Stress is inevitable, and lots of discussion is had around how to best manage stress. But how has it impacted Singaporeans since the pandemic?
But an important thing to remember is that there are different types of stress, and sometimes it can be healthy and helpful.
How has stress impacted you this year?
We may feel our stress levels rising during this pandemic but remembering it’s a normal biological reaction to challenging situations can give us perspective, says the Institute for Mental Health's CEO Daniel Fung.
More and more, women are being diagnosed with ADHD as adults. For years, ADHD hasn't been recognised very well in girls and women, causing women with the disorder to struggle with lack of understanding, medication and support.
Read on to hear about the amazing impact that a diagnosis can have for women.
Think Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and the image of a hyperactive boy might come to mind. It’s a misconception that has caused some people to struggle for decades before they learnt the truth, and found their tribe.
Studies have found that spending time in nature benefits your mental health.
So make sure that, in these days of endless working from home, you make time to get outside.
Researchers found that people who spent at least 120 minutes a week in nature saw a boost in their mental and physical health, compared to people who didn’t spend any time in nature. This adds to a growing body of data finding that even short bouts of time spent in nature can result in real health...