Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Blog - Archive for 2015

Phones Need Bed Mode To Protect Sleep CBT
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Phones Need Bed Mode To Protect Sleep CBT

Smartphones, tablets and e-readers should have an automatic "bedtime mode" that stops them disrupting people's sleep, says a leading doctor. Prof Paul Gringras argued the setting should filter out the blue light that delays the body clock and keeps people awake later into the evening. The Doctor,…

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Mental Health Equality High Profile Backing
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Mental Health Equality High Profile Backing

A campaign calling for an increase in funding for mental health services in England has been launched. Over 200 celebrities have backed the push for mental health to be treated as seriously as other illnesses. Comedian Frank Skinner, former footballer Ian Wright and presenter Graham Norton are also…

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World Mental Health Day
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World Mental Health Day

On World Mental Health Day we want to share Ten Top Tips to Enhance Wellbeing with you. Why don’t you make it your objective to do at least three of these things today? Keep active – this increases your overall energy levels and enhances mood Maintain a structure to your day Recognise daily…

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CBT Insomnia Daily Mail
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CBT Insomnia Daily Mail

Libby Galvin for the Daily Mail: Apparently, we spend one-third of our lives asleep. Not me. Ever since I was a child, most of the time everyone else has spent getting their beauty sleep, I've spent tossing and turning, exasperated at my inability to do what should be so natural. Once I do finally…

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Feeling anxious? It's good to cry
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Feeling anxious? It's good to cry

A recent Guardian article has published statistics from a recent poll taken by Mind, the mental health charity. It states that one in five 18-34-year-olds admit to having cried in the past week because of anxiety, while four in five say they put on a brave face when anxious.

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