Welcome to part 2 of the sleep blog. I have been working with my Clients for at least 4 weeks now to understand why they were having trouble sleeping, some common themes, some suggested solutions and their results. From discussions and looking at noted results, I can identify two main themes: Waking up multiple times
Not getting enough will make you very cranky and isn’t good for your health. Sleep, that is! 😉 Sleep plays a huge role in healthy brain function and overall emotional wellbeing much more than most people would think. By why and what can you do if you feel you don’t get enough sleep? Firstly, what is
After the chaos of Christmas when you have perhaps overdone it with the rich food and the booze (whoops!) January is often the time when you think about getting back on track. Below are some helpful hints and tips to help the transition back into your ‘normal’ routine: Hydrate – when the weather outside is
The ‘new year’s resolution’ is a time old tradition that happens every year, but unfortunately over 80% of resolutions never get seen through! A lot of them may be related to your health and fitness. But why are they so hard to keep and if you are serious about trying to keep them, is there
I am Pilates trained and absolutely love the stretch element of this discipline. I also feel a lot better after a long day or a hard workout, for having a good old stretch out. However, there are two schools of thought on stretching as part of your workout routine…
That feeling of getting a ‘side stitch’ when you are running or after a particularly hard exercise session is not the most pleasant! But what is it and why does it happen? And can it be prevented, or what can be done to get rid of it when it does happen?