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After suffering from an alcohol and cocaine addiction after leaving the army, Dan received help from SSAFA, the armed forces charity, who provided him with financial support to get his life back on track. Dan has now spent over 18 months walking the entire UK coastline to raise money for SSAFA, and today he walks us through both the mental journey …
 
Keeping anxiety a secret and bottling it up only gave it more power over me. Talking with those closest to me felt like a huge weight off my shoulders; whilst it might seem daunting it played a big role in working through it.โดย Mike Wells
 
Feel free to get involved in Movember with a donation here: https://movember.com/m/mikewells12?mc=1 From using alcohol and drugs to mask his pain to starting a mental health support group for men, James' story is both inspiring and relatable. We had an open chat about men's mental health, what we can do to challenge the stigma, and also how he look…
 
Here's a 4-step approach I use that helped me to work through anxiety when it well and truly had a grip on my life, preventing me from going into work and at times socialising too. This won't cure anxiety overnight, but in my experience consistently applying this technique worked wonders for me!โดย Mike Wells
 
Eating disorders can be crippling and are probably more prevalent in people than we realise. This week, Naida joined me to share how an eating disorder that she developed when she was younger affected her life, and the symptoms she experienced. She walked us through how she recovered, how she approaches food now, and a few other tangents such as ho…
 
A mindfulness teacher explains how to find peace in the present moment in our modern world. In a time where rates of anxiety and depression are through the roof, Manish's teachings couldn't be more relevant. We discussed happiness, meditation, social media, and even attention. Enjoy! Manish spent years working in the corporate world before deciding…
 
Chris Hood walks us through how he was diagnosed with ADHD at 27 years old, and how he manages his ADHD as an adult. He shares what the symptoms of ADHD are, how medication has helped him with ADHD, and also some useful tips he implements into his daily life to help him get by. You can connect with him here: https://www.tiktok.com/@happinessinmovem…
 
Sean Ruane tells us how he went from planning his own suicide to becoming the founder of a mental health startup. He shares the events that led to his depression, the symptoms he experienced, and the tools and techniques he used to gradually overcome depression. If you or anyone you know has suffered from depression, I hope that Sean's story can he…
 
It's safe to say this is one of my favourite episodes yet - Dr. Nick prior, founder of minderful.com came on to break down what a mental fitness routine is, and how to build one too. I'm a huge fan of looking at your mind in this way; you'd build a fitness routine for the muscles in your body, so why not treat your mind in the same way? Nick's got …
 
An ex-police officer shares the traumatic story that led to him developing PTSD, and the strategies he uses to cope with PTSD. Carl Jones walks us through the symptoms that he started to experience when he realised just how much his trauma was affecting him, along with his 'SLAP' method for dealing with mental health. About Carl: Carl suffers from …
 
Sam Thompson is a 3 x world cheerleading medalist with an inspiring story that has now led to him coaching others how to cheerlead and hosting his own podcast too. He came on to discuss his history of being bullied for pursuing cheerleading and broke down the mindset he's adopted to help him cope over the years. You can get tickets to sam's upcomin…
 
A certified grief recovery specialist shares practical tips to help us get through the grieving process. Vic Wilson-Crane walks us through her experience in dealing with grief, what to say to someone who's grieving, and also the truth about the 5 stages of grief. You can find out more about Vic here: https://books.drvictoriawilsoncrane.co.uk/…
 
Shari Lewison-Frisch joins me for an insightful episode where she shares her experience with self-harm, particularly with helping teenagers. She shared some alarming figures and information about self-harm, along with some practical strategies that anybody suffering with thoughts around self-harm can use to help manage them. You can connect with Sh…
 
So after interviewing about 10 people so far on the podcast I thought I'd share some key lessons that I've learned so far and have been able to implement into my own life to help me deal with anxiety when it crops up. I cover a lot of ground here, sprinkling in elements of the episodes so far, discussing things such as sleep, meditation, cold showe…
 
This week's episode is MAD interesting - Sébastien Zappa came on to spill his personal story about how he tackled his several-year battle with depression using cold exposure and a variety of breathing techniques. We discussed the Wim Hof breathing method, cold showers, the correct way to breathe throughout the day, and more importantly practical wa…
 
Today I'm joined by TJ Power, founder of the digital mind. TJ's extremely good at taking complex topics and making them easy to understand, and that shines through the entire episode if you ask me. He very clearly breaks down the way that the technology we use 'hijacks' the dopamine in our brains, which can lead to a variety of issues cropping up f…
 
So this week it's just little old me having a waffle about some issues I've faced in the past regarding body dysmorphia, particularly in my late teens/early 20's. It was definitely an interesting feeling filming this one because I haven't really spoken about it much vs other things I've gone through such as anxiety, so it's safe to say it was quite…
 
Hamed came on to share the traumatic story that burdened him from a child into a young man, and how he's managed to turn that trauma on its head and build a positive future for himself and his family. I honestly think that this could be one of the most inspiring stories I've ever come across, and the coping mechanisms he's put in place to process h…
 
Dr Philip M came on this week to open up about his crippling battle with depression earlier in his life. I really appreciated the depth of his backstory, and we moved on to spend most of the episode talking about the habits he's embodied into his life to help keep depression at bay. We discussed sleep, mindfulness, peer support groups, and the powe…
 
Daniel Sanders, chief scientific officer at Gwella mushrooms joins me for an in-depth discussion around the role that mushrooms can play in tackling the mental health crisis we're currently facing. We covered the stigma surrounding psychedelic mushrooms, how psilocybin, the active compound in psychedelic mushrooms is being used to treat a variety o…
 
Jay Williams from 'young dumb & no income' sat down with me this week and opened up about his past drug & alcohol abuse in his younger years. Now 100 days sober, I invited him on to hear about how this admirable move has impacted his mental health and allowed him to face the things he'd been running from through escapism. This was probably my favor…
 
In this week's episode, Ryan shares his experience of being a mental health nurse with us. He gave us some solid practical advice that we can all embody into our lives such as journalling, self-reflection, the power of habit, and even sleep. It's safe to say we went off on a fair few tangents but nonetheless, you'll get plenty of value from this on…
 
In this weeks episode, Taylor James from The WaffleShop podcast walks us through the traumatic experiences in his life that he's been able to turn into positive experiences; his own podcast being one of them. We discuss the importance of opening up and talking about your struggles, and take a few tangents into men's mental health and even comparing…
 
In this weeks episode, David Johnson explains how discovering meditation has allowed him to live a more peaceful life. Once tied down with the grip of many symptoms of mental health that we all experience today, David is now a meditation teacher and has made it his purpose to share what he has learned with the world. We discuss the benefits of medi…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Unbottled! In this episode, I open up about my journey with anxiety and how it's led me to the point of wanting to start this podcast. I also discuss a number of coping mechanisms that I use to deal with anxiety now, and discuss how the future of this podcast will be formed not only by me, but you, the listener too.…
 
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