Ever since I studied Biology at school I have been fascinated with the human body and how to stay healthy. This led me to my first degree in Physiology and Biochemistry, and then on to a M.Sc in Nutrition from the University of London. I have continued to research health, nutrition and longevity for decades, […]Read More
Article taken from The Best Season of My Life Blog I love the newborn period. There. I said it. Not something you hear every day, huh? Normally you hear stories of intense sleep deprivation, aching nipples, a questionable amount of time since the last shower, and a lot of crying. And if I was talking […]Read More
Berkhamsted is such a fabulous place to raise children there’s no wonder that there are loads of classes available to engage and stimulate your baby. The beauty of Mummy and Baby Yoga is that the class addresses the needs of new mums too! Motherhood is one demanding role, we need all the nurturing we can get.Read More
By Suzy Reading, Neom’s Psychology Expert.
C.Psychol, B.Psych (Hons) M.Psych, REPS, BWY Accredited.
The Neom Organics stress audit results are in and it is pretty staggering. A whopping big 9 out of 10 women in the UK are stressed, with 36% agreeing that they were stressed every day. On an encouraging note over half of respondents state that taking time to look after their health and wellbeing is a priority. Hooray! People are finally giving themselves permission to put self-care on the agenda. However, it seems we have a way to go before this is a daily occurrence, with 49% of women feeling they don’t have enough time to look after themselves.
Why can’t we ignore stress?
Stress isn’t going to go away – it is a normal part of everyday life. In fact life would be pretty boring without some stress to keep us on our toes, evolving and growing. It’s no good saying “I’ll be happy when…” The day when there is no stress is the day we are pushing up daisies. We need to get on with reclaiming our vitality now.
Stress has a cumulative effect. Putting out heads in the sand and attempting to deal with it later wreaks havoc with our health and takes a toll on our relationships, work life and family life.
Too much stress is dangerous. Stress lies at the heart of myriad of physical and mental health conditions. Quite simply the evidence is overwhelming that too much stress (either in intensity or in duration) makes us fat and ill. We just can’t afford to be complacent about our stress levels. It goes beyond our health and wellbeing – too much stress greatly diminishes our ability to enjoy life and can put the kibosh on happiness. We have to take action now.
At Carmenta Life we are now offering the wonderfully relaxing Oriental Face Massage treatment which incorporates and blends the techniques of natural face lift massage with acupressure and massage styles from the Japanese, Chinese and Tibetan Face massage treatments. This works well together to ease tension and increase elasticity in the skin to smooth away […]Read More
Julie Carden is Carmenta Life’s fully qualified Tongue Tie Practitioner, Lactation Consultant () and experienced midwife who has seen great results in fretful babies who have struggled to feed and have been unsettled. If you are anxious or worried about your babies weight gain, if you are struggling to feed your baby or if your […]Read More