It is well known that stress can potentially have a negative effect on both physical and mental health, but recent research conducted by the University of Valencia in Spain indicates that high-grade ethyl-epa fish oil could possibly prevent some of the adverse effects associated with chronic or prolonged stress. Ethyl-epa is a concentrated and purified form of the Omega 3 essential fatty acid Eicosapentaenoic acid or EPA. Researchers found that ethyl-epa helps transport the stress hormone cortisol through the blood brain barrier. This indicates that ethyl-epa fish oil could help cortisol to return to normal levels, which is important when we consider that during periods of prolonged stress, cortisol levels can remain very high and pose a significant risk to health.
NEWS Breaking……….. Manchester Tribunals Service BREAKING NEWS… Foley former CEO presented legal papers Wednesday 1st October 2008. Sheila Foley former CEO with Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust has taken action against the Trust for discriminating against her age, unfair dismissal discrimination or victimisationon the grounds of her age and on the use […]
Researchers find link between creative genius and mental illness By CAMILLE MOJICA REY For decades, scientists have known that eminently creative individuals have a much higher rate of manic depression, or bipolar disorder, than does the general population. But few controlled studies have been done to build the link between mental illness and creativity. Now, […]
“If you have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and would like to help with research looking into bipolar disorder and the impact on family relationships please read on, without volunteers psychological research would grind to a standstill, you will be very much appreciated by some pretty clever people for taking part in the study” – Rob, […]
Poles Apart Coffee Morning COFFEE MORNING A Group Supporting People with Bi-Polar Disorder: ·The home made walnut cakes and Nurse Val’s carrot cake brought those on diets to their knees, temptation was the clear winner and the economic pounds piled on making the compound efforts of all involved in the fundraising day a complete success […]
“MANCHESTER USERS’ NETWORK” Patients Meeting. Wednesday 29th October 2008, 10.30am. Held in the Therapy Centre. (Next door the Users’ Office) Park House Hospital. ALL PATIENTS WELCOME. SUPPORT WITH INCOME SUPPORT “We need to support and help each other.” Tea & Biscuits Available Further information Tel Alan, (0161) 918 4343/492 0790. Serious Benefit Concerns!! […]
Notice To All Members of Manchester Users Network From Jackie Daniel, Interim Chief Executive : Jackie Danial CEO: Today, the Healthcare Commission has released the results of the annual health check ratings for all NHS Trusts in England and Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust has been rated as; Quality of Services – Weak […]
“MR PRESIDENT THE MADNESS HAS STARTED: Mr Bush has been acting very erratic lately, and his profanity laced outbursts are becoming almost a daily occurrence, according to White House insiders. When Bush was questioned about his relationship with Kenneth Lay, the scandal ridden ex-CEO of Enron, Bush stormed off the podium and screamed to […]
“ALL WE ARE SAYING IS GIVE USERS A CHANCE!” In Manchester Piccadilly’s Gardens stood erected a big top tent, inside taking place was a meeting organised by Manchester Link, an organisation formed to bring forward idea’s that the public wants to see happening within the National Health Service. Sharing a platform of panellist were some […]
BOOK ONE: “More Time for Politics” is the publication of Tonys Diaries from 2001-2007 and is signed by Tony Benn ‘To the patients of Park House’
BOOK TWO “Dare to Be a Daniel Tony Benn, Then and Now” and Signed By Tony Benn with the words in Tonys own handwriting ‘For the support of Karen Reissmann’
It’s a beautiful written book about Tonys life and times and will be a historical collection piece for when the story is told about Karen’s own heroic stand for the patients of Manchester, it would make a wonderful present at Christmas for anyone who is interested in politics.