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October is Menopause Month

October is Menopause Month. O Spotlight on: Menopause The menopause is a significant change in a woman’s life. During the menopause, a woman’s body begins to slow its production of oestrogen. This change in hormone levels can cause irregular periods, hot flushes, night sweats and vaginal dryness. Some women also experience aches and pains, mood […]

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What Everyone Needs to Know About Summer Allergies and Hay-Fever

Earlier this month in my blog about what Hayfever is we looked at the causes and also I gave you some ideas on how to prevent the onset of those pesky Summer Allergies and Hay-fever by offering up some natural Hayfever prevention options. With the Summer allergy season seemingly starting earlier each year what can […]

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May is Hay-Fever Prevention Month!

Did you know that hay-fever, also known as seasonal allergic rhinitis, is probably the most widely recognised allergy. Symptoms include inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nose causing sneezing, itching, runny nose, watering eyes and nasal congestion. It usually develops before the age of 30 and women are more prone to develop it than […]

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Winter Wellness – how to boost your immunity naturally.

Winter wellness Lets have a look at Winter Wellness!Although I generally enjoy winter weather, it’s the combination of wet and cold weather that really makes me feel “down” – what about you?  As well as feeling low your immune system also takes a battering in the winter – especially with little ones around to sap […]

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EFT and Chronic Pain

Interesting article from Nicolas Ortner from the Www.mindbodygreen.com website about EFT or tapping to help relieve chronic pain. EFT and Chronic Pain Since childhood, we’ve been taught that physical pain originates in the body. Our earliest experiences with pain often happened after scraping a knee or being stung by a bee. The “fix” was usually […]

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