If you're feeling tired and irritable, you're snapping at people at work, forgetting things or bursting into tears for no reason, you are probably suffering from burnout and need some help.
It can be hard to appreciate your body, when we’re being slapped in the face every other minute with photoshopped bodies that tell us that the way we exist in the world isn’t right.
The improvements that exercise can make on your mental health are vast. From relieving stress, to managing anxiety, to being a first-line treatment for depression, exercise is a key player in keeping your brain healthy. In a time where we spend so much of our day to day life exposed to stressors (work deadlines, family commitments, media overload, being ‘busy’) regular exercise can often be the only downtime that we have for ourselvesRead More
Our bodies are constantly changing in relation to our environment. As humans, we are made to adapt. If we do activities that put load on our
muscles, we get stronger. If we move our body in a way that keeps our heart rate and demand for oxygen up, we get fitter. Why should any of
this matter when it comes to exercise?
Emotional eating is one of the most common conversations I’ll have with clients in clinic. When we’re feeling crap it’s almost an instinctive response to reach for the chocolate. We’ll feel better for a moment but that moment is followed by guilt, shame and frustration. In the end we feel worse after eating than we did before…so we eat more.Read More
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