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Progressive Muscle Relaxation

If you've ever been so frustrated or angry that your emotions have become visible in your clenched fists or clamped jaw, or you regularly arrive home with aching shoulders and upper back, you've experienced muscle tension.

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Slow Breathing

People experiencing depression, stress or anxiety sometimes 'hyperventilate', meaning they use a rapid, shallow breathing style. This can result in feelings of tension, fatigue and sometimes panic.

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ABC Awareness

Increasing your awareness of unhelpful thoughts can help change the way you view yourself and the world.

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Perception Is Everything

Our thoughts and beliefs about an event can significantly influence our emotions and subsequent actions. So how do we turn thought-power into a positive?

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Weekly Planner

Find the routine that works best for you.

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Balance Your Week

Taking a look at the demands on your time and working out what to tackle first and what to let go can help with that heavy, 'overwhelmed' feeling.

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Making The Most Of Motivation

Making lifestyle changes is tough, especially when it involves going outside our comfort zone. Understanding how motivation works can make it easier to implement changes for the better.

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What Is Clinical Depression?

The expression 'depressed' is frequently and often incorrectly used to describe emotions ranging from disappointment to feeling flat. So what is clinical depression and what are the options for dealing with it?

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Parasomnias

Parasomnias are a range of sleep disorders that might sound amusing, but can be terrifying for those who experience them.

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Sleep CBT – Putting It In To Practice

Now that you have some understanding of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), we can work through some examples related to negative thoughts about sleep.

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Sleep CBT – How Does It Work?

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for insomnia aims to change established negative thought patterns and beliefs about sleep, and replace them with those that are more realistic and positive.

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Overcoming Persistent Insomnia – Behavioural Techniques

You've attended to the basics of sleep hygiene but sleeplessness still has the upper hand. Aside from counting sheep, what can you do to smash the vicious cycle of persistent insomnia?

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Stressed Out Of Sleep

Is lack of sleep making you stressed, or are you stressed out because you can't sleep? Sometimes it can be difficult to know which came first.

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Playing Catch-Up With Sleep

Is it possible to 'catch up' on lost sleep with a weekend sleep-in or afternoon naps, and what effects will it have on your sleep cycle?

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Insomnia & Mental Health

While insomnia increases your risk for depression, it’s not uncommon for a psychological condition to be the underlying cause of sleep problems.

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