Fifth of people experiencing mental health issues due to COVID-19, Exeter research finds A new survey has found that a fifth of people have experienced mental health issues and a third are feeling isolated as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The survey, run by the University of Exeter and ORB International, recorded the […]
An Exeposé Contributor details his own experience of domestic abuse and, in doing so, raises awareness of other men – who too often suffer in silence.
Coronavirus: the forgotten symptoms Alejandra Tapai reports on the repercussions of enforced isolation on the mental health of the elderly. Coronavirus is taking one of the most precious generations in our societies. In Italy and Spain, more than 80% of deaths have been of people older than 70. That we have not been able to […]
Lifestyle print editor Ceri Jackson shares the importance of taking a break from life’s pressures at this time.
The University of Exeter has pioneered the development of an online therapy that reduces the incidence of depression and anxiety in young people.
Lianna Tosetti reflects on perspective, uncertainty and hope in a time of crisis.
Our Lifestyle Team give us an insight into their lives in lockdown
Emily Pirie explores how Hockney’s paintings of spring represent the resilience and strength that can be found through art
Elinor Jones suggests some of her tried and tested methods for tackling isolation induced stress As the world has plunged into lockdown, now, more than ever, it is pertinent to ensure complete physical, mental and social wellbeing in order to come out the other side of this as well as you possibly can. However, this […]
Online Science Editor, Vincent Plant, discusses the psychology behind resilience and whether it is possible to develop it.