Something I’ve become very aware of over the last few months, is that many people are suffering ongoing aftereffects from the virus. Natural ways to support your body in healing from Post Viral Fatigue.
For many, lockdown has meant that poor sleep has become the norm. This can be difficult to rectify if you’re not yet heading back to your usual work and exercise routines or feeling anxious about the future. Here’s some natural ways to tackle the problem.
There’s a common misconception that RDA’s are the perfect amount of vitamins and minerals you need to achieve optimum wellbeing. However, this is not what there were designed for. Read more…
As I wrote in part 1 – with lockdown easing in the coming weeks, we’re all opening our doors to an increased risk of infection. Having an Infectious Disease doctor working on the front line in the house means we are six times more likely to catch coronavirus. As a result, we’ve been thinking a lot about how to protect ourselves.
As we slowly ease out of lockdown in the coming weeks, we’re opening our door to more virus and more risk. As a Nutritional Therapist married to an Infectious Disease doctor, many of you have asked what we will be doing to protect our family….
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is thought to affect up to 20 percent of children at some point in their school years. Symptoms of IBS including abdominal pain and alternating diarrhoea and constipation, are the second cause of absenteeism at school. What could be the answer?
When the warmer weather comes it usually marks the end of seasonal coughs and colds. However, this year we’re still fighting coronavirus with another potential surge in June as we come out of lockdown. As if we didn’t have enough to challenge our immune system right now, some of us will be fighting a war against pollen too.
It’s been over a month since we all went into lockdown. With it, our routines, our usual exercise, our regular meals, our normal sleep patterns, literally went out the window…. and so has our daily rhythm. During normal times the NHS estimate’s that around 1 in 7 adults and 1 in 3 children in the UK has constipation at any one time. Lockdown could see these figures rising….
With the gyms and swimming pools closed until lockdown is over, many of us will be taking to the streets to exercise. With this our trainers are going to be getting some good use, and as the Summer hots up some of us may be encountering an extremely common problem, Fungal Toenail. Fortunately, it’s easy to treat at home…
Elderberry syrup is a very common remedy for kids suffering with a cold. You can buy it in many pharmacies, though it does come with a high price tag and in very small quantities. It’s just as easy, and more fun, to make it yourself at home. Research studies show it’s good at supporting the body through a virus…
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