Leo Powell suggests a number of ways to connect with people and help your mental health
Leo Powell previews World Mental Health Day next Sunday with some tips on how to improve our lives
Leo Powell caught up with Emma Robinson of HorseBack UK to learn some lessons you can use at home - even without a horse
Leo Powell has some ideas to help maintain mental health in autumn and winter, especially for those who suffer from Seasonal Affactive Disorder
Leo Powell says that taking time out each day for yourself isn’t a luxury, it is an investment
Leo Powell offers some tips on how to deal with anxiety, a common experience for people
Leo Powell has details of the industry assistance programme (IAP) which is free to people working with horses
Aristotle, who lived from 384 to 322 BC wrote that "There is something to be wondered at in all of Nature". Leo Powell has some tips on how this can help our mental health
Leo Powell with some facts about the increasing problem of anxiety
Leo Powell has a number of practical suggestions to improve your sleep quality
Inspired by a comment made by President Joe Biden, Leo Powell lokks at the importance of respect
Leo Powell suggests we look a new resolutions for the year ahead
Leo Powell suggests a number of ways to navigate the sometimes difficult period over Christmas
Leo Powell revisits the disorder sometimes known as 'the winter blues'
Leo Powell asks readers to remember a quote from Thomas Edison: "I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work"
Leo Powell has some suggestions on how to handle stress in life, and urges readers to undertake them over the coming weeks
Leo Powell suggests a mantra by which you should try to live your life, and help you through these troubling times
Leo Powell speaks about his own struggles with the current pandemic and has some suggestions on how to handle it
Leo Powell writes that feeling down is very different from being depressed. Here he has some usual pointers to the symptoms and types of depression, in addition to some supports that may help
Leo Powell suggests a number of ways in which you can help someone going through a troubled time, and some things to avoid
Get full unlimited access to our content and archive.
Subscribe to The Irish Field
Unlimited access to The Irish Field via your computer, mobile device, tablet or newspaper delivered to your door.
Already a subscriber? Sign in