How Pregnancy Impacts Womens’ Mental Health

A study by the World Health Organisation found that worldwide, about 10% of pregnant women and 13% of women who have just given birth experience a mental disorder. Pregnancy impacts both your physical and mental health in large-scale and often...

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Self-Care Activities That Can Help Your Mental Health

When people have mental health troubles their self-care often falls by the wayside. A number of problems, including depression, can sap your motivation to perform daily tasks. When you don’t clean, exercise or cook reasonable meals for yourself...

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Want to make a difference in Mental Health?

Explore HETI’s Postgraduate Courses in Applied Mental Health Studies and Psychiatric Medicine At the Health Education and Training Institute (HETI), students are equipped to lead the recovery-oriented, clinical care of people with lived...

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5 Exercises That Directly Impact on Mental Health

Why does exercise make us feel healthier, mentally? Often, individuals who workout habitually do it merely for the reason that it makes them feel better. Exercise can lift your mood, attentiveness and vigilance. It can also help give you an...

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Workers too scared to take mental health leave

Mental health leave is becoming increasingly common yet more than half of workers are too scared to take it. Two thirds of jobseekers surveyed by SEEK feel society has become more accepting of workers taking a mental health day to deal with...

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5 Tips for Better Sleep (and Greater Mental Health)

Sleeping is a crucial process for the improvement of your body’s health. On the flip-side, there are a plethora of studies already that implicates the adverse effects of sleep deprivation to our body. In this article, I will provide you...

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