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Relaxation Podcasts

Posted on the 7th May 2013


The Mental Health Foundation has released their first suite of podcasts which are free to download. There are a range of podcasts from sleep and wellbeing to stress and relaxation. They can be listened to on your mp3 player on the move or computer. 


Stress and Relaxation - Full Works This podcast gives the listener stress management techniques which can help relieve pressure from daily life. July 2008 15 minutes
Stress and Relaxation - Quick Fix This podcast can be listened to whenever you feel tense and is a simple and great way to calm your mind and body down. July 2008 5 minutes
Stress and the Mind - Full Works This podcast has a series of exercises which outline how to use positive emotions and imagery to ease pressure. July 2008 17 minutes
Stress and the Mind - Quick Fix This podcast has some quick relaxation and breathing exercises which you can do anywhere to help clear your mind. July 2008 7 minutes
Well Being and Nutrition - Full Works This podcast is intended to give the listener an introduction into how good nutritious diet can help mental health. October 2008 15 minutes
Well Being and Positive Thinking - Full Works This podcast introduces positive thinking as a way of reducing anxiety and encouraging focus and goal setting. September 2008 12 minutes
Well Being and Sleep - Full Works This podcast is intended to be listened to in bed and can help you relax and get ready to go to sleep. July 2008 8 minutes
Wellbeing and Relaxation - Full Works This podcast gives the listener a short and easy form of meditation which can be effective in relaxing and reducing stress. July 2008 16 minutes
Wellbeing and Sleep - Quick Fix This podcast has a number of short breathing techniques which can help relax and reduce stress before you go to bed. July 2008 7 minutes


Please note: Do not listen whilst driving, riding or operating heavy machinery. Please stay safe.

These podcasts were launched at a series of BBC Headroom events. For more information visit the BBC Headroom website