As Clinical Lead of MindClinix and a highly regarded practitioner with Psychiatry-UK, Dr Adil Jawad brings more than two decades of experience to his role.
January 1st is often a day of reflection on how much damage all the season’s alcohol has done. Not just in terms of the latest hangover, but longer-term harm too: to your liver and waistline, your personal relationships and mental health. So, the New Year is a good time for looking forward, setting goals and making resolutions. Here are six reasons why Dry January is good for your mental health.
Christmas is the time of good cheer, a period of high-octane excitement, of planning parties and presents, and a time to spend, spend, spend. That can be overwhelming. Invariably, it’s the women within the family household that are responsible for keeping track of the spending, and at Christmas, the pressure is even greater than at any other time of the year.
It’s December 2021 and Christmas is fast approaching, along with the onset of Winter. Imagine a scenario, however, where you remain calm. You don’t flinch at the mention of Christmas. You even look forward to the prospect of a New Year, 2022, and what it might bring. Is this possible? Absolutely, and it starts with a small but significant step…
When you’re in a very dark place, it can feel as if you are lost with no way out. You cannot see which way to go. Hold on, there is a way, a light at the end of the tunnel. Right now you may feel hopeless but read on to hear real-life stories of how brave young men have overcome depression. Are you looking for a little hope? Let’s look at how life can change.
What does depression look like in women? Throughout history, women have been the subject of degrading and humiliating treatments, all in the name of mental health. Thankfully, society has traversed the centuries of depression…