Have you ever noticed that some people handle the colder months so much better than others? What about you? I used to detest the cold. I remember when I was a kid in Canberra, the pipes would freeze overnight and Mum used to fill up containers of water the night ..Continue Reading
Stress can be a good thing – it can make us feel alive, important, useful and energised. But, it can also bring about health problems and changes in our bodies that aren’t so useful – in fact, it can make our life completely miserable. ‘
What was that question again? Don’t you wish that sometimes you could just plug your brain in and boost it’s power? There’s nothing more frustrating than having words drop out of your brain when you’re talking, or forgetting your phone number, reading the same paragraph 5 times, or even that ..Continue Reading
Ahhhh….. that illusive sleep. If you’re familiar with the infomercials on free-to-air-TV that run all night, you’ll know what I’m talking about. And the busier and more stressed you are, the more difficult getting a great night’s restful sleep can be – just when you need it the most. Sleep ..Continue Reading
Does receiving an invitation to a social gathering involving more than 2 or 3 people have you immediately reaching into your bag of excuses of why you “just can’t make it, sorry” ? Being a self-confessed introvert, I understand what it’s like to be uncomfortable in crowds. It’s something ..Continue Reading
There can be a lot going on in your busy life to make you tired and at times overwhelm can quickly take over, even if you’re normally relaxed and organised. When the two are combined, it’s a double-whammy on your nervous system and ultimately your health.
This one’s for the ladies, so read on girls! If you’re around my age, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about when I say hot flushes. A common symptom of menopause I see in Clinic, but how annoying, frustrating and at times embarrassing!
I was reminded at the start of this year of what can happen to your digestion during the festive season. Won’t go into details 🙁 It led me to this question – how often do we put up with digestive problems well past the point of where we should?