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Airways Are Important

Airways Are Important

Breathing For Health Written by Dr Jeffrey Kestenberg MDSc LDS FRACDS Dentist at Coburg Dental Group There are so many things in life which we take for granted. We expect to have shelter to be protected from the elements.  We expect to have the comforts of home such as a bed, a radio, a television, running water and plumbed sewerage. …

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Beat the Winter Blues

Beat the Winter Blues at the Beach

Written by Cerise Canon When thinking about taking a beach holiday, swimming in the warm summer sun is usually the first thing that comes to mind; however, it need not be the focal point of a beach holiday. Although wintertime is not typically synonymous with beach holidays, there are so many reasons why having a winter beach getaway or day…

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Reduce Pain Improve Energy

Reduce Pain, Improve Energy, Balance Hormones, & Reverse Heart Disease with a Plant-Based Lifestyle

Written by Connie Rogers Certified Health Coach, Brain Health Coach, & Published Author   What is the meaning of plant based? An organic plant-based lifestyle assures the user of safety practices in foods and products that we ingest or use on our skin. A plant-based clean-living lifestyle improves health and longevity without toxic exposures in our home, clothing, and medicinal…

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what it needs and doesn’t need

Listening to your body, what it needs and doesn’t need

Written by Michael Dermansky Although it is easy to get wrapped up in the latest trend of what is “good” for you, what is going to cleanse you or contradictory scientific and medicine information, which often looks at one aspect of health in a large population rather than the  overall health of one individual, knowing what is important and what…

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Listen to your body

Listen to your body

Written by Phillipa Brown A large portion of nurturing mental health entails listening to your body. There are three key areas to focus on that functionally serve to increase resilience and prevent mental health decline. These three key areas are 1. Sleep, 2. Diet, and 3. Exercise. When utilised properly, these functions serve to support good mental health and ability…

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Positive Psychology

What’s New In Positive Psychology?

Written by Dr Melissa Keogh, Clinical Psychologist New research in the journal Applied Psychology: Health and Wellbeing by Proyer, Gander, Brauer, & Chick (2020) (https://iaap-journals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/aphw.12220) investigating the personality trait adult playfulness has found that playfulness can be stimulated by undertaking specific exercises and that increased playfulness positively impacts wellbeing and symptoms of depression in the short term. THE STUDY (Positive…

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Motivate and celebrate your

Motivate Yourself To Reach Your Health Goals

Written by Ana Jones Have you made your obligatory “new year, new me” resolution? It’s almost an annual tradition after a festive season of indulgence and yet it’s fair to say these spur-of-the-moment intentions generally fall flat once February rolls around. Very quickly, motivation levels drop as “diet fatigue” takes hold and as challenges present themselves. Most nutritionists will agree…

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Healthy Sleep Hygiene

Healthy Sleep Hygiene

Written by Mituri Pradip Sharma There’s no doubt that sleep makes you feel better, but its importance goes far beyond just boosting your mood or banishing under-eye circles. Getting enough quality sleep at the right times can help protect your mental health, physical health, quality of life, and safety. The way you feel while you’re awake depends in part on…

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Taking control of your health

Taking control of your health

Today Written by Eryn Ford, founder and trainer at Mummy Physiques Do you listen to what your body tells you? Do you nourish your body with all the right things? We are only given one; why do so many of us not cherish it and treat it with the respect it deserves. I hear too many excuses from friends, family…

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Staying Healthy Through

Staying Healthy Through the Winter

Written By Sarah Milano With the cold weather, comes the bugs. No, I’m not talking about the bugs we see crawling around during the comfortable, warm months but rather the bugs that you can’t see when winter rolls in this month. Viruses and bacteria have a way of overpowering your immune system during the colder months and leaving you feeling…

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How to Sleep Healthily in 3

How to Sleep Healthily in 3 Insanely Easy Steps

Written by Mituri Pradip Sharma It’s something most of us state we’re not getting enough of even though we all know how important it is for our health and general wellbeing. Elusive sleep is like a tiresome, relentless flirt for many of us, no matter how hard we chase her, we just simply can’t grasp her for long enough. The…

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Designed For Change

Designed For Change

Written by Connie Rogers As humans, we live, love, laugh and express emotions every day of our life. We experience consciousness through many avenues that allow us to change at any stage of our development. Basically, most of us disdain stagnation and are designed for growth.In college, if we put our minds to it, we can achieve anything we set out…

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How to get more Vitamin D

How to get more Vitamin D, and why should we care?

Written by osteopath Claire Richardson Vitamin D is very important. It is crucial in maintaining healthy bones, because it facilitates the absorption of calcium into our bodies. Calcium is a mineral which hardens our bones, so without it, our bones become brittle and weak. Low Vitamin D levels have also been found to be linked to high blood pressure. Whilst…

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How to Learn

How to Learn from the Oldest Mother ever

Written by Mituri Pradip Sharma Yep, you read that right. What if I told you that the oldest mother ever wanted to share her secrets with us and all we had to do was listen? You may be a little doubtful, maybe even a little distrustful but I promise, I’m speaking the complete truth and you will be surprised at…

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Safeguard Your

Safeguard Your Family’s Health

Throughout Winter Written By Julia Lette On the whole, your immune system does a pretty good job of defending you against disease. Sometimes however, especially in the winter months, it fails and you end up sick in bed for days on end. Fortunately there are ways that you can intervene in this process and make your immune system stronger and…

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De-Stress Your Life

De-Stress Your Life

Written by Connie Rogers No one is immune from fear, stress or worry in their lifetime. However emotions can take hold and affect everyone differently depending on their most important asset, their mind-set. A diet of stressful emotions is no laughing matter.  These emotions in our nervous system can become toxic and settle into body organs which in turn could…

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Sleep Sleep Wonderful

Sleep Sleep Wonderful Sleep!

Written by Connie Rogers We always feel vibrantly well after a good nights sleep with heightened energy levels and better moods. This is because sleep is a restorative process. It’s function is to maintain brain immunity and is also a huge part of building gut immunity.(1) The benefits of good sleep habits are  increased mental clarity, a healthier weight, better…

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The Power of

The Power of a Daily Routine

Written by Sam Taylor from The Nurture Project As the summer holidays come to a close, we turn our minds to the year ahead and what we hope to achieve. We are often looking for ways to be better versions of ourselves. Perhaps we’d like to lose weight, exercise regularly, start that side hustle or be happier, calmer, more productive…

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Well-Being Organically

Written by Hally Rhiannon-Nammu When it comes to looking after the environment we are reasonably well versed on what to do, what not to do and what options to strive towards. However, it comes to our own well being what is organic or not is commonly undertaken as an extreme. Influenced by trends and popularity of what is right or…

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wooden pier disappearing into the blue ocean

How to keep fit with Nature

and why it’s easier than you think! Written by Mituri Pradip Sharma Nature is such a buzzword at the moment. And for good reason too. Though humans may just be getting back into their natural groove, if there’s one thing that’s been constant throughout the ages, it’s Mother Nature. Even if we’re just catching onto the next big Natural fad,…

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woman running in sillouette

Natural Remedies

Written by Connie Rogers Do You Suffer With Low Energy or Burnout? Stimulants are attractive if we think they’re providing temporary energy. Sadly, they are not. Energy drinks can be filled with toxic chemicals, dyes, and fluoride. Additionally, plastic containers containing BPA’s can be leaching into your beverages causing fatigue. What you can do. Drink pure, clean filtered water from…

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