Guest blog: Diet and lifestyle changes can help to handle hot flushes. By Lottie Williams, registered nutritional therapist Hot flushes are perhaps one of the most unpleasant symptoms of menopause for many people. During menopause the way our bodies manage our reproductive hormones changes. Some women experience little-to-no symptoms associated with these changes, while for others the effects can be very pronounced.
Hot and flustered mess? Tap away Hot Flushes Every year the 18th October is World Menopause Awareness Day. Isn’t it sad that something that affects 50% of the world population needs more awareness, understanding, and education? And boy, does it need education.
One thing every woman should do This blog has been sitting in the back of my mind for quite a while until I recently had a client who inspired me to finally sit down and write it. This lady has been dealing with cancer for over 10 years. She has had 2 recurrences since the original diagnosis and is now at Stage 4. She is also doing remarkably well and working successfully in a new career.
Three Simple Ways to Boost Your Resilience When it comes to wellbeing, resilience is one of this year’s biggest buzz words. From politicians to parents, school kids to captains of industry, everyone needs a healthy dose of resilience. What is resilience; what does it do for us, and, most importantly, how can we increase the amount we have? Google defines resilience as: