January Blog on Somatic Practice
Dance like no one is watching.
Check out our new blog on somatic practice and find out how to dance with pain.
Another new paper
Ever wondered about how steady your circadian rhythms are? This article led by Anita Lenneis published in the Journal of Biological Rhythms may provide some answers.
Intraindividual Variability and Temporal Stability of Mid-Sleep on Free and Workdays
Take a look at our new paper in press with The Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine
It takes on a family perspective for understanding and treating insomnia and poor sleep quality during peripartum and its consequences on mental health.
This is a joint position paper from the European Insomnia Network–Task Force “Sleep in Women” and the Italian Section Marcè Society for Perinatal Mental Health.
Hello, I am Paige, research assistant of the WITHIN Study at Warwick. This week, in the UK, it is Crohn's and Colitis awareness week and as part of the #ItTakesGuts campaign, I wanted to share my story with you all. Having Ulcerative Colitis (UC) hasn’t always been easy for me to talk about, but I wanted to share some of my experiences to raise awareness of UC, so that people who have it know that they are not alone. Read more.
Special thanksgiving blog
Thanksgiving is a national holiday celebrated in different counties such as America, Canada and Brazil and is often marked with family get-togethers and a large turkey for dinner! Traditionally, it is an occasion where people give thanks for their blessings from the past year. In the UK, we don’t typically celebrate thanksgiving the way people do across the Atlantic, but as it falls during our second national lockdown due to COVID-19, we have been wondering about the concept of giving thanks from a psychological and health perspective. Read more.