Three years ago, I was struggling. I had some extra hormonal weight that wouldn’t shift, as well as insomnia, brain fog and low energy levels.
In this blog, I talk about how intermittent fasting helped me turn around my menopausal symptoms.
Aaah, menopause. So many lovely symptoms, eh? Lack of sleep was the worst one for me.
In this blog I tell you about two products that have massively improved my sleep AND I’m gifting them to five new subscribers on Friday, World Sleep Day!
There’s a light at the end of the tunnel! If all goes to plan with the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines and lower infection rates, we should be able to spend more time with our friends and family soon.
But have we lost our ability to connect? It may take some time to re-learn your social skills and feel comfortable in a social setting again, and that’s OK. This blog post includes some tips for starting off on the right foot.
Eating will always be an emotive topic, but intermittent fasting (IF) seems to attract an inordinate level of criticism. There’s a lot of misinformation being tossed around out there, though.
Being an “IFer” myself, I wanted to clear up some of the most common myths.
Choosing the fitness programme that’s the best fit for you is challenging at any time, but during a pandemic when many of us are in lockdown and gyms are closed, it could put you off completely.
Here are some important things to consider and questions to ask before you commit to a new programme.
Am I the only person who feels like their eyes have suffered during the Covid-19 pandemic? It’s no wonder, given that I’m on screen for a big chunk of the day. You too?
Apparently, we’re not alone. In a recent poll, half of respondents said their screen time had increased, and over one-third of them felt that this had a negative impact on their eyes. In this blog, I talk about the concerning poll results and give some tips on what helps and doesn’t help when it comes to protecting our eyes.
Gillian Paterson was nearing burnout when she was diagnosed with an autoimmune condition called rheumatoid arthritis (RA). The pain and fatigue got so bad that she had to make the tough decision to leave her job.
The medicine helped, but not enough, so Gillian decided to take her health into her own hands. By sharing her story, she hopes to help other people who are trying to navigate an RA diagnosis and get their lives back.
If you dread working out at the gym as much as I do, but you want to stay healthy and live longer, NEAT is the way forward.
Non-energy activity thermogenesis, or NEAT, is just a fancy way of saying “moving your butt more” but loads of scientific research backs up the benefits. This post explains what it is and includes 20 easy ways that you can incorporate more activity into your life in the New Year.
Mmmmm, I love a mince pie at Christmas time. But the traditional ones from the supermarket are too sweet for me.
This year I’m trying a recipe from the British Heart Foundation that has no added sugar and a lot less fat, without sacrificing on taste.
Studies show that the global pandemic has wreaked havoc on our sleep. Add to that holiday stress, and you have a perfect storm.
If you know someone whose sleep has been suffering, these natural sleep aids could be just what they’re hoping to find under the Christmas tree.