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Brief summary from Dr Mohring

We all need wellbeing more than ever – we were delighted this month to host a webinar by our Lifestyle Psychiatry expert and Consultant Psychiatrist, Dr Judith Mohring, who reviewed the data around mental health in the pandemic, moving on to sharing practical tips to overcome the winter blues.

This free webinar brought together a variety of simple evidence-based life hacks to make working from home      during the winter months, healthier, happier and more productive. These insights lead to small, but powerful, behavioural changes to promote your wellbeing.


Dr Judith Mohring covered the evidence-base gathered in the pandemic before looking at the power of the outdoors: 

Movement – how our muscles help us manage stress and blood sugar levels- and how to move more without going for a run

The great outdoors – green space lowers stress levels within five minutes- but how can you access this in a city? Introducing house plants can help reduce your blood pressure

Light – daylight regulates everything from sleep to moods- low light levels in winter can cause real blues but  there are simple ways to help

Social contacts – invest in your social capital to stay well connected in these difficult times and why we all need social contact

Control – in uncertain times a sense of control is vital to maintain mental equilibrium- plan what you can to keep  on top of stress


Click here to view a recording of the session

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