Join Nichola for her monthly slot on The Morning Mix with Alan Corcoran on Friday 2nd June at 11.15am.
This month Nichola will be discussing the menopause and different ways in which you can help get through it! The symptoms of menopause are varied and differ from person to person but it can affect your mood, sleep, skin, hair, weight to name a few!! But fear not there are things you can do to alleviate these symptoms, some simple, some not so simple but there are options!
So make sure to tune into South East Radio on Friday 2nd June at 11.15am to hear what advice Nichola has to give.
Join Nichola for her monthly slot on The Morning Mix with Alan Corcoran on Friday 27th January at 11.15am.
This month Nichola will be discussing a few different topics but a few simple changes can make a difference to all of them! She is going to be discussing finding balance in your life, how to reduce stress and increase mood and energy. It might sound complex but sometimes all it takes is one or two small changes to make a difference.
So make sure to tune into South East Radio on Friday 27th at 11.15am to hear what advice Nichola has to give!
Whether we like it or not, stress is a fact of modern life, whether it’s the ongoing challenge of ‘managing’ life in this increasingly frantic world or coping with individual high stress events as life throws them at us. It is a natural reaction to events, our mind telling us to be alert and ready to navigate life’s difficulties. It only becomes a problem when that state of alertness becomes habitual. When we experience prolonged periods of worry and anxiousness so great that we start to become overwhelmed by them, then all sorts of things can go wrong. Firstly there’s the feeling itself, life’s joy becomes overshadowed by fear and worry and then other areas of life become affected. We don’t sleep well and don’t have the energy to function properly and our immune system and digestion come under pressure leading to sickness. Mental fog and poor or no decision making replace clarity of mind. Long term unresolved stress can lead to depression and isolation, not a pretty picture!
So whether you’re trying to cope with a tough period or event or fighting a longer battle to feel better remember the natural strategies and aids that can help. There are many herbal, homoeopathic and nutritional aids to combat excess stress, see our product of the month to see the effect some of these have on the body.
These are some lifestyle recommendations.
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Maximize your brain’s potential, good news for old and young!
As Irish students have just finished the mock exams and start the final push in preparation for the real thing it’s timely that Irish Company Galway Natural Health, the makers of Revive Active and Revive Active Joint, has just introduced its newest offering to the Irish Market. The new formula is aimed at providing key nutrients for mental performance and is called Mastermind. It’s aimed at both an older demographic keen to use natural supplements to keep the mind sharp and students seeking the same benefits for optimal study and exam performance.
Here are the supplement’s ingredients and their roles:
Seniors – If preventative 1 sachet daily. If are starting to suffer from memory and cognitive deterioration, than can take 2 sachets daily (separately for the best effect).
Parents & Professionals – 1 sachet daily.
Students – 15 and up 1 sachet daily. Under 15 ½ sachet daily. Probably not necessary or needed for under 13.
Synapses – When you hear synapses, just think Brain Connections and Memories.
DHA, Uridine and Choline work in synergy to promote:
In General: Brain Function, Nervous System Function, Mental Performance, Cognitive Function
More Specific: Memory, Focus, Mood