Help change the face of men’s health and help the 1 million Australian men living with depression or anxiety. Let’s put the moustache back on the face of fashion and have some fun supporting a good cause. For one, prostate cancer is the biggest cause of natural death for men and is desperately in need of donations and funding. And let’s not forget – men’s health is great for women’s health!
Thanks to Sandy Smith from the Canberra times for this enlightening piece, originally published on 13/11/14.
As well as making others feel good, there is evidence that people who spread a little kindness are happier, healthier and more attractive than their mean-spirited peers says mental health professional.
With World Kindness Day being celebrated around the world today, what better excuse is there to muster up some good intentions and show kindness to others?
Clinical psychologist Jo Lamble from Sydney explains how carrying out random acts of kindness will make you happy.
“Research tells us that having a strong sense of meaning and giving to others is the best way to find happiness. Being kind lowers our stress levels, which means less cortisol running through our system, lower blood pressure, better sleep, and stronger immune systems”
Feeling Flat, anxious or depressed? National Psychology Week (9-16 November) is as good-a-time as ever to take control of your mental health! Start by following these tips from the Australian Psychological Society and think about how to get your life on track:
1. Identifying the benefits of change
Think about how your lifestyle is affecting your health and happiness: is your current lifestyle costing you your health? Do you avoid activities or social events due to your health or weight? Would making a change actually benefit you?