I can’t get no sleep!

Insomnia and how to improve sleep We all tend to have our own individual sleep patterns Sleep is a great worry, because we may feel that we aren’t getting the amount of sleep we think we should, especially if sleep patterns become disturbed.  It’s interesting that when studies have been carried out… many people discover…

Falling is a blessing

I fell off of my bike as a child, initially I felt pain and wanted my friends to acknowledge me. I waited, none of my friends had even noticed me, and after a while the initial pain had gone and I was still there waiting on the floor for them to see where I was…

Weight Management and the Ancient Nomad

  These people were following the very earliest instincts of the species, the selfish drives for survival, the pleasure seekers. When it came to food these people would have relied on a balance of lean proteins, starchy carbohydrates, and plant-based food sources. The opportunists, the easy catch of fish, poultry, and game, a good mix…

Weight Management and the Ancient Settlers

The Ancient Settler, the collective responsible for farming, crafts and artisan trade, this would have meant caring, growing and nurturing was high on their agenda. When we look at the settler diet, they would have had a broad, wide-ranging diet of grains, nuts, pulses, beans, plants. Their natural need to care and nurture may have…

A new you in just 21 days…..

  Quitting habits, improving self-worth, releasing pain, guilt, anxiety, for good! Change is not always deemed beneficial to our most ancient brain, hence why changing a behaviour can make us feel anxious. Security to our early brain is simply based on that which is familiar and our early brain sees that as a way to…