There are times when we all struggle to concentrate. Whether it’s grappling with something particularly taxing at work, trying to do your best in an exam or just feeling overwhelmed by everything on the to-do list and thus not knowing where to start. Times like this may have you searching for something to give your brain a boost.
Whether you are green fingered or a plant phobic by nature, the last year has brought about a rapid increase in our interest in gardening. Spending more time at home has meant more time to focus on any outside space or even just window boxes we have access too.
Easily irritated, forgetting simple tasks, even struggling to find words at times are all things I’ve experienced and heard people talk about a lot since we faced our new reality. There are very good reasons why our brains are not functioning the way they were pre pandemic. Here are three small ways to get our thinking back on track...
The Global Council on Brain Health has published its report on some of the impacts that Covid 19 has had on brain health AND what we can do to look after the brain health of the most vulnerable as we move into the next stage of this pandemic. Looking after our brain health has never been so important.
Do you trust your gut when it comes to making decisions? How looking after you gut can help with how we feel.