Know that ADHD is NOT a disease but a ‘brain’type. Many adults are now realizing that they too (as well as their children) experience ADHD. Medications can be helpful but often come with risks and side effects. Naturopathic approaches can support you to shine and thrive.
Options for you to calm the anxiety in your life. Consider underlying issues, invite support from a Counsellor and allow well prescribed herbal medicines and nutrition to support you.
Early research supporting the memory-boosting powers of essential oils like rosemary, lavender, citrus and eucalyptus – which are in my Skin Magik moisturiser.
Exercise is good for you – in any form. Here are some fascinating findings on a whole smorgasbord of benefits.
Chronic constipation is a sign of poor gut health – and can be a symptom of deep issues. Don’t just “soldier on”. The evidence supporting several effective herbal remedies is substantial.
10 things your doctor probably learned about protein and health in medical school – but may not think to tell you.
I have been noticing that there is a ‘creep’ phenomenon happening in regards to medical drug use as we age. One drug may lead to the next. Often this is to offset the side effects of a certain medication and this in turn may trigger further, different disease states. This is termed ‘Polypharmacy’. This is…
For thousands of years Australian Aborigines have utilised the Broad-leaf Paperbark (Melaleuca quinquenervia) or Coastal Paperbark as a food, medicine and daily domestic item. She (‘Mel’) grows into a tall (to 25m) tree in areas of eastern Australia where there is plenty of water to keep her roots moist. These species grow northwards from Sydney…
Your friendly neighbourhood Naturopath can help you design a whole-person pain management program that goes way beyond “pop pills and soldier on”. Plus avoid/minimise some of the less-know side effects of pharmaceuticals.
Everyone knows that vegetables are good for them – but it’s surprising how many people think they’re doing OK – until they start to count! Food intake is one of those areas where what we think we’re doing and what we’re actually doing are two different things. Check your real intake So keep a food…