The sleep debt: what is a lack of shut-eye doing to your brain?

A lack of sleep can make you irritable, undermine brain function, and put you at greater risk of injury.

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Digital therapy

The use of smartphone apps to treat mental health conditions like depression and anxiety is on the rise, but how do they stack up clinically?

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The problem with perfectionism

Striving for perfection at the expense of all else can increase the risk of mental health problems and lower your productivity.

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Train your brain with exercise

You know exercise reduces your risk of disease and can help you lose weight. But did you know it can improve your memory and even…

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Make your new year’s resolution stick

Most new year’s resolutions fail before they reach July. Here’s how you can buck the trend.

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Breaking the silence on menopause at work

There are big reasons why your workplace should be menopause-friendly

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If you booze, how much do you lose?

With Christmas just around the corner, LSJ investigates how alcohol can hurt your hard-won fitness gains.

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Brain food 101

Good eating habits can slow the ageing process of the brain – and help keep your body healthier, too.

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Move it or lose it

Niggling back pain? Aching knees? There is evidence to show human bodies begin to break down from as early as your 30s. Regular exercise can…

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The power of magnesium

You may put it on your garden or in the bath when your muscles are aching, but what about your body?

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