The Snowball Effect Of Health

Often when people want to improve their health, it can feel like an impossible task. They look at where they’re currently at and where they want to get to, and it becomes paralyzing. You don’t know where to start, so you don’t start anything all. What I regularly try and remind people of is the snowball effect of health. When you want to improve your health, just pick one area to start with. Say for example you decide you want to start with exercise. Work has been a dominant feature for the last couple of years and exercise feels like a distant memory. But you decide that you are going to … [Read more...]

Do You Need A Holiday?

The alarm goes off. You hit snooze. All you want to do is stay in bed. You drag yourself to the shower and try to get going for the day. Breakfast’s a rush as you’ve been so slow with getting dressed and that snoozing for 40 minutes didn’t help. Your coffee intake’s steadily increasing and while you used to drink it because “you liked the taste” you’re now wondering how you would get through the day without it. You are starting to notice other things that aren’t right. Maybe your digestion has been playing up. Or your period is normally like clockwork and symptom free, but this month it’s … [Read more...]