Tag: Anxiety

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“You are very critical of yourself, not just of other people” – Salford TikTok dancers explain how they use social media to gain exposure

Dance students use the social media platform TikTok to enhance their careers, but claim ‘it’s harder for artists now.’ Christos […]

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“We can eradicate this virus” – Walk-in Salford Covid-19 vaccination appointments begin

Salford residents over the age of 40 are now able to secure their first Covid vaccination jab via a walk-in […]

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“It has spiralled into my therapy” – Local mum shares how she uses art as a stress relief

With Stress Awareness Month in full swing, one woman has shared her love of art and how it has helped […]

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Salford woman starts her own takeaway business to help overcome anxiety

A local woman has opened up her new takeaway business in Salford, Fully Boxed Meals, specialising in Caribbean food. 30-year-old […]

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Woman begs neighbours to stop fireworks displays over fears for her dog

A Salford woman has begged neighbours to stop setting off fireworks, after daily bursts left her locked at home fearing […]

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“People through lockdown have been forced to confront themselves” – increase in anxiety due to lockdown, says Salford counsellor

The number of people reporting significant levels of depression and anxiety has risen exponentially after Boris Johnson’s lockdown announcement seven […]

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“A chat can change your life” Mind Salford volunteer creates mental health masks

Belinda Aaron, a Salford CVS volunteer, has created and designed face masks to encourage people to be more open about […]

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Let’s talk about mental health!

This Thursday, Time to Change is encouraging everyone to get talking about mental health as part of Time to Talk day. Time to Change is a growing movement helping change the way we all think about mental health problems, with the aim of ending mental health discrimination.

“It’s good to have that break”: Students encouraged to exercise to reduce stress

AS the assessment period begins, students are being reminded of the benefits of the “happy chemicals” released during exercise to […]