Do you ever feel like work is zapping your energy and zest for life? You are not alone, according to a survey carried out by MIND, one in three people stated their work life was stressful. So what can we do about it, how do we reduce stress at work?
I believe that nurses and teachers are uniquely prone to burnout. Isn’t it ironic, that nursing is a caring profession and yet when nurses care too much, they are unable to do the job?
Why is it that when we are stressed we always look to those sweet dessert like foods to bring us comfort? Why do we lose our healthy habits when we feel stressed?
Well its February and Xmas seems a long and distant memory. We still want to lose the weight and have that model like body. Except we didn’t start out with one, so it’s going to take a lot more work to get there!!
Women today have more to juggle than their predecessors. The average women works 51 hours, that can break down to 22 hours paid work and up to 29 unpaid such as childcare, household chores etc. Obviously, this is the average and many women have full time jobs outside of the home. Is it no wonder that they can end up overwhelmed and burnout?So how do we show up for everyone else that needs us, whilst still having a bit of time for ourselves and our own sanity. How do we avoid overwhelm & burnout and be happier?
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. […]
What is the Immune system and where is it? The Immune system is operating for us 24/7. It is a complex system made up of proteins and cells that defend the body against infections. But how do you boost your immune system?
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 […]
Who doesn’t like a coffee? A catch up with friends, or a quick cuppa grabbed at the station on the way to work. But are we in danger of putting our health at risk by the extra calories we are inadvertently consuming?
More and more is been learnt about microbes, or the microbiome and its affect on human health, but what is the microbiome and how can it help?