You know that uncomfortable feeling about an hour after you’ve eaten a meal and then wished you hadn’t? Maybe it feels like the food is just sitting, not going anywhere, or there’s bloating, pain, indigestion, that awful sense of needing to know where the bathroom is, or,,,,,,wind!
I’m shy and definitely introverted. So, I really get it when I meet someone who’s the same. What I’ve discovered over my lifetime is that a shy and introverted personality can be a blessing and a curse. Being a self-confessed introvert, I understand what it’s like to be uncomfortable in ..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!
Nothing adds to a busy woman’s stress levels more than a sick child. As a mother, you worry about your children all the time, it’s a given. But you naturally worry about them more when they’re sick. With sleepless nights, timeout from childcare or school, time off work for you ..Continue Reading
I used to think that being overwhelmed was just a normal feeling from doing too much with not enough time to get it all done. Something that would go away as I worked through endless “to-do lists”. Now, I realise that overwhelm is not a natural or healthy state – ..Continue Reading