Worried brains can reduce anxiety levels by learning to respond to everyday situations in a less threatening way, according to new research published by The University of Western Australia and the University of Virginia.
Almost half the 1,000+ Australians recently surveyed said they felt overwhelmed by ‘life admin’ as personal and work pressures take hold, with 79% reporting struggling to keep up, to the point of needing help.
In modern-day western society, we are inundated with stressors. We’re so stressed that we don’t even recognise it as stress anymore, we just see it as our ‘normal’.
New research reveals that Australians are stressing away quality sleep, with many people being kept up at night due to high stress levels.
The National Mental Health Commission has announced #GettingThroughThisTogether, a national conversation to support the mental health and wellbeing of Australians as COVID-19 rolls on.
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