Friday, 5 April 2019 | Editor
Have you ever thought that there are many types of low mood?
You might be Feeling stressed and irritated, worried and anxious, tired of not sleeping.
But there is a remedy to help you thanks to A Vogel. The secret can be quite simply, like keeping your water intake up, going for a walk or eating earlier in the vending of you have sleeping problems.
Still, you may need a little extra help but you might not want to take pharmaceutical medication, so is there any alternative?
Friday, 7 December 2018 | Editor
More and more people are looking for natural treatments to relieve the symptoms of anxiety and depression and ways in which they can help themselves and take some control of the situation they find themselves in. The UK’s National Institute for Clinical Excellence now advises doctors to think carefully before prescribing antidepressants and explore other therapeutic interventions.
Wednesday, 5 September 2018 | Editor
Passiflora contains unique alkaloids, flavonoids and sterols, which work together to help relax both mind and muscles, potentially normalising high blood pressure too and has a sedative effect on the central nervous system. It can help to calm mental processes and produce a happier state of mind. This may also contribute to the beneficial effect on blood pressure, as it has a mildly dilating effect on the coronary arteries.
Saturday, 21 April 2018 | Editor
Are your energy levels all over the place? Are you tired when you should be alert, such as upon waking or during the afternoon?
Many factors can impact energy levels, such as thyroid dysfunction, chronic fatigue syndrome and adrenal fatigue, resulting in prolonged fatigue. Here are some key energy-depletors that you can address:
Friday, 2 February 2018 | Editor
‘Anxiety’ is the mental state characterised by persistent worry, fear or unease. It is a growing problem with an estimated 1 in 20 people affected.
This article discusses what causes anxiety, how to identify what triggers it and why nutrition is vital to address the imbalances that cause anxiety.
Saturday, 14 October 2017 | Editor
Stress is an unavoidable part of modern life, which if left unmanaged has a negative effect upon health. Chronic stress is implicated in the onset or progression of most diseases including heart disease, strokes, auto-immune conditions and digestive problems. You can't avoid it but you can manage it.