Tag: stress management

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Keeping Stress in Check

November 21, 2017

For many, life has lost its lustre and stress, anxiety and a lack of balance is often an underlying factor. This is often highlighted this time of year as we approach the Festive  Season. To lead a balanced, enriching life we all know that we must eat well and exercise… because without optimal health and energy it becomes a daily struggle to reach our potential. But it is equally important for optimal health and happiness that we create balance in our lives… time to stop, relax, reflect....

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ReBoot, ReCharge, ReFresh

October 18, 2016

Have you ever taken some time to stop, reflect and review your health and wellness? Have you looked at your hair, your nails, your eyes, your tongue, your skin, your teeth? And if you have, are you happy with what you are seeing? As women, we wear many hats and expectations of us can be high. It feels like we are continually running from pillar to post every day. And before we know it hours turn into days, days turn into weeks and weeks into years and we run the risk of rushing through life w....

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Reminder – Stress, Mood & Your Mental Health Seminar

April 27, 2016

Depression Life is too short to live without joy… but unfortunately anxiety and depression inhibit many to fully enjoy life’s pleasures. Those who experience these neurobiological disturbances are often unable to live to their potential. Depression is more than just a low mood – it’s a serious condition that has an impact on both physical and mental health. Depression affects how you feel about yourself. You may lose interest in work, hobbies and doing things you normally enjoy. ....

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Stress, Mood & Your Mental Health seminar

April 26, 2016

Statistics show three million Australians are living with anxiety or depression and according to Healthy Together Geelong,  22,400 (or 14%) of the adult population in Geelong experience high psychological distress including feeling nervous, hopeless, restless, sad and worthless. These are very worrying statistics which shows as a community we need to recognise, support and nurture not only our own mental health but that of others as well. How’s your mental health? Do you find you are becom....

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Stress Check

April 18, 2016

For many, life has lost its lustre and stress, anxiety, lowered mood and a lack of balance is often an underlying factor. To lead a balanced, enriching life we all know that we must eat well and exercise… because without optimal health and energy it becomes a daily struggle to reach our potential. But it is equally important for optimal health and happiness that we create balance in our lives… time to stop, relax, reflect and reconnect with nature. And for most of us therein lies the grea....

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Mission SlimPossible

September 11, 2015

In the past couple of years mention the word “garcinia cambogia” or “african mango”, “high protein/low carb diets like “Atkins” or “Paleo” and you’ll have anyone wanting to lose some weight come running… generally on the empty promise of a quick fix and a magic pill. High protein diets are a real concern for practitioners because you run the risk of producing high levels of metabolic waste that can potentially cause accelerated ageing and potential long term health problems....

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Last Chance to Get Your Seat

May 25, 2015

Now Is The Last Chance To Grab Your Seat To “An Evening With Kate” Kate will share with you in simple terms the ageing process and how it affects us all. We now know disease stems from inflammation so Kate will teach you the common drivers of inflammation and what we can all do now to become more anti-inflammatory. She will teach you practical ways to prevent common ageing conditions and share with you her top 10 supplements and what they do for us. You will leave with an understandin....

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Geelong’s Adult Health Report

March 18, 2015

Geelong has an adult population of 160,000. And our health, as a community, is not looking that great. According to Healthy Together Geelong, 56% of us are overweight or obese and a whopping 95% of us do not eat the recommended 5-6 serves of vegetables per day. Over half of us drink alcohol at risky levels for our health and 19.2% consume sugar-sweetened drinks every single day. There are about sixteen teaspoons of sugar in a 600ml bottle of regular soft drink so that cumulative effect of su....

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Simple 7-Step Rejuvenating Formula

February 16, 2015

Introducing “The Simple 7 Step Rejuvenating Formula to REVERSE the Ravageing Symptoms of Advanced Ageing” These ‘7 Steps’ are empowering women & men right now to fight back against advanced ageing. You see, ‘anti-ageing’ isn’t something you can find in a bottle. It’s not something to reduce, plump or pop, it requires a committed lifestyle solution. Only once you step up and take control will you start to look and feel younger, get lean and fit, have a glowing complexion a....

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Keeping Stress In Check

November 24, 2014

For many, life has lost its lustre and stress, anxiety and a lack of balance is often an underlying factor. This is often highlighted this time of year as we approach the Silly Season. To lead a balanced, enriching life we all know that we must eat well and exercise… because without optimal health and energy it becomes a daily struggle to reach our potential. But it is equally important for optimal health and happiness that we create balance in our lives… time to stop, relax, reflect....

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Your Winter Toolkit

May 20, 2014

‘A severe flu season is predicted, yet many aren’t willing to protect themselves’ writes Katrina Creer in Sunday’s Body and Soul (Herald Sun, 18/5/14). She goes on to say that ‘experts predict three strains of flu will hit all age groups. These include the swine flu (H1N1) strain, the H3N2 flu strain and influenza B strains. It’s still autumn, yet a higher than usual 3488 diagnosed flu cases have been reported’. Our Winter Tool Kit Every year, around this time the team at Mammoth....

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On the 12th Day of Christmas

December 9, 2013

Welcome to our 12 Days of Xmas “Silly Season Survive and Thrive” campaign. Back by popular demand from last year, each day we’ll shoot through a quick and simple tip you can easily embrace that will have you not only surviving but thriving this Silly Season. So let’s get started…             On The 12th Day Of Christmas… Keep Your Stress Levels Under Wraps The Christmas season quite often has us stretched to the very limit… ....

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The Power of Convalescence

July 28, 2013

There are a myriad of really nasty bugs around at the moment that seem to be lingering in the form of post-viral coughs, colds, lowered mood, energy and vitality. The message we keep hearing in-store goes something like this… “I need something that works fast because I have this deadline; I can’t take time off work; I can’t be sick...” My concern is that what we are seeing is a direct reflection of a driven, unbalanced culture that allows no time for illness.  Our society expect....

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Winter Solstice

June 19, 2012

This year’s Winter Solstice occurs Thursday morning (at 9.09am to be precise). It is a poignant  time to reflect on those goals, dreams and resolutions we made at the start of  the year. To take stock of whether we are on track with where we want to be in our lives or whether we’ve been side-tracked and just stumbling along a 'not so positive' trail. Sometimes taking time out for a little reflection can be the catalyst to deciding a different course of action – the course that w....

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