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Owning It: How ‘neurocycling’ can help your anxiety with Dr Caroline Lea‪f‬

For this episode my guest is the incredible cognitive neuroscientist and author Dr Caroline Leaf. We talk about anxiety and how important it is as a messaging system and how we should not want to live a life without any anxiety at all. In her new book, Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess, she talks through …
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A Mental Health Journey Podcast: #20: Noticing A Mental Health Decline

Mental health issues are a weird one where often times you yourself are the last person to notice they exist. Before we can reflect and act, we have to notice. The challenge is that noticing isn’t always as simple as it sounds. In this podcast, Conor shares his experiences of not noticing he was anxious/depressed/panicked …
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Where is My Mind? Episode 42: The Psychedelic Renaissance

In this episode, Niall speaks to founder and executive director of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) & global leader in this research field, Rick Doblin. They discuss the benefits of using psychedelics wisely in clinical settings and how the growing dynamic research is showing that it could be a breakthrough therapy in treating …
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The Problem Gambling Podcast, Season 3, Episode 7 – Mental Health (Focusing on Anxiety & Depression‪)‬

In this week’s episode of the podcast, Tony and Barry discuss the impact of a gambling problem on mental health – especially in terms of anxiety and depression.  We discuss the Therapeutic Lifestyle Change (TLC) approach to managing low mood, as well as discussing the importance of giving your mind a job to avoid over-thinking. …
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Mentally Yours: Race And Mental Health

“We’ve become more sensitive to each other’s needs” Rupen Kalsi is a Journalist at Metro.co.uk. She talks to Ellen about mental health in the Asian community, coming out to your family and giving her depression a name. Stay in touch with Mentally Yours on Twitter and our private Facebook group.
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Mentally Yours: Mental Health Awareness Week: Money And Mania

“I’ll spend a lot of money in a short amount of time and not really think about my actions” Hattie Gladwell is a Lifestyle Reporter at metro.co.uk. She chats to Ellen and Yvette about her compulsive spending, dealing with banks and feeling remorse after leaving the shops. Stay in touch with Mentally Yours on Twitter …
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Mentally Yours: Talking To Your Parents

“We’ve all found different ways to self harm” Henry Crew has suffered from anxiety and depressions, and has also lost friends to suicide. He chats to Ellen and Yvette about his Movember Motorcycle Challenge which kicks off this week.
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Mad Chat: Episode 1- BoJack Horseman with Hannah Giorgis

Sandy chats with writer Hannah Giorgis about their favorite cartoon about an alcoholic horse, BoJack Horseman (on Netflix.com).
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Mentally Yours: Coming Out

“I had a very difficult time coming to terms with my sexuality” Alexander Leon is a gay man of colour. Before coming out, at the age of 19 he attempted suicide. Ellen and Yvette chat to him about why so many people in the LGBT community suffer from mental health issues, especially depression.
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Mentally Yours: Young People’s Mental Health

Grace Victory is known as the Internet’s Big Sister. She has an army of people online getting in touch with her asking about advice on how to look after your mental health. What kind of advice and support are young people looking after?
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Mentally Yours: Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

It’s more than winter blues! Ellen and Yvette speak to Sybil Watson about her seasonal affective disorder, a category of depression that emerges in particular seasons of the year, mostly winter!
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Mentally Yours: Bulimia

Bulimia is not only about food. Cat Meffan runs the blog Imperfect Matter where she talks about binging, purging and using yoga to deal with her bulimia. Get involved in the conversation on the Mentally Yours Facebook Group.
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