Dancing in a group – in a class, in a club, at a wedding – is social. So it could be just the thing for 2023, if the gym isn’t for you.
Yoga’s surge in popularity in the past decade has spurred more research into its effects. The combination of physical movement and mindfulness provides a wide range of health benefits.
New study reveals that ADHD personality traits are closely linked to common mental health problems, even more so than autism.
You don’t have to have a mental illness to get the benefits. Here’s how you can use what we’re learning from our research to boost your own mental health.
Silence in mental illness comes in many forms. Some of it is even empowering.
One way to prevent mental health challenges in children: Recognize and treat the mental health issues of their parents.
Alberta’s new policy on psychedelic-assisted therapy for mental illness may set a precedent that moves Canadians one step closer to accepting psychedelics as medicinal substances.
Mindfulness, one of the most common forms of meditation, is a skill that must be cultivated and practiced. With some training and discipline, it can help anyone live more fully in the moment.
Admissions, a varied collection by writers with lived experience of mental illness, is confronting, challenging, often surprising – and open to interpretation.
Candice Carty-Williams’ Queenie navigates dating as a Black woman, living in a Black body, and what it’s like to straddle two cultures while never really feeling as though you fit.
Dancing requires physical, social and cognitive engagement and, as a result, it may bolster a wide network of brain regions.
A gap year is dedicated time to explore who you are. It is not an indication you won’t return to further study.
A scholar of Black entertainment history reflects on the death of producer Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss and reflects on the history of Black male entertainers dancing or telling jokes to their deaths.
Some Premier League players may only have mere days to recover from the World Cup before returning to regular season play.
Certain genes and personality traits may explain why some people can hardly function the day after a night of drinking.
It’s a common phenomenon that couples near the end of the road will try to make it through Christmas and separate in the new year. If this is you, read this advice first.
Year 12 students around Australia are beginning to receive their exam results. It’s a time of intense pressure for many young people.
Fighting became a metaphor for Donna Lyon to recover from her childhood abuse. When her boxing career finished, she wondered if boxing – combined with creative writing – could help others like her.
Maladaptive daydreaming affects about 2.5% of people.
Changing your eating, exercising, socialising and engagement with nature can help treat depression. Now mental health professionals have some guidelines to shape treatment around lifestyle therapies.