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Matt Walker-Wilson, Hypnotherapist
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Discover how Alice overcame his fear of public speaking and how you can too. It's easier than you
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Discover how Adam overcame his fear of public speaking and how you can too. It's easier than you think!
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Can you read someone’s thoughts through their eyes? This is a one of the components of empathy, and research shows that we are actually quite good at it. You can test your own mind reading skills here:…
Can you read someone's thoughts through their eyes?
Can you read someone's thoughts through their eyes?
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They are reasonably cheap and require no special training. The focus and the sense of “being in the flow” when colouring in has been shown to reduce stress levels. So what’s not to like about adult colouring books? They are one of Amazon’s top selling…
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People who respond emotionally to other people’s feelings, have physically different brains, compared to those who respond more rationally, researchers at Monash University have discovered. People who have “affective” empathy, where they have a strong…
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It used to be thought that the lymphatic system, which is the basis of the immune system, stopped at the neck, but it has now been found to reach into the brain. This is a radical claim,  but this could be big news for research into diseases like multiple…
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Mindfulness techniques and exercises have been shown to promote wellbeing for a range of mental and physical health problems. And mindfulness has been shown to benefit patients of all ages. The Care Act 2014 (the Act) and the Mental Health Act 1983 Code…
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A firm grip may be a better indicator of a healthy heart than blood pressure, a study, published in the Lancet, reveals. Maybe this is why a firm (but not crushing!) handshake generates a sense of rapport and confidence, because it shows that the owner…
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