave of absence due to stress and anxiety has risen by almost 60%.
Ever so often new products come on the market, be it fad diets like the Atkins, dance crazes like Gangnam style or toys like the hula hoop. But what is CBD, on everyone’s lips in the past year or so? MM investigates…
Log out, shut down and find your inner Zen this Friday to celebrate International Yoga Day – here’s MM’s guide to where to chill on June 21.
‘We can transform mindsets’: Manchester company ‘bullish’ they can rectify 50 MILLION lost work days a year
A £10million Manchester-based company is to launch new services that aim to transform the likelihoods of sick and injured people and improve the jobless rates of the UK.
‘Like walking around all day with your sock slipping off’: Manchester blogger sheds light on living with anxiety
Anxiety and mental health conditions are often tricky to explain but Manchester blogger and model Laura Whitehurst describes it as ‘like walking around with your sock falling off.
Life-changing calming techniques have been introduced at a Manchester hospital’s mobile chemotherapy unit in order treat patients who suffer from anxiety and a phobia of needles.
Being gay doesn’t define me but it’s something I’m no longer ashamed of, instead I can accept and embrace it.
‘Faith is my anchor, it kept me from drowning’: Manchester shares stories for World Mental Health Day
Today is World Mental Health Day and, with one in four adults suffering from some form of mental illness, now is the time to start talking about it.
A team of healthcare professionals are stepping out of the clinic and into the spotlight to raise awareness of young people’s mental health and emotional wellbeing.