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The latest posts from within Nash Squared on health and wellbeing.

Financial Security

Financial Security

In Today’s world everyone cherishes for a well secured life ,having little to negligible worries being financially cures most of life’s problem.

Nash Squared World Games, supported by the Wellbeing Hub

Nash Squared World Games, supported by the Wellbeing Hub

The Games bring together teams from across the globe to see who can accumulate the most points through a variety of exercises.

Can being healthy make you richer?

Can being healthy make you richer?

Using fitness and nutrition to work on your physical fitness and wellbeing can actually make you richer...did you know that? Let me explain how.

Wellbeing; Indian Culture Perspective

Wellbeing; Indian Culture Perspective

There is a lot to tell you all about wellbeing from an Indian culture perspective, but here is a glimpse of what is it...

Hydration Is key!

Hydration Is key!

Have your parents always told you to drink water without fully knowing the reasons why? (water is healthy for you, it makes up 70-80% of your body etc)

Financial Advice I Would Give To My Younger Self

Financial Advice I Would Give To My Younger Self

Your spending choices influence market demand & consequently decision making of organisations especially in a data. Your spending counts, so spend wisely!

How to boost your vitamin D levels during Winter?

How to boost your vitamin D levels during Winter?

Until Spring time our bodies suffer the loss of sunshine a vitamin D. A low supply of vitamin D can poses a health risk to everyone.

Benefits of Yoga Practice

Benefits of Yoga Practice

There are many misconceptions that you have to be flexible to do yoga, or able to do a headstand but that couldn’t be further from the true purpose.

5 Autumn & Winter Wellness Tips.

5 Autumn & Winter Wellness Tips.

Since the clocks went back at the weekend, we wanted to share with you some interesting 5 Autumn & Winter Wellness Tips.

The role of cholesterol

The role of cholesterol

This month is National cholesterol month, so today we’re going to speak about the role of cholesterol in your body. But first of all, what is Cholesterol?

Conscious Running

Conscious Running

Running in nature and Positive Psychology observation. Research in positive psychology shows that being in nature has a beneficial effect on happiness.

How to keep blood pressure low

How to keep blood pressure low

This month we will have blood pressure awareness week. Make this month one where you make conscious efforts to reduce your blood pressure.

Sleep as much as your body needs

Sleep as much as your body needs

Sleep forces us to keep still, to get rest and relaxation, conserve energy by reducing needless movement, is time for tissue repair and brain restoration.

The Positive Effect of Plants and Nature on our Lives

The Positive Effect of Plants and Nature on our Lives

Having plants at home or in the office has a noticeable positive effect on both our physical and psychological stress from mental work.

How to incorporate routine cardio into your daily life

How to incorporate routine cardio into your daily life

We all live busy lives and so it can be difficult to fit in time for a run - we’re just a bit too tired and demotivated to do anything other than rest.

Why Employers Should be Embracing Neurodiversity

Why Employers Should be Embracing Neurodiversity

Around 1 in 7 of us are neurodivergent and this should be embraced by all aspects of life, especially in the workspace...

NASH PRIDE: a guide to understanding pronouns

NASH PRIDE: a guide to understanding pronouns

What some people may not know is there are many valid gender pronouns becoming increasingly common that we ought to respect.

How to Prevent and Overcome Imposter Syndrome

How to Prevent and Overcome Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome refers to an internal belief that you aren’t as competent as others perceive. Many people experience this despite their achievements.

Putting Employee Wellbeing First

Putting Employee Wellbeing First

Whether it’s burnout or the loneliness of remote working, recent times has encouraged employers to take more responsibility for their people’s wellbeing.

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