Health & Wellbeing
Working hard can bring great satisfaction and rewards, and a little pressure can make us perform better. But, asks Hilly Janes, when does working hard turn into working too hard?
Most people see commuting as a necessary evil. Hilly Janes explains how you can turn your daily commute from a chore to something to look forward to.
It’s tempting to turn to over-the-counter supplements for stress, but are they a waste of money that could do more harm than good?
The archetypal boss from hell can make you feel stressed and helpless. Follow these simple tips to take back control and make your workplace your own.
Can stress during pregnancy harm an unborn child? Many women worry that their health or behaviour could damage the foetus, but what’s the evidence? And how can women help themselves?
Your wedding should be the happiest day of your life. But many of us find ourselves overwhelmed in the weeks leading up to the big day. Hilly Janes explains how to cope with wedding stress.
Caffeine is the most widely consumed psychoactive substance in the world. Is there a link between caffeine and anxiety? Hilly Janes explores the science.
Both doctors and sufferers have long accepted the reality of stress-related hair loss. Solid scientific evidence of the link between stress and hair loss, however, has only started to emerge fairly recently. We discuss the symptoms of stress-related hair loss, the science behind it and what you can do about it.
Stress-related illness costs the economy £3.7 billion a year and affects an estimated one in five of us each year. Hilly Janes explains why stress makes us ill and runs through seven of the most common types of stress-related illness.
Stress can express itself in different ways, which means that recognising your symptoms is vital in understanding how to relieve stress.