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As a person who’s dealt with anxiety since I was a kid, I find that I’m often most anxious first thing in the morning. When I open my eyes, all of the worries and potential stressors that await me flood my mind. The pit in my stomach makes me want to stay in bed as long as I can so I don’t have to face the day ahead. Of course, this avoidance only exacerbates what I’m feeling. What alleviates it is just the opposite: Getting up on the earlier side so I have time for my morning routine. These days, that’s making an iced coffee, taking my dog for a walk, following a short workout video, writing my to-do list for the day and ― when time permits ― meditating and journaling. “Morning routines are powerful and set our pattern for the rest of the day,” Lee Chambers, an environmental psychologist and well-being consultant in Britain, told HuffPost. “A worry-filled morning will often flood into an anxious afternoon.” Conversely, starting the morning with intention creates a sense of calm and confidence that makes the rest of the day seem more manageable. So how do you create those morning rituals that will quiet your racing mind and stick with them? Below, experts offer some helpful advice.  How to start a solid morning routineConsider how much time you can realistically carve out for yourself. “We all have a period of the morning that we have some level of control over,” Chambers said. “For some people, that may be an hour, for others, it may be 20 minutes.”For example, if you have young kids or a long commute to the office, you may have less time to work with. So figure out what’s realistic for your circumstances.Waking up earlier may help your mornings feel less frazzled. That said, you shouldn’t force yourself into becoming an early riser at the expense of getting a full night’s rest. Remember that sleep plays a pivotal role in your emotional regulation. “Often we hear of routines that start in the early hours of the morning,” Chambers said. “For some people, this is a high-energy time and a perfect time to start your routine. But if you’re limiting your sleep or you just don’t function well so early, it is going to be detrimental.”Experiment to figure out which rituals work best for you.Finding out which morning routine additions alleviate your anxiety may take some trial and error. What works for your partner, friend or that random influencer you follow on Instagram may or may not work for you. “Think about your biggest stressors and problems that trigger your anxiety, and then consider what really helps in these situations,” Chambers said. “Then look to those activities and experiment. There are many ways and methods to exercise, plan, journal, listen and read, and some will feel just right for you.”Make it easy and enjoyable so you stick with it. You don’t need to come up with some elaborate 20-step process to reap the benefits of a morning routine (but, hey, if you want to, more power to you).“Morning routines are most effective when we enjoy them and they are easy to integrate into our lives,” Chambers said. “They are not about completely changing what we do, but adding small, positive changes that compound together.”Morning routines are most effective when we enjoy them and they are easy to integrate into our lives.Lee Chambers, environmental psychologist and well-being consultantOne way to make the morning smoother? Do some preparation the night before, like laying out your workout clothes, whipping up a make-ahead breakfast or putting your journal by your coffeemaker. “Leave things to trigger you to remember, make what you need accessible and craft a space where it is possible,” Chambers said. But know that you’re not going to execute your routine perfectly every day ― and that’s OK. You might be on a roll for a couple of weeks and then fall off for a few days. If you mentally prepare for these hiccups, you’ll be less likely to beat yourself up when they happen. “It’s easy to move into judgment and criticism of yourself when things don’t go as you would have wanted or when you don’t immediately want to jump out of bed in the morning to start a new routine,” said marriage and family therapist Lynsie Seely of Wellspace SF in San Francisco. “Expect that there will be difficult moments and connect with your internal voice that offers kind words and encouragement along the way.”And when you do follow your routine, give yourself some praise. “Celebrate a little,” Chambers said. “Similarly, when you miss it, be kind to yourself and get prepared for the following morning.”Some habits worth trying to incorporate into your morningWe asked mental health professionals to recommend some practices that help soothe anxiety. Try out a few of these and check in with how you feel afterwards — but know that it may take some time to see the benefits. Then you can determine if you want to add any to your a.m. routine.1. Start your day by drinking water. Before you have your tea or coffee, hydrate with a glass of a water as soon as you wake up. “It gives us increased cognitive function, allowing us more clarity of mind, can elevate our mood and energy, and promotes more balanced emotional regulation and takes less than a minute,” Chambers said. “And it’s a great habit to stack your next part of the routine into, and you can even prepare your water the evening before.”2. Walk outside. Taking a walk outdoors is a calming, grounding way to begin the day.  “It is also great as it gets sunlight into our eyes, stimulating serotonin, which boosts our mood,” Chambers said. “It also ignites our senses, as the wind hits our face, sounds of the environment fill our ears and we smell the external world. It makes us mindful and eases our worries in the process.”3. Practice gratitude.Take a moment to reflect on all of the good in your life. You can list a few things in your head, share them with a partner or child, or write them down in a journal.  “Start your day with a grateful heart before you even get up from bed,” said Renato Perez, a Los Angeles psychotherapist. “Start naming all the things you’re grateful for. This could be done through prayer or simply a list you say out loud to the universe or Mother Nature.” 4. Try to avoid checking your phone first thing. Those work emails, text messages, Instagram notifications and news alerts can wait a bit. If you charge your phone by your bed or use it as an alarm clock, you’re going to look at it right when you wake up. Before you know it, you’re sucked in and two minutes of scrolling turns into 20. Try charging your phone across the room so it’s not within reach. Or charge it outside of the bedroom and use an alarm clock instead. “I see so many people who immediately check their work email in the morning, which automatically puts them in ‘work mode’ and makes them feel anxious about the day ahead before they even get out of bed,” said Gina Delucca, a clinical psychologist at Wellspace SF. “Similarly, some people hop on social media or start reading news articles while lying in bed, which may trigger anxiety by reading or seeing something negative or scary.”That doesn’t mean you have to avoid your phone altogether, which just isn’t realistic for most of us. “But I definitely recommend giving yourself some peace and quiet in the morning before the daily grind begins,” Delucca added.5. Take some deep breaths. When you’re anxious, you might notice your breathing is quick and shallow, rather than slow and deep. “This is a part of our body’s natural stress response, and it coincides with a few of the other physical sensations you may notice when you feel anxious — like rapid heart rate, dizziness and upset stomach,” Delucca said. “While we don’t have voluntary control over some of these bodily sensations, we do have control over our breathing, and we can use our breath to help induce a more relaxed state.”Morning routines are powerful and set our pattern for the rest of the day.Lee Chambers, environmental psychologist and well-being consultantThose deep, nourishing inhalations and exhalations stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system, producing a sense of calm.“To begin, try to spend a few minutes each morning sitting or lying in a comfortable position, closing your eyes and taking a few slow, controlled, deep breaths,” Delucca said. “Try breathing in through your nose and then breathing out through either your nose or mouth. When you inhale, imagine that you are filling up a balloon in your abdomen rather than just breathing into your chest.”6. Meditate.“There is no better way to quiet the mind than by practicing meditation,” Perez said. “Start small — two to three minutes — and increment every week.”When your mind wanders away, which it inevitably will, gently bring it back to your breath.You can sit in silence, listen to relaxing music, do a guided mediation through an app like Calm, Headspace or Insight Timer, or find one on YouTube. You can also try repeating a mantra — “I am safe, and I will be OK,” is one Delucca suggested. Or do a body scan: Start at the top of your head, bringing awareness to each body part and releasing tension from that area as you slowly work your way down to your toes. 7. Eat a nourishing breakfast. “Our mood is highly influenced by what we eat,” Chambers said.Opt for a balanced breakfast that contains protein, healthful fats, fibre and complex carbohydrates — think a vegetable omelet with avocado toast or oatmeal with nut butter, berries and chia seeds. Refined carbohydrates, such as doughnuts and sugary cereals, can lead to a blood sugar spike and crash, “causing challenges with emotional regulation, which may leave you feeling anxious,” Chambers added. (That said, if the occasional croissant or chocolate chip muffin brings some joy to your morning, it’s totally fine. Food is meant to be enjoyed, after all.)8. Read a few pages from a book. Rather than reading news or catching up on your social media feeds early in the morning, Perez recommends picking up a book that inspires you and reading for a few minutes ― even just five pages. “Find a book that really speaks to you and makes you feel good,” he said.9. Move your body. It could be yoga, walking, running, dancing, cycling, strength-training or even stretching. “When you exercise in the morning, you may notice improved focus and energy during the rest of the day, as well as better sleep at night, which can also help to tame anxiety,” Delucca said. “In addition, exercising in the morning can enhance your mood by giving you a boost of endorphins and a sense of accomplishment at the start of your day.”It’s worth noting that some people report that certain workouts, especially very intense ones, actually stoke their anxiety rather than reduce it. So just be aware of that. “We react differently to exercise, and it is a stressor,” Chambers said. “Exercising with too much intensity for some people can lead them to become fatigued and more likely to feel anxious.”10. Do some visualisation.A visualization practice can help you set the desired tone for your day. If you’re feeling anxious and distracted, perhaps you’d like to feel calm, focused and empowered instead. Seely recommends calling on a memory that evokes that feeling for you. Tune into the small details and sensations of the experience. “For example, if I’m visualising a memory where I hiked up to the peak of a mountain and I’m overlooking the summit, I might notice the details of the incredible view, the sounds of nature around me, the feel of my muscles after climbing the steep terrain, the smell and temperature of the air, the sensation of feeling accomplished, proud, unstoppable,” she said. “Really getting into every sensation of the memory helps your body to soak in the experience and primes your physiology for that particular state of being ― in this example, empowered and ready to take on the day.”And if you can’t think of a specific memory, allow yourself to daydream and build the desired experience in your imagination. How to stick to your morning routine You may think your biggest stumbling blocks are a lack of willpower or hitting the snooze button half a dozen times. But often it “comes down to a lack of clarity with the routine,” Delucca said. “You’re more likely to follow through on behaviour change when you set clear and specific goals versus vague aspirations,” she added. So instead of saying something general, like, “I want to work out in the morning,” make the goal more concrete: “I’m going to do a virtual yoga class at 7:30 a.m. after I finish my tea.”Delucca also recommends getting up around the same time each day and outlining what specific activities you want to incorporate into your routine and in what order. It may help to write them down. “When you do something repeatedly in the same order, you can eventually develop a habit,” Delucca said. “When a habit is formed, you’re not solely relying on how you feel in the moment in terms of your mood, motivation or willpower. Habits feel automatic without any guesswork as to what you should do next.”She offered the example of taking a shower. You likely shampoo, condition, shave and wash your body in a specific order without giving it much thought. “It’s automatic because the routine is clear and you’ve created a habit in which one action flows directly into the next action without any questioning,” Delucca said. “So, try to be as specific and consistent as possible when creating a morning routine. Each activity will serve as a cue for the next, and with time, your morning routine will flow.”Related... Here’s How To Cope With Lockdown Déjà Vu Rachel Khoo: 'The Pandemic Has Left Me Without Work' 'Can We Have A Quick Chat?' The Office Phrase We Definitely Don't Miss Also on HuffPost
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You’re reading Sex Diaries, a HuffPost UK Personal series about how we are (or aren’t) having sex. To share your story, get in touch on [email protected] Eleven months ago, I lost a baby. Now, they should be a brother or sister to our five-year-old daughter. Miscarriages are hard – emotionally, physically, and, because of that, sexually.  Sex is what led to the loss in the first place, after all. The end of a ‘non-viable pregnancy’ can take its toll on you and your relationship. And the mental as well as bodily impact bleeds into the way you feel about yourself. Your self-worth and confidence takes a knock, and your understanding of what you are capable of is rocked.  It might be the first time you’ve dealt with a close loss and the grief can feel new, and raw.My loss was an ectopic pregnancy.  The fertilised egg, and then the tiny foetus it became, implanted itself into the fallopian tube rather than in the uterus.  The foetus continues to grow (albeit at a slower rate than usual) and if it’s not caught in time, the fallopian tube will burst, which can lead to death.I’m writing this to you now, so obviously I was lucky.  Once an internal ultrasound established that the pregnancy was not viable, I was rushed into surgery later that day – a straightforward keyhole procedure that meant I was back home a day later, sore but walking. Just three tiny dressings to show for my stay, and paracetamol to numb the pain.The first time we had sex after the surgery, I was nervous, with the ghost of the ectopic pregnancy hanging over us.Mentally, the recovery takes much longer. I was tired, stressed and teary, but I didn’t know how to process my feelings. I had no benchmark to set them against, and I closed in on myself like a daisy at night. I didn’t mean to close myself off from my husband at the same time. Intimacy of course was off the cards for a while – the bruising and scars more than anything else putting paid to any levels of passion, but we also didn’t seem to understand each other, and communication was in fits and starts. We’d been casually trying for a baby when the ectopic pregnancy happened, but I found that my husband didn’t feel the loss as I did. I might not have understood why I found myself crying on the floor of the shower a couple of days later, but I had assumed he’d feel something of the same rawness. In reality, he was more focused on the fact that I was safe and sound rather than a tiny cluster of cells.  As the weeks passed, and I – we – worked through the emotional impact of my self-perceived failure and the grief for the death of potential with both my therapist and our couples therapist (we love therapy), our communication lines started to open again and my grief abated.  te relief was immense – being able to revive intimacy with the person with whom all this had started, and reconnect with myself.The first time we had sex after the surgery, I was nervous, with the ghost of the ectopic pregnancy hanging over us.  But we took it slowly and gently.  Afterwards I cried, and I was low post-coitally a few times after that. Even a few months later, thinking I’d come through to the other side, I would find that a difficult few days or particularly hormonal part of my cycle would have me blubbering again after sex. My husband would hold me and comfort me, but he sympathised, rather than empathised with my upset. I found his soothing words lacking, because he didn’t really know what to say, and so his condolence felt false.It took a long time before we re-found our swing, yet again.  And the relief was immense – being able to revive intimacy with the person with whom all this had started, and reconnect with myself.  I’ve been open about the fact that my post-partum sex journey was also not an easy one, and it took years before my husband and I were able to have fulfilling and loving sex again after the birth of our daughter.  So I was overjoyed to find that we could still click after this second setback. Looking back, it’s only normal that it would take some time to heal from an experience such as the loss of a baby and that one or both of your will suffer difficult emotional associations with sex afterwards. Put in a societal context, it’s easy to understand why. We don’t talk about miscarriages and we don’t talk about sex. We only trumpet healthy pregnancies, births, hint at how great our sex lives and marriages are.  When you go through it, you realise that under the surface there must be plenty of others experiencing the same thing.  They’re just hiding it away too.Clio Wood is Founder of&Breathe, the family wellbeing company, and passionate women’s wellbeing advocate.  She [email protected] on InstagramHave a compelling personal story you want to tell? Find out what we’re looking for here, and pitch us on [email protected] HuffPost UK Personal Sex Diaries This Is How Our Bad Sex Education Shaped My Sexuality My Virginity Is Empowering, Not Embarrassing I Thought I Liked Being Dominated. I Just Didn’t Have The Confidence To Ask For What I Wanted
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Muslim NHS workers have told HuffPost UK how Islamophobia is rife in the organisation, with their own colleagues making disgraceful comments and denying them opportunities to progress or even socialise.We teamed up with the British Islamic Medical Association (BIMA) for a flagship, in-depth survey of more than 100 Muslim health workers – one of the most significant of its kind.A shocking 81% revealed they had experienced Islamophobia or racism within the NHS, 69% felt it had got worse during their time at the organisation and more than half – 57% – felt Islamophobia had held them back in their career progression within the NHS.Many Muslims voiced a culture of “swallow it up” in the NHS, leaving people fearful of reporting Islamophobia in case of repercussions for their job or career progression.One Muslim female consultant said she felt that “you may as well flush your medical degree down the toilet” rather than reporting Islamophobia from a colleague or manager. She described the NHS as a “family which will close ranks to protect their own against those perceived as outsiders”.Being “visibly Muslim”, such as wearing a hijab or having a long beard, made it more likely for Muslim NHS workers to face Islamophobia. One woman said she stopped wearing the hijab as it was “like wearing a sign saying ‘kick me’.”Meanwhile, alcohol – forbidden in Islam – has been described as a “social glue” in the NHS, with many Muslims believing they have missed out on career and bonding opportunities because socialising outside work revolves around drink.And while there are many incidents of outright bullying and harassment, it is the subtle, more difficult to prove Islamophobia within the NHS that is the “most dangerous discrimination”, say Muslim healthcare workers.A staggering 43% admitted they had considered leaving the NHS because of Islamophobia.Our survey conducted in conjunction with BIMA had 133 respondents from all over the country working in various NHS roles including consultants, surgeons, GPs, pharmacists and medical students.One Muslim NHS worker said: “I think Islamophobia has increased in society at large and this is reflected in the NHS.”Dr Salman Waqar, general secretary at BIMA, told HuffPost UK: “It reflects a wider societal unease about religion and the way spirituality and belief is seen as a problem.“Some Muslims will not make a fuss because of fear of retribution. But making small compromises causes turbulence and unease internally.“This creates a sense of not belonging for Muslims in the NHS and biological weathering. They feel they have to put on their uniform, turn up for work and justify their existence to colleagues.”Dr Hina J Shahid, chair of the Muslim Doctors Association, said: “We see people celebrating diversity in all its forms in the NHS – but people generally don’t want to talk about religion. It is like a taboo subject.“Belonging to a religious group is almost seen as going against the scientific nature of being a doctor.”Hijabs“In the NHS, you realise there’s something about the hijab that really riles people,” says Kiran Rahim, a paediatric registrar in London. “People make assumptions about you. When people first see me, they presume I don’t speak English, or I have an accent.”She says judgements are made about women in hijabs and she is asked questions by colleagues like: “Does your husband make you wear that?” and “Do you wear your hijab when you shower?”“I would expect people I work with to be more clued up. I am as British as they come, but my religion is part of my identity.”Muslim women told HuffPost UK they were often perceived to be less educated due to wearing headscarves, and received backhanded compliments such as surprise at how well they spoke English – even when they were born and raised in the UK.Zineb Mehbali, 32, a registrar in obstetrics and gynaecology, believes a culture exists within the NHS where people are discriminated against for being different. She wears a hijab and experienced overt Islamophobia at one hospital when her locker was vandalised and had the word “hijab” scrawled across it. “I’m quite resilient, but there have been situations where I’ve cried at work,” she said. “When my locker was vandalised for being Muslim, it made me feel vulnerable but also very hurt as I knew a colleague had done that.”Many Muslim women told HuffPost Islamophobic attitudes to the hijab are hidden behind infection control. Even when they’ve been given permission to wear hijabs in theatre and wash them at the same temperatures as theatre caps, they are persistently challenged.Mehbali was once shouted at by a member of operating staff who described her as “a hazard to patient safety”. “She was really aggressive and intimidating and made me feel incredibly humiliated.” On another occasion, Mehbali was working on a labour ward wearing a clean hijab and scrubs when it emerged a CQC inspection was going to take place. A boss told her they would have to hide her away. “It made me feel like a blot on the landscape and was completely unacceptable.”Zineb admits her job in the NHS would be a lot easier if she didn’t wear a headscarf. “I feel I’ve had to work a lot harder, especially as I’ve moved up the ranks.“When you become a registrar or consultant, I feel it’s harder if you wear a headscarf. People have to take notice of you as their colleague.”Ramsha Hanif, 27, a pharmacist in Derbyshire, doesn’t ordinarily wear a headscarf but was shaken by a former manager’s reaction when he saw a photo of her wearing one.“He really stared at my driving licence photo then told me I looked scary,” Hanif said.“I thought he meant I had a stern expression. But after a while, he said: ‘It’s that thing,’ and told me the headscarf made me look scary.“I was shocked as no one had ever said anything like that before.”The manager then asked Hanif about the application she was filling in, asking: “It’s not to join ISIS is it?”Ramsha reported the issue. The manager began calling in sick, then officially retired, so no action was taken.Ramsha said: “What hurt most was his whole opinion of me changed from seeing one picture of me wearing a headscarf.”A female A&E doctor told HuffPost UK she wore a hijab for many years. She said that, while non-practising Muslims who went out drinking were seen as “one of the gang”, those considered “too orthodox or religious” were viewed as a problem.At one hospital, a Hindu colleague warned her consultants and registrars were saying Islamophobic things behind her back. But he was unwilling to go on record for fear of repercussions. “It was not about being brown – it was Islamophobic,” she said. I’ve gone as far as saying I’m agnostic and am from the Indian subcontinent. If I reveal my identity as Muslim or Pakistani, I know I’ll be treated differently.The A&E doctor revealed she has become less open about her faith throughout her career and no longer wears a hijab or tells people she is Muslim. “I’ve gone as far as saying I’m agnostic and am from the Indian subcontinent,” she admitted. “If I reveal my identity as Muslim or Pakistani, I know I’ll be treated differently.“There are Islamophobes within the NHS who are intelligent enough to hide their hatred of Muslims under other guises such as picking on a doctor’s professionalism.“As a Muslim, you have to work twice as hard and never make any mistakes as you know they’ll be magnified.” People now openly make Islamophobic remarks in front of her, not realising she is a Muslim. “It’s really opened my eyes to the horrifying Islamophobia that exists in the NHS,” she said.But she added: “Wearing a hijab in the NHS was like wearing a sign saying ‘kick me’,” she said. “I just don’t have room in my life for that kind of stress.”Sabeeta Farooqi, 36, a trainee GP in Leeds, who is from Pakistan, recalls a sign on a board while she was taking a medical exam allowing her to practice in this country that read: “If you wear a face covering, it’s very unlikely any NHS employer will give you a job.”Khadija, 21, a medical student in Bristol, was told by her mentor, a Muslim GP, that if she wanted to get far in medicine, she really needed to remove her hijab. “I was shocked,” said Khadija. “She was trying to warn me of the difficulties that lay ahead. But I didn’t want to feel forced to choose between my religious and cultural identity and my career aspirations.“I’m not going to stop wearing the hijab because other people have a problem with it. That’s their issue, not mine.”Even at this early stage of her medical career, Khadija has witnessed the impact Islamophobia has. “Unfortunately, I know a couple of medical students who have been badly affected by Islamophobia,” she said. “One has left the course and completely foregone a career in medicine. The other has removed the hijab, stopped practising her religion and lost contact with her family.”I’m not going to stop wearing the hijab because other people have a problem with it. That’s their issue, not mine.Khadija, a medical student in BristolShahid has been researching the effects of Islamophobia on Muslim doctors and says women are at greater risk of discrimination.“If Muslim women wear a headscarf, they stand out as being different and are more likely to feel discriminated,” she said.“Many have reported feeling stressed, anxious and depressed. This affects their future choices. If they have a negative experience in a hospital setting, they’re more likely to choose a non-hospital setting or even leave the NHS.” ‘Just banter’ – terrorists, bombs and baconSometimes Islamophobia in the NHS is subtle and discreet and hidden under the guise of “banter”, many Muslims told HuffPost UK.When Mahdiyah Bandali, now a graduate paramedic in Birmingham, first began working for the ambulance service, she noticed the lack of diversity and realised she was the only hijab-wearing woman. “The first time I walked into an ambulance station, there was an attitude of: ‘What are you doing here?’ – I stuck out like a sore thumb.”Colleagues would ask: “Why do you wear that?”, “Do men control your life?” or even: “Will you get married off after you graduate and not work?”During Ramadan at one ambulance placement, Mahdiyah recalls colleagues eating bacon sandwiches in front of her while taunting her: “Are we breaking your fast?” or urging: “Go on, eat a piece of bacon.”Madiyah would be greeted jokingly when entering an ambulance station with: “Here she comes! What kind of bomb have you got for us today?”She said: “While I laugh it off, I can see how other people might find it offensive or how it could lead to them leaving the NHS. At the end of the day, it’s a type of bullying.”One hospital doctor told how he was carrying a lot of bleepers when a colleague said: “You look like a suicide bomber.”Many Muslims say a lot of Islamophobia goes under the radar. “It wouldn’t be admissible in a tribunal as it’s subtle undermining which happens on a daily basis,” said one doctor. “There is plenty of racism affecting people from all BAME backgrounds, but there is a specific anti-Muslim agenda among some NHS colleagues.”One hospital doctor told how he was carrying a lot of bleepers when a colleague said: “You look like a suicide bomber.”Many Muslims in the NHS keep quiet when it comes to reporting Islamophobia, for fear of repercussions or impacting career progression. Paediatric registrar Kiran Rahim said: “Medicine is very hierarchical and the people you complain to may also be the ones responsible for your progress. So many Muslims keep the peace and don’t feel empowered to pursue discrimination further.”One worker said in the survey: “The NHS pays lip service to diversity and racism but in reality has no interest in addressing these problems genuinely and just wants to appear to be doing the right thing.”Prayers “Praying for a practising Muslim is like food and water,” says Emma Wiley, a microbiology consultant in London. “It is a necessity, something they need to do.”But many Muslims face barriers to praying at work in the NHS. Emma, 38, was told she couldn’t pray in an empty office and had to use the main prayer room.“When you’re a busy medic, time is very poor. Walking to another place takes time,” she said. “Not allowing me to use this empty room for five minutes to pray seemed unnecessarily obstructive.” On another occasion, Emma was praying in a cloakroom when a laboratory scientist “with his face full of rage” told her to find an alternative place to pray.One Muslim NHS worker revealed he wasn’t allowed to go to the prayer room at his hospital as it would “take too much time to walk there”. He also wasn’t allowed time off during Ramadan or allowed to operate while fasting.Another doctor described how he was constantly bleeped during prayer time and asked: “Doesn’t your God know you have jobs to do?”Medical student Usman, 25, who lives in Glasgow, told HuffPost UK he was given permission to be regularly late to class to attend Friday prayers – yet would be hauled up and asked why he was late almost every week.“I feel a lot of it stems from a lack of understanding,” he said. “Many people in the NHS – particularly consultants who supervise students – believe medicine comes first and everything else second.“They cannot understand why anyone would put their religion before their medical classes.”Alcohol and career progressionClimbing the ladder in the NHS often occurs through social cohesion, which involves drinking in pubs, several respondents said. One explained: “Alcohol is a social lubricant and many Muslims are left out of career progression as we avoid places associated with the sale and consumption of alcohol.”A female Muslim doctor said she was bullied mercilessly by two other doctors after she declined to sit at a table where alcohol was served. “They began picking on me. Their biggest issue was the fact I didn’t drink.“It was horrendous. They refused to teach me, and spread rumours about me. One told me I wasn’t cut out to be a doctor and to give up.“They were very devious and made me feel it was all in my head. It was like gaslighting.”A Muslim doctor in emergency medicine heard a fellow trainee frequently bragging about opportunities he’d gained while drinking in the pub with a consultant.Waqar from BIMA said: “Alcohol is a huge part of British culture, but for the majority of Muslims it’s not permissible. When it comes to career progression, that can be difficult.“A lot of career progression and mentoring in the NHS takes place outside the work environment. Awards events often happen in places where alcohol is served.“If you’re a person who feels uncomfortable being at a table with alcohol, you’ll feel conflicted. Some might not go, so miss out.”It’s not just alcohol that leads to Muslims in the NHS missing out on progression. Mehbali says, when she was training, she wasn’t given the same opportunities as white colleagues.“There were times at training opportunities when white people more junior than me were allowed to operate and I wasn’t.“Even though I was competent and knew how to do the procedure, I wasn’t allowed to do the things my peers were doing. “I spent eight months with a particular consultant before I was allowed to operate, while others were allowed to straight away. I feel it was because I am visibly Muslim with a hijab.“It’s very disheartening to feel sidelined. When you’re learning practical skills, you need training opportunities or you’ll fall behind.”One male Muslim doctor said: “The career progression of Muslims in the NHS is far more stunted than their white counterparts. The hurdles are more difficult and challenging.”Why is there Islamophobia in the NHS?The stark lack of Muslims in leadership roles within the NHS has been cited as one of the reasons behind Islamophobia affecting the organisation.“Even if you get some who are Muslim or BAME, they’ve often had to neglect the cultural and religious aspects of their identity to get to their position,” says medical student Khadija, who also believes negativeportrayals of Muslims in society and media exacerbate Islamophobia. “Until the management within the NHS is reflective of its workforces, it’s going to be incredibly difficult to root out and address Islamophobia,” said one Muslim hospital registrar.“I would argue the reason there’s so much Islamophobia in the NHS is because Muslims are repressed from leadership roles and find it more difficult to climb the ladder.“So it becomes a vicious circle – they can’t support juniors facing the same issues.”But he added: “There are some very supportive and open minded line managers. It’s not a problem with everyone.”YingFei Heliot, a lecturer in organisational behaviour at Surrey Business School, published a report on religious identity and working in the NHS. She found Muslims faced the worst discrimination of any group.“Everyone recognises Islamophobia exists, but they don’t want to talk about it because it’s so sensitive,” she said.Dr Tarek Younis, researcher and psychologist at Middlesex University, researches Islamophobia. His latest publication is on the issue within the NHS.“When people think about Islamophobia, they focus on hate crimes,” he said. “But by doing this, they miss the wood for the trees.“We neglect how certain policies and political rhetoric formulates the bedrock of how racial discrimination takes place.”He says it’s important to realise NHS professionals are just people – and as such can hold prejudices. “The Brexit campaign succeeded on a lot of radicalised logic. A lot of middle-class and healthcare workers voted for it.“We know the healthcare setting is not a place where people just drop all their prejudices when they enter, be that patients or healthcare staff.“What is important is to recognise what’s not being done about it.”We know the healthcare setting is not a place where people just drop all their prejudices when they enter, be that patients or healthcare staff.Dr Tarek Younis, researcher and psychologist at Middlesex UniversityMore crucial, says Waqar, is ensuring the board understands the importance of an organisation where people can “bring their whole selves to work”.“This is a systemic issue and there’s no simple fix.” she said. “The solution isn’t just putting staff members on a course. It will take years to see a cultural shift.“Sometimes, Islamophobia stems from ignorance and doesn’t come from a bad place. But there are more serious incidents which come from a pernicious place as people within the NHS are believing the anti-Muslim narrative.”Dr Habib Naqvi from NHS England said: “While this survey represents only a snapshot of the 40,000 Muslim colleagues who work in the NHS, it is unacceptable for anyone to be unsafe or to be treated unfairly, either because of their religious belief or any other protected characteristic.“The NHS belongs to us all, and as part of the NHS People Plan, NHS employers are committed to increasing Black, Asian and minority ethnic representation across their leadership teams.”Tomorrow on HuffPost UK: How Muslim medics face Islamophobia from their own patients.Related... 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I don’t think I’ve witnessed the levels of excitement in my house the night before schools started after lockdown... ever. Perhaps at Christmas Eve, or the night my daughter hosted a sleepover for her eighth birthday. That came close. But it was nothing compared to the giddy euphoria of my little girl preparing for going back to primary school after six months at home. She worried she wouldn’t be able to sleep the night before because she was too excited and she couldn’t stop talking about seeing her friends. She asked me to read her the email I’d received from her headteacher, which laid out the ways school would be different – temperature guns at the gate, individual desks facing the front, rather than blocks of children sitting together – five times. She carefully laid out her school uniform (which is all new, because she’s grown so much since March) on the floor, ready to put on the next morning. And she even created a ‘20-point plan’ for the way she hoped and expected the hour before school to go down. Related... 'My Biggest Concern Is A Sudden Outbreak': How Teachers Feel About Schools Reopening It began with point 1: “Mummy wakes me up at 7.30am” – which is, in itself, a revelation. For the past six months, we’ve relaxed bedtimes, and she’s been waking up naturally around 8.30am. We needn’t have worried about this one, though – she was so excited, she was dressed by 7:32 (after point 2 on her list: “shower” and point 3: “dry”, of course). She had everything accounted for – from point 11, “brush my teeth”, to point 14, which consisted of helping her little brother put his “bike helmit on” (sic). And the points that really warmed my heart? The final three: “18. Feel excited. 19. Get ready, and 20. GO TO SCHOOL!”Seeing my daughter create a blow-by-blow schedule, in anticipation of the return to school, showed me just how much our kids want to be “back to normal”. Related... 'Collect Child, Leave Immediately': The Loss Of The Playground Pick-Up Buzz We’re still in the midst of a global pandemic, with infection rates going up in parts of the world and local lockdowns reimposed. We’ve taken the necessary precautions, however uncomfortable they’ve made us: quarantine and self-isolation, homeschooling, social distancing, shielding and wearing face masks.At times, it’s felt impossible. Research tells us the mental health of parents has suffered during the pandemic – mothers, particularly; who bore the brunt of homeschooling. A third of women reported the stress of teaching their children during lockdown had affected their mental health.But just as much as it’s affected mums, dads and carers, it’s also had a substantial effect on our kids. The ONS analysed the results of a survey of more than 12,000 British parents between April 3 and June 7, which asked them about their experiences of homeschooling during the pandemic, and more than two in five said their children’s wellbeing has been adversely affected.Hopefully, our kids won’t suffer long-term – but what my daughter’s reaction taught me is that a return to school, if done safely, is, in many ways, a blessing. Related... Here's How To Make The First Day Back At School Easier For Kids As for how it went? Well, she ticked off all of her 20 points with a marker pen as she did them – though I did scupper things, slightly, when I told her I didn’t want to wear a coat, contravening point 16: “Mummy puts her coat on”.She couldn’t stop chattering on the 10-minute walk to school – she was so giddy, she even asked if she could “do a cartwheel in the street” (I said yes to a cartwheel, but no to the splits). We saw a friend of hers on the other side of the road, and it was as though they’d met at the end of a long voyage at sea – which, in a way, they have. They threw their arms around each other immediately and held hands all the way to school, which I wasn’t too worried about, seeing as they’re in the same “class bubble”. It was refreshing for me to see parent pals I’ve missed dearly during lockdown, too. The only thing I couldn’t do was hug them hello. September is always a poignant time – the start of the academic year, the scent of autumn in the air. But as Britain slowly wakes up to the sound of children chattering excitedly on the way to the classroom, what it really brings with it is a renewed, if fragile, sense of normality – and hope. Related... Matt Hancock Hopes For Mass Coronavirus Testing By End Of Year I Took One Of My Kids On A 'Love Bombing' Trip. Here's Why. Dorset Secondary School Says Pupils Must Wear Face Masks In Class
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Winter’s coming, as the old Game of Thrones saying goes, bringing with it a raft load of bills. Well, far more than summer in any case.Those who’ve been working from home since the pandemic began will have probably felt the pinch already, as bill prices edge upwards.So, what can you do to temper those rising overheads? It depends on the type of bill you’re looking to cut down on. We’ll walk you through it.Related... How The Recession Will Actually Affect Your Day-To-Day Life ENERGYSwitch bill provider This could save you serious pennies. MoneySuperMarket’s energy expert, Sarah Jacques, says if you’re on your supplier’s standard tariff, or if you haven’t switched for 12 months, you’re probably paying too much for your energy. “You should consider switching to a cheaper fixed rate now to get the best price possible and lock in energy costs for winter whilst prices are low,” she says. On average, people who switch providers save £286 a year. You can do this online, with your supplier handling the switching process so it’s not too much legwork. And as MoneySavingExpert’s spokesperson points out: “Your supply won’t be cut off, no one visits your property and all that changes is which firm bills you. Even if you’re renting, you’re allowed to switch.”Jacques recommends checking out energy tariffs from Eon, Shell Energy, and Outfox the Market. Even if you don’t want to switch provider, it’s worth looking into different tariffs, as you could switch to a more favourable rate. Check out MSE’s Cheap Energy Club to find out more.Check if you’re eligible for discounts or freebiesIf you’re struggling to pay your bills, there are plenty of grants and freebies on offer from energy providers – from new boilers to loft and cavity wall insulation. A spokesperson for MoneySavingExpert explains: “It’s all part of their efficiency obligations to people in certain groups, like those receiving universal credit, tax credits, pension credit or income-based benefits. Our full Free Insulation & Boilers guide has more.”Other schemes to take advantage of include the Winter Fuel Payment (a one-off payment to help pay for heating in winter, usually if you were born on or before 5 April 1954) and Cold Weather Payments, available for people receiving certain benefits. With the latter, people receive a payment when the average temperature in their area is recorded as, or forecast to be, zero degrees celsius or below for seven consecutive days. This year’s scheme starts on November 1.The Warm Home Discount scheme is another deal worth looking into. It’s a £140 rebate applied to your electricity bill between September and March – unless you have a prepay meter, in which case you’ll be sent a top-up voucher. If you get pension credit, it should come automatically, and if you’re on certain benefits you may qualify, but you must apply, says MSE’s spokesperson.The government has also announced that up to £5,000 in vouchers will be issued to homeowners in England to install loft, floor and wall insulation, or double-glazing. “It’s not simple though,” says MSE’s spokesperson, “you need to make certain major improvements before you can claim for minor ones.”Turn appliances off at nightDon’t keep your work laptop and other appliances on overnight. Turning off standby appliances can save you an average of £30 a year, according to the Energy Saving Trust. “Consider investing in plug sockets that can be turned on and off via your phone, or a cheaper option is to use timer plugs to schedule turning appliances off,” says Jacques.Buy energy efficient productsJacques also advises people to buy energy efficient appliances when it’s time to replace white goods. “It is definitely worth opting for appliances with a high energy-efficiency ratings,” she says. “For example, an A+++ fridge freezer will save around £320 in energy bills over its lifetime, compared to an A+ model.”Get a smart meterGetting a smart meter installed can be easier said than done, but if you’re able to, it’s worth the hassle. It lets you track your energy consumption with accurate and real-time information, so you can be more aware of how much you’re using and work to keep costs down.“It might also be worth considering installing a smart thermostat to make sure you’re using your heating efficiently,” says Jacques. “Learn how long it takes to heat your home and heat only the rooms you are using.”Turn down your thermostatWith almost half of the cost of energy bills coming from heating and hot water use, turning your heating down by one degree could save you up to £80 a year, says Jacques. Find more tips for keeping your house warm cheaply, here.Related... How To Keep Your Heating Bills Down During Winter INTERNETSwitch your broadbandUsually, there’s no need for engineers to come out to your home – unless you’re joining or leaving Virgin, where a new line may need to be installed. When making a comparison, consider if you really have a need for speed, as faster is generally pricier. The standard average 10/11Mb is usually fine for browsing or light TV streaming for one person, but go faster for good streaming, gaming or if multiple people use the broadband at the same time. If you’re happy with your current set-up and you’re out of contract, broadband providers are among the easiest to haggle with. Benchmark the best deal on the market, tell them you want to leave, be polite and charming, and if it’s looking like they’ve gone as far as they can, don’t be afraid to tell them you need time to go away and think before making a final decision.WATERThere are two benefits to saving water at home – firstly, you save money, and secondly, it’s good for the planet.Get water-saving freebies from your supplierLots of water suppliers offer free water-saving devices including ‘save a flush’ toilet devices (which reduce the amount of water flushed away) and tap aerators, which save water by mixing water with air. Or, try a four-minute water timer, which is designed to cut the time you spend in the shower. Get in touch with your supplier to find out what’s on offer.Products vary by water company, and you can only get one item per household, including shower heads, tap inserts and hose nozzles, to regulate water flow.Go straight to the freebies via Save Water Save Money, unless you’re with Anglian, Northumbrian, Thames, Welsh and Essex & Suffolk Water.Shower instead of having a bathShowers are more water-efficient than baths, and should be your first choice for an eco-friendly wash. Keep them as short as possible and avoid running the water for a long time before getting in. If you only have a tub, you can save five litres of water just by running your bath an inch lower, according to Water UK.Fill your dishwasher, not the sinkAccording to Friends of the Earth, filling up the dishwasher completely each time you run it will use less water than if you did the washing up – just make sure it really is a full load.Get a water buttIf your garden is your pride and joy, but you use a ton of water to keep it nourished, invest in a water butt. This means you can use leftover rainwater to tend to your plants, instead of draining precious fresh water. Just one filled water butt holds enough rainwater to fill a watering can 25 times.Could you benefit from a water meter? Some have slashed hundreds off their bills by fitting water meters and cutting down on their usage, says MoneySavingExpert. “Unlike with gas and electricity, you can’t switch to a cheaper provider, but deciding how you’re billed can help make savings. The rule of thumb is: if there are more bedrooms in your home than people, or the same number, check out getting a meter.”Don’t be afraid to say if you’re strugglingWhen money’s tight and bills are piling up, it can be easy to bury your head in the sand. But Citizens Advice recommends if you’re behind on water payments, get in touch with your supplier as soon as possible. Otherwise they might take you to court.Most water companies have hardship schemes or other ways to help customers who talk to them about problems – some even have a special debt line service. Check out helpful advice on negotiating with your water company here.Related... How To Force A September Reset During This Chaotic Year COUNCIL TAXChallenge how much you’re payingYou might think there’s no wiggle room when it comes to council tax, but you’re wrong. An estimated 400,000 households in England and Scotland are thought to have overpaid on council tax by being on the wrong band, according to MSE.It’s easy to check and challenge your council tax banding at no cost. If you’re successful, you reduce what you pay now, as well as getting a backdated rebate stretching more than 20 years.So, how to get cracking? “First check if your band’s higher than neighbours in similar or identical properties, using the Valuation Office Agency website in England,” says MSE’s spokesperson. “If neighbours in similar properties are in a lower band than you, you may have a claim.”Check house price websites like Zoopla or Rightmove to get an idea of your property’s value now. Then use that figure to estimate what your property would have been worth back in 1991, when the current council tax system was launched, and what band it was in.A word of warning though, the result could go one of two ways. “Once you’ve done those two checks, you need to weigh up whether you want to go ahead with a challenge – if you do, you can do this via the Valuation Office Agency (VOA),” says MSE’s spokesperson. “It’s important to understand though that your band could be moved up as well as down – and there’s even a risk your neighbours’ banding could be reassessed, which might not make you very popular if it goes up.”Are you eligible for discounts?Some people can get discounts on their council tax. You should receive a discount if you: live alone, live only with someone who’s under 17 or a full-time student, live with someone with mental health problems, live with someone who is severely disabled, or earn below a certain amount of money (although this depends on where you live).Related... Is Now A Good Time To Buy A House? Some Things To Consider Before You Do Would You Work From Abroad, Instead Of Home? These People Do Here's How To Get Your Finances In Order For A Recession
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