It Doesn’t Have To Be Game Over

It is the general consensus that the word addiction is often associated with toxic substances such as drugs and alcohol. However, addiction comes in many forms and with the recent classification of the disease, video gaming is becoming more recognised and claiming its rightful position under the umbrella of addiction.  Gaming addiction is on the [...]

2019-08-27T18:48:00+01:0027 August, 2019|News|

The Brain – And The Implications of Drugs

Our human control centre, the brain, is one of our largest and most complex organs with more than 100 billion nerves that communicate in trillions of connections, called synapses. It is the commander for our nervous system and is responsible for regulating all of our bodily functions. The interpreter of information, our creativity, our emotions, [...]

2019-08-19T15:17:32+01:0019 August, 2019|News|

‘I Need Help’ Sir Elton John Celebrates his 29 years of Sobriety.

“29 years ago today, I was a broken man. I finally summoned up the courage to say 3 words that changed my life, I need help. Thank you to all the selfless people who have helped me on my journey through sobriety.” Last week Sir Elton John shared a public post celebrating 29 years of [...]

2019-08-08T15:08:20+01:008 August, 2019|News|

Burn-out; The Disease Of The Working World

Cancer to diabetes, strokes to heart disease and now... burn-out. Although not yet classified as a  ‘medical condition’ this year we saw burn-out being included in the 11th revision of the Classification of Diseases, under ‘Occupational Phenomenon’ by the World Health Organisation. Burn out is defined by WHO as.. ‘A syndrome conceptualised as resulting from chronic [...]

2019-08-01T21:55:03+01:002 August, 2019|News|