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How houseplants could be the answer to Seasonal Affective Disorder

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SAD: how exercise can ease symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder

According to new research, working out for this long could help reduce your seasonal affective disorder.

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Vicky McClure on the mental health benefits of authentic friendships

“Find people that are not in competition with you, they’re not trying to bring you down,” she says.

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Nadiya Hussain’s advice to her younger self is incredibly moving

“Be kind to yourself… it’s going to be OK.”

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What’s the difference between seasonal affective disorder and depression?

It’s not just to do with the time of year.

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Dua Lipa looks for things she doesn’t want to see on the internet

And we can all relate...

National Stress Awareness Day: What is stress? What does stress do to your body?
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What is stress, and how does it affect your body?

For National Stress Awareness Day, we put your most frequently asked questions about stress to a number of experts. Here’s what they had to say.

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How embracing the ‘mindful sex’ trend could boost your wellbeing

What is slow sex, and why is it so powerful for women?

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LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 01: Reese Witherspoon attends a special screening of Apple's "The Morning Show" at The Ham Yard Hotel on November 1, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for Apple)
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Reese Witherspoon still feels “guilt” and “extreme anger” over teenage sexual assault

“I sometimes get really upset and it runs the gamut from sad to heartbroken to extreme anger,” says The Morning Show star.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Life

New month motivation: nail November with these self-care checklists

These pretty illustrations will help you make the most of the month ahead.

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Megan Murray
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Meghan Markle “doesn’t want to be loved” by the public – for a powerful reason

The Duchess of Sussex says she’s not motivated by public affection in her role.

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Anna Brech
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Life

The unhealthy truth about that “snowflake” millennial trope

A new study shows those aged 25 to 40 are most likely to keep working while sick

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Struggling to deal with Brexit burnout? Read this

Has the recent political coverage left you feeling anxious and disengaged? You could be dealing with Brexit burnout.

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Living with body dysmorphia: “I don't see myself the way others do”

Like Billie Eilish, writer Millie Milliken has been diagnosed with Body Dysmorphic Disorder. She shares her story with Stylist.

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Our junior beauty writer’s 10-step bedtime routine – in micro detail

Mood-boosting mists and an SAD-tackling lamp is the perfect recipe.

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Ava Welsing-Kitcher
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What are weighted blankets, and can they help with anxiety?

Here’s everything you need to know.

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“I tried Nunchi in a bid to ease my social anxiety – and this is what happened”

Poorna Bell tried nunchi – the Korean secret to happiness – to help her be less self-conscious and awkward in social interactions.

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The 11 best fiction and feminist reads for November

From Elizabeth Strout to Emma Forrest, these 11 incredible books will excite your mind and heart this winter.

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Francesca Brown
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The surprise benefits of narcissism – and what we can learn from them

New research has given us some thought-provoking results.

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The best bath oils for dry skin, sore muscles and pure relaxation

Whether you like your bath dosed with jasmine, persimmon, lemon balm or kelp.

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Do negative headlines stay in your head throughout the day? You could have a “sticky mind”

Here’s how to deal with this common symptom of anxiety.

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