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5 Simple Ways To Boost Your Wellness Today

You can do some simple things to ensure that you feel as fit and healthy as possible, starting today.  Here are 5 simple changes that you can make to your lifestyle to improve your overall wellness. 1. Get Some Sleep It is no secret that sleep is important.  You may have noticed that sleeping helps you to avoid that tired feeling all day, and helps you to concentrate more.  Sleep is also a chance for your body to rejuvenate, and plenty of things still go on in your body’s various systems while you sleep. If you don’t get enough sleep, it’s not only highly likely that you’ll be tired the next day, but your health will suffer too. Being tired makes us emotional, stressed, limits our concentration, and will...

Immune Boosting Herbs for Winter Health

There’s always something refreshing about the end of the hot, humid summer months and the arrival of the crisp, cool nights and warm days of winter in Queensland. However, what is not refreshing and invigorating about Winter is when the cold and flu season descends upon us and those nasty viruses get shared around which make us feel sick, depleted and low in vitality. Thankfully there are specific herbs that are incredibly helpful during this period to give us a bit of additional help to boost our immune fighting capabilities and increase our energy levels gently yet effectively. Herbs which can help you keep away those pesky viral infections and keep you going about your daily activities with as much health and energy as possible, are: Siberian Ginseng –...

4 Herbs for Gut Health

Your gut doesn’t lie. It gives you that “gut feeling” when something isn’t quite right, “growls” when you’re hungry and gives you that “upset tummy” feeling when there’s something not quite right in your body. The gut is also sensitive to emotion.  If you’re upset or worried you often don’t feel like eating and vice versa.  If you are not feeling well in the tummy, then you can feel sad, upset, worried, anxious, irritated – a range of negative emotions. The gut-brain connection is now widely recognised and for good reason. Around 95% of the brains serotonin receptors are located in your bowel!  So it makes sense that if your gut is not feeling right, it will ultimately affect your mood.  This is another reason why it is so...