Women's Wellness Blog
What is a Healthy Period?
Craving chocolate, breast tenderness, irritability, abdominal pain, emotional sensitivity, digestive trouble, skin issues or headaches, a hot water bottle, some nurofen and the desire to just have at least 1 day in bed. Does this sound like a familiar monthly scenario to you? Read More
Menopause is a time of great change for women. Not only does it bring up physical changes but also emotional issues that when dealt with create a much deeper transformation and enable a woman to access her intuition, inner knowing and wisdom. Find out about the main five emotional changes that occur in menopause and how you can support yourself through them. Read More
What does your body shape tell you about your health and wellbeing? Find out whether you are more likely to experience anxiety, weight gain, fatigue, high blood pressure, hot flushes or insomnia? And get to know how you can tailor your diet and exercise to your body shapes needs for better health and wellbeing. Read More
Puberty and menopause are both times of great physical and mental-emotional change. They aregreat gates of life when we can improve our health and wellbeing. Find out how these 2 gates are similar and how the illnesses you experience through early life and puberty can predict what illnesses may occur through mid-life, menopause and beyond.Read More
Menopause is often viewed as a negative experience in a womans life. Mainly for some of the unpleasant sympoms that the hormonal change can bring. However, there are many POSITIVE things women can do to soften the unpleasant symptoms and to reinforce the POSITIVE BENEFITS of being a post menopausal woman. Afterall, forewarned is forearmed. The more a woman knows about menopause the better the change can be. This especially applies to women in their 40s.Read More
Being a mum I now realise a lot of the health and wellness advice I gave my clients previously was great but not possible with the time people often have available to them. So, for now, I've had to pair it back. For them and myself. Read More
something women dread and look forward to at the same time. Whilst the change can bring relief from monthly symptoms it can also bring on heart palpitations, hot flushes, night sweats, emotional changes, low libido, osteoperosis.
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