As we head into the weekend, our latest blog post, from team member @ameliamcg, is a good reminder of the importance of sleep.
We hope you get lots of it over the weekend.
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Our latest blog post, by team member Tanya Freijy, is all about Probiotics, Prebiotics and Gut Feelings a new trial we are running in collaboration with ARCADIA Research Group (UniMelb).
Read it here: https://t.co/LWNKBMgycO
Only one week to go before our exciting obstacle course! Book your tickets now and join us for a day of muddy fun, yummy snags and great tunes!
Scrolling instead of sleeping? 📲 We've got what you need 👇
Ever been in a crowded room and still felt lonely? It sucks, but small steps can make a difference.
Muddy Good Fun brought to you by Peninsula Rotaract to support SPOTA youth mental health initiatives. Register today and help save young lives. http://peninsulaobstaclecourse.com.au/…/peninsula-rotaract…/
Vitality and real happiness starts with Building healthy habits: Mostly around relationships, food, sleep, exercise, self-awareness & meaningful pursuits.
A fresh new year presents a great opportunity to make plans and set goals for the 12 months ahead. It’s also a good time to focus on our mental health and wellb...eing.
What better time to share some tips on what we can all do to look after ourselves now and in the future.
Tip #1: Take time out for things you enjoy.
Balance in life is important, so taking time out for things you enjoy can make a difference to how you think and feel.
Our brains love to get physical. 🏌️🏄⛹️🏋️🚴🤾
When you get active, the brain releases the feel-good chemicals: endorphins, dopamine and serotonin, which are great ...to help lift your mood. Regular exercise also helps balance your body’s level of stress hormones, such as adrenaline.
Not only is regular physical activity is a great way to prevent and manage the symptoms of mild anxiety and depression, but it can also help you to sleep better, increase your energy levels and more. If you're just getting started, there's a lot of little things you can do to get you going, like taking the stairs instead of the elevator.
Inspired to get out there? We've got a great a guide on our website to get you started - http://bb.org.au/2uk7d1G
It's a cool, rainy morning here in Sydney, and we wanted to extend a warm welcome to more than 300 of you who've liked our page in the last two weeks!
We are p...assionate about supporting the mental health and well-being of our Australian and international community, and are grateful to so many of you for coming on board and helping us share our work.
To see what we are all about, check out our website:
We are hosting a Parent Forum on Positive Mental Health for Children at Padua College Tyabb on Thursday 9 November. Di McGreal will be our speaker and it promises to be a fun and informative night. Invite a friend, book your tickets and come along.
Hastings FREE – Youth Mental Health First Aid @mhfa_australia adults working with young people. Reserve a place now https://mhfa.com.au/courses/public/36233
Self-awareness: The path to inner peace. #Mentalhealthweek & beyond Build healthy habits: Mostly around relationships, food, sleep, exercise, #SELF-AWARENESS &... meaningful pursuits.
#HeadtoHealth gives you a bird’s eye view on the topic of mental health with sections on meaningful life, mental health difficulties, supporting yourself, and supporting someone else.