Mental Health Awareness Week takes place from Monday 15 – Sunday 21 May 2023 and this year the official theme set by the Mental Health Foundation is ‘anxiety’.

Anxiety is a normal emotion that everyone has probably experienced at some point in their lives – for instance, when preparing for an exam, starting a new job or giving a speech in public. However, some people experience more frequent and intense levels of anxiety (an anxiety disorder) and the impact of this on their daily lives can become a problem.

Today, we’re looking at what anxiety means and some practices that can help you manage it better.

How many times have you found yourself complaining that you’ve got hardly any work done due to your day consisting of ‘back-to-back’ meetings? Many of us have been in this position at one time or another but if you feel meetings are consistently affecting your productivity (or that of others) then it’s time to make…