Covid-19, lockdowns, quarantine, now more than ever, people are struggling with their mental health. Healthista spoke to Kelsey Darragh who has written a book from her own personal experiences, in order to help people manage their mental health

Kelsey Darragh is a comedian, actor, video producer, podcaster, and now: author of Don’t F*cking Panic: the sh*t they don’t tell you in therapy about anxiety disorder, panic attacks, and depression. 

You probably best know Kelsey for her numerous videos on BuzzFeed, where she became a video producer and fan favourite with her popular segment Married vs. Single.

Her videos for BuzzFeed

Squat proof leggings are an essential gym kit item every woman needs. That’s why Healthista have functionality-tested the best leggings to see which ones pass the squat test

We’ve all been there – you’re in the gym perfecting that deep squat when you catch a glimpse of yourself in the mirror.

Instead of admiring your well-sculpted behind you notice that your booty is on show rather more than you would like it to be, no thanks to some very see-through leggings.

Finding a pair of good quality squat proof leggings isn’t easy. So we decided to hunt down some trusty

Lockdown 2.0 home workout routine sorted. For fat burning, calorie torching, full body workouts – look no further than Healthista’s 30-day home-workout challenge with celebrity PT Svava Sigbertsdottir

Another Lockdown is here. So why not give our Home Workout Challenge yet another try?

In fact, new research has revealed that 30 percent of people are doing more exercise since lockdown, so lets keep it up guys!

Are you ready for day one? Let’s do this…

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How do the dancers on Strictly Come Dancing look that good? Well, it may have something to do with all that dancing they do. Former Strictly pro Natalie Lowe, reveals why dancing is the best way to keep fit

Strictly Come Dancing has returned to our screens – *happy dances around the room*.

Other than the glitz, the glam, the dancing, the music – there are the bodies. The perfectly sculpted (not to mention tanned) bodies that make you want to call your nearest gym and hand over your life savings in return for a hot bod.

If you have

It is often believed that exercise and pregnancy don’t mix. But according to perinatal yoga teacher Rehana Jawadwala – author of Why Pregnancy and Postnatal Exercise Matter exercise is crucial for a healthy pregnancy and birth

Gone are the days when traditional patriarchal terms such as ‘delicate’, ‘vulnerable’ and (my pet peeve), ‘a vessel for new life’ were how we were made to believe pregnancy was all about.

In fact, our bodies are far more resilient and adaptable than previously thought.

The demands placed on our body as we exercise are not detrimental to our pregnancy, in fact the

Goal setting is a key part of a healthy lifestyle says celebrity trainer Sarah Lindsay. Here’s why goals are important and how you can stick to them

If you are in need of some back on track goal setting advice (especially after lockdown), then Sarah Lindsay aka Roar Fitness Girl is here to help.

Sarah is passionate about everything health and fitness, and as a three-time Olympian and personal trainer, she really does practice what she preaches (plus she looks absolutely amazing).

As one of London’s most recognised celebrity personal trainers, with previous clients including Pixie Lott, Melanie Sykes, Sheridan