Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and the Changing Seasons – A ‘The Green Rooms’ Guide

Summer turns into Autumn As we move away from the summer months, we are likely beginning to notice the days getting shorter and the weather becoming colder. The arrival
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Keeping our “Keep-Fit” Resolutions: The Benefits of Exercise

Returning to work after the festive celebrations, the adverse weather conditions, and the financial burdens of paying off any outstanding Christmas debts mean that January can feel like a
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Smoking : Why should l quit?

Smoking and Health Smoking is the biggest cause of premature death in the UK, with approximately 100,000 people being killed in the UK through health issues caused by smoking.
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Proud Glaswegians: The Legacy of the Commonwealth Games

Over the duration of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Glasgow has charmed the sporting world. We have watched as our city has welcomed some of the world’s best athletes. The
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The Commonwealth Games and Junk Food Cravings: A Survival Guide by ‘The Green Rooms’

The Commonwealth Games in Glasgow As Glasgow gets ready for the arrival of the Commonwealth Games, we may find ourselves being swept up in the sporting atmosphere and encouraged
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Summer of Sport: The Green Rooms’ Survival Guide

We’ve had Wimbledon, the World Cup and we’re now in the thick of preparations for the Commonwealth Games. Sporting events have been everywhere this summer, and while many of
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The Wimbledon Diet: What Type of Foods Fuel our Favourite Tennis Players?

This year’s Wimbledon tournament has started. For the next two weeks, we all become tennis fans and avidly follow the successes and defeats of the players, marveling at the
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Avoiding Self-Sabotage
19 June, 2014

Avoiding Self-Sabotage: How to Successfully Reach your Goals and not Succumb to Instant Gratification: A Guide by ‘The Green Rooms’

Working towards and achieving our goals is very important to our sense of well-being. Whether we are embarking on a fitness programme, studying, saving for a large purchase or
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Beating Bullying: A Guide by ‘The Green Rooms’

Bullying can affect us at any time in our lives, either through our own experiences or those of a loved one. Bullying can cause significant trauma and distress to
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Panic Attacks- How to Cope: A Self-Help Guide by ‘The Green Rooms’

Stressful situations are a part of our everyday lives, and we all experience moments of anxiety or panic in response to being exposed to stressful or dangerous circumstances. However,
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What is Counselling and Psychotherapy? A ‘The Green Rooms’ Guide

Embarking on counselling or psychotherapy can be quite a daunting prospect for many people, particularly when you are not sure what to expect or what is involved. Counselling and
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How to Choose the Right Counsellor or Psychotherapist for you: A ‘The Green Rooms’ Guide

When embarking on counselling or psychotherapy it is important that you feel safe with your therapist and feel comfortable discussing your issues with her/him. Here is a quick guide
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19 February, 2014

Wimbledon and our Inner Tennis Player – A ‘The Green Rooms’ Report

The Wimbledon Championships Around the end of June every year, we welcome an annual sporting event that has long been a fixture on our televisions during the summer: the
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