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Author Archives: Paula Fenegan

Cats with coffee mug
Categories Advice, Nutrition, wellbeing

Why cats don’t drink coffee but humans do?

Cats  don’t drink coffee but humans do, so why are they always pictured together?  An idle scroll through any social media page, or random search on google, often brings up cute pictures of cats and coffee mugs. There are sayings such as‘ Life is better with coffee, cats and books” or,  ‘only my coffee and my cat understand me”. “Catpuccino anyone?” It’s clever marketing to say the least. We are relaxed by the sight of the cute cat and, by association, relaxed by a cup of coffee. Bingo, you are off to put the kettle on, or pop in to your nearest coffeehouse.

But why do we love it so much? Maybe we could learn from our feline friends.

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How Stress can suppress your Immune system
Categories Emotional wellbeing, Health, Uncategorised, wellbeing

How stress can suppress the Immune System.

We are living in unprecedented times, that stress can suppress our Immune System. The coronavirus known as COVID-19 is in the news and the entire world is under lockdown for a pandemic, the likes of which has never been seen before. People are being encouraged to stay at home in order to protect the NHS. There are constant updates in the news media channels, describing the negative impact of the virus. But is this helping us? Read More How stress can suppress the Immune System.

Categories Advice, Emotional wellbeing, Health, Nutrition, Reflexology

Can diet and reflexology help with Menopausal symptoms?

The word Menopause creates a feeling of dread in many women, mainly because of the negative perception it is given by society. The many symptoms that come in the perimenopause (the years leading up to when periods stop) can leave a women feeling that her better years are behind her. Read More Can diet and reflexology help with Menopausal symptoms?

Categories Advice, Emotional wellbeing, Health

Does social media increase the risk of depression and loneliness?

Who are most vulnerable from social media ? 

The younger generation, fondly know as ‘Millenials’  have been brought up in a fast paced world, with the internet and social media being the norm. It is their go to place for information. They have the ability, unlike previous generations, to find information on any given subject at their finger tips. But it’s  information overload.

Read More Does social media increase the risk of depression and loneliness?

breakfast berries
Categories Advice, Health, Nutrition

Strawberries, How are they good for you?

It’s Wimbledon time  again and what does that mean?…………..Strawberries!!!

Did you know that roughly 27,000 kilos of strawberries are eaten during the Wimbledon Championships, together with 7,000 litres of cream ?

Not only are they a British Institution at this time of year, they also pack a nutritional punch.

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