Daniel Twomey is the Founder of DTW. Daniel graduated from the University of Limerick with a B.Sc (Hons) in Physical Education, and from Waterford Institute of Technology with an M.A. (Hons) in Management Education. He is presently a PhD Researcher in Trinity College Dublin in the area of mental health and physical activity. The title of Daniel’s PhD is “A university for life? Personal and structural nudging to enabling positive mental health for success”.
Daniel has worked as a post-primary teacher of Physical Education as well as a university lecturer in PE and Sports Studies. He has also been employed as a coach, fitness instructor and personal trainer. Daniel suffered severely with his own mental health during his twenties. Today, he is a wellbeing advocate and an international public speaker on the topic of physical activity and positive mental health. Through sustained effort, Daniel has grown and acquired the skills to manage stress and anxiety so that they don’t affect his life anymore. His passion is to pass on these tools and help others who may be struggling with their own physical and/or mental health.
The Core 4
For this blog post we’ll be discussing the core four fundamental pillars of human health; and by association, the four most important elements of self-care. Namely: sleep, hydration, nutrition and exercise.
Tips for good sleep hygiene:
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