When you are start your day tired, you know you have a lot to do that day and you wonder how you are going to get it all done, let alone concentrate fully on every task at hand, essential oils are not always the first thing that comes to mind. This is because their brain stimulant properties are often not thought about and are sometimes less recognized.
Getting a good night sleep helps heal and regenerate our physical and psychological well-being, and by expressing gratitude before we go to bed helps to promote a good night sleep.
So how can our diet help reduce the physical pain we are experiencing? In a nut shell whole foods and a plant based diet is the key to optimal health and well-being as it allows us to consume a large quality of nutrient rich foods that that repair, support our bodies cell structure, which results in healthier joints and muscles, reduces inflammation and boosts our immunity.
Hot chocolate recipe packed full of B Vitamins niacin and biotin to support the normal function of the nervous system, Pantothenic acid contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and Adaptogenic herbs help mind and body adapt to everyday stress.
We are busier than ever these days, and that means we’re eating out more, consuming more processed foods, and preparing fewer healthy meals at home. These quick and easy recipes give you 7 delicious options for dinner this week. Like I teach my clients, with a little planning, you can still eat healthy and save money without taking hours to prepare a meal. In fact, if you double each recipe, you’ll have leftovers for lunch or another dinner.
Many people I see at here at Wabi-Sabi Holistic Therapy suffer from aches and pains stemming from common everyday activities such as housework, sitting for too long, driving in the wrong position, lifting heavy items without bending their knees or simply not having the correct pillows at night. Theses minor aches and pains affect our quality of life by not only making it more difficult to accomplish everyday tasks and causing us to become more sluggish and tired. They also affect us emotionally as they can cause stress, frustration, depression and the overall feeling of being overwhelmed.
It's estimated that between one in every 100 people in the UK are affected by gout and men are typically affected more than women as it is thought the female hormones play some role in the prevention of gout. But it is reported women become increasingly susceptible to gout in their later years, commonly around the time of menopause.
In fact more and more people are reporting they are feeling more and more tired because the environment we live in has changed but the human body has not changed at all! Now this could be because modern technology is the ‘new convenience’ but at the same time it causes a consistent amount of distractions which results in relaxation time (or down time) for our mind, body and spirit a thing of rarity.
You know that adrenaline rush you feeling when you get when you are scared or frightened? This adrenaline rush is the body’s natural defence mechanism, which is controlled by our adrenal gland, which is designed to give our body an energy boost to escape danger or deal with other stresses around us. Adrenal fatigue is a very common and affects around 80% of the population and the most popular causes are;
Knee pain is extremely common (I suffer from knee pain on a daily basis after having an accident) condition, just as common as back And shoulder pain, and occurs due to the constant wear and tear of our knee joint. There is also no restriction on who may or may not experience knee pain; it can affect young children all the way through to older adults. Another thing the exact location we experience knee pain can vary from person to person, as it can in any of the bony structures compromising the knee joint (femur, tibia and fibula), the kneecap (patella) or the ligaments and cartilage (meniscus).