How are your emotions and thoughts affecting your physical and mental wellbeing?
When you are working through a traumatic event, talk therapy can help, but what if you get stuck? One optional therapeutic approach is OEI. While speech has difficulty accessing this part of your brain, your visual centre is extremely close in proximity to where trauma memories are stored and seems to have an ability to access these memories in a way talking can’t.
If you are a woman enter your late 40s or early 50s, you may be wondering when “the change of life” will happen, and what it will be like. Menopause represents a major transition in the lives of most women, signalling the end of reproductive function. A diet rich in whole foods and proper supplementation supports a stronger life force and the ability to better handle the changes occurring during this time.
In an age where we have so many ways of connecting with others through social media, there is also a marked increase in people feeling alone. It has become such an issue that the UK has appointed a Minister of Loneliness. What are some ways to combat loneliness in your life, and get connected with others?
Are you interested in trying to deal with the issues you are facing in a natural way - through counselling, exercise, and eating properly? While you may know that eating healthy can affect your mental health, you may wonder if there are specific foods that can help! Glenys Bowers, a Registered Holistic Nutritionist in the South Surrey area, has some practical help for us in this area.