Calmwards Blog

Want to feel more happy? Do something active!

The concept of exercise improving our mood is not new. Many studies in recent years have shown that people who are physically active have a much lower risk of developing anxiety and depression than those who aren’t.

 A 2018 study by researchers at the University of Michigan compared...

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Exercise & The Menopause

The menopause has long been a taboo subject. Despite roughly 8 in 10 women experiencing menopausal symptoms, women are often embarrassed to talk about the changes taking place and as a result many stop exercising like they did before. 

We take a look at some common questions surrounding the...

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Volunteering for Sport In Mind

Calmwards founder Gen talks about her recent experience volunteering for the fantastic UK sports mental health charity Sport In Mind.

How does exercise make a difference to your mental health?

The health of your mind and body are intrinsically linked. Exercise reduces levels of the body's stress...

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5 Easy Ways to Look After Yourself Today

Put your feet up

If you feel tired, stressed or anxious then try this pose for 10 minutes. It helps regulate your blood pressure, reduces swelling in the legs, improves your digestion and calms your nervous system.

1. Sit on the floor, side-on against a wall.
2. Swing your legs round and...

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