How to become your mind’s best friend

How to become your mind’s best friend

‘Day by day, little by little, the wise one fills himself with good’. Dalai Lama Understanding how the mind works and how it influences our feelings, mood, sensations of pain, and many aspects of our being is the focus of significant research, debate, and...

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How to get enough melatonin with sleepy tips

How to get enough melatonin with sleepy tips

Getting a good night’s sleep is so important.  It promotes tissue repair, muscle recovery/repair, bone building, fat burning and optimises energy levels for the next day.  Sounds great doesn’t it but the statistics show that too many people aren’t getting...

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How to stay sane and calm in isolation at home

How to stay sane and calm in isolation at home

Feeling overwhelmed with life at home?  Starting to go a little crazy?   So many emails, social media, news stories about what you should be doing?   Don’t get me wrong, it’s good to keep up to date with the latest news but I’ve limited my exposure.  For once, I’m...

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My Simple Top 5 Tips to Reduce Anxiety

My Simple Top 5 Tips to Reduce Anxiety

Eat protein with every meal Protein or amino acids are essential for the production of neurotransmitters (brain chemicals).   Serotonin is a well-known one.  Protein also keeps you full for longer and avoids those blood sugar dips which can contribute to anxiety....

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The gut-brain axis and your mental well-being

The gut-brain axis and your mental well-being

Gut health is closely connected with anxiety, depression and other neurological and psychiatric disorders such as Affective disorders, autism spectrum disorders (ASD), Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer's disease and chronic pain.  Your gut is your second brain via the...

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