Are You Too Busy to Put Yourself First? Susie Elelman Has Given Us Her Healthy Habits, Whilst Living A Busy Lifestyle
We all have the best of intentions to fuel our bodies with the healthiest foods we can and exercise regularly but time is often our […]
Why then do so many of us continually ‘burn the candle at both ends’ and sacrifice our precious sleep as a result?
Studies have shown that by maintaining good basic health habits, like keeping active, getting enough sleep, eating a balanced diet and limiting our intake of alcohol and bad fats, we can help protect our brain’s decline and help reduce the risk of dementia.
Luckily there aren’t too many downsides to long distance air travel but the ones that are can certainly be punishing. Screaming babies notwithstanding, jet lag […]
October is the perfect month to spring us into action to look and feel our best by summer. Winter might seem like a distant memory […]
This is a wonderful time of year when the bone chilling days of winter are finally behind us and replaced with warm sunny days filled with the smell of fragrant flowers in bloom and freshly cut grass.
On average Australians sit for around 10 hours a day, yet a variety of major international research studies in recent years have produced compelling evidence that sitting for more than 4 hours each day leads to changes in the body.
Thinking long and hard about the question of what women over 50 want, I’m not sure it’s that much different to what any woman or man wants at any age.
For generations menopause was ‘secret women’s business’. Our mothers and grandmothers were never encouraged and often not game to talk about it, let alone admit they were going through it.
When I opened my eyes, even though I’d been asleep for a while, I didn’t realise I’d fallen asleep at all. What made it even more alarming was this occurred in the middle of the day.
To say Dr Gary impressed me enormously would be an understatement.
Firstly, he immediately set a date to come into the Pyrmont studios at 0200 in the morning to talk with me and to take questions live from my talkback listeners for an hour on-air, instead of taking the easier option.
I wish the Australian Menopause Centre was around to help me back then. It all started when my periods stopped at around 47 years of age and seemed to continue on and off for another ten years or more.
While the modern-day metric conversion of; ‘A gram of prevention is worth a kilo of cure’, doesn’t quite have the same ring to it; the sentiment is definitely still the same. The main reason I try and live by this saying is because I’m allergic to most antibiotics so it’s imperative for me to fortify my immune system leading up to winter