Managing your work-stress in 5 simple steps

It’s usual to feel slight levels of stress during work, regardless of occupation. This could be due to workload, deadlines or even your work commute. When the stress you experience begins to interfere with work production and home life, you need to think about making some changes. In 2015/2016, 11.7 million workdays were lost due to work-related stress, anxiety and depression. Stress was also further linked with 37% of all work absences.

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The role of green spaces in stress reduction

According to United Nations predictions in its data booklet entitled “The World’s Cities in
2016”, 60% of the world’s population will be housed in urban areas by 2030. Rapid
urbanisation will continue to drive growth and productivity through economies of scale,
however the transition will also bring challenges such as increased demands on infrastructure,
the environment and inhabitants’ mental health?

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Thrive Announce Gen Re Collaboration to Improve Outcomes in Mental Health

We have recently collaborated with Gen Re to improve mental health outcomes. Our evidence-based app provides support that helps people to detect, prevent and manage common mental health conditions such as stress, anxiety and mild depression. Given that Thrive: Feel Stress Free has built-in computerized cognitive behavioural therapy (cCBT) which techniques are used in every-day real life therapy, means that people can access the support they need before it becomes a serious problem, anytime of the day. 

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"There is no health, without mental health."

Guest Post: Evergreen Life - https://e-life.co.uk/

As the World Health Organisation states, “there is no health without mental health” – and people living with chronic physical conditions are at increased risk of developing poor mental health. So physical and mental wellbeing are inherently linked – as one declines, so does the other. We’ve partnered with Evergreen Life (a personal health record app) to give you some tips for staying healthy and happy. Take a look at their 6 top tips for keeping your heart in good shape:

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