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Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Naturopathy degree from Southern Cross University, Lismore. Her interests are in women’s health and wellbeing, and especially a holistic approach to health that accounts for the mind, body and spirit. Apart from her interests in complementary medicine, Jennifer holds a warm spot for the arts.
In his book ‘Last Child in the Woods’ author Richard Louv described a phenomenon he called nature deficit disorder in which he discussed the disconnection between children and nature.
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A recent head nodding session whilst reading an article from a women’s health and fitness magazine about the declining state of friends as we age left me with not only a sore head but a slightly sore heart.
These days women seem to stop for nothing, including their periods. And many of us seem to pound it out at the gym or keep to our yoga routines while menstruating. But should we?
Many of us lead busy lifestyles that involve travel for work or pleasure. So the other day, when I was thinking of a farewell pressie for a girlfriend of mine who is going overseas, it dawned on me to bundle up a travel kit with natural essentials for her.
Managing PMS can be difficult at the best of times, so here are some tips to ease the hormonal burden.
Working as a Blackmores naturopath, I often get asked questions from women about their vaginal health, especially whether there is a connection between vaginal flora imbalances and sexual activity.
The proverbial phrase at the gym is ‘no pain no gain’. We grasp onto it with tight, white knuckled fists, unable to hold our head high unless passing out with breathless, heart-racing glory at the end of circuit class. But on closer inspection, amending the slogan, minimum pain, maximum gain, may still prove correct, at least in the cardiovascular health stakes.
The right fit can help minimise discomfort, and breast tenderness when suffering from pre-menstrual breast pain. Here are some tips for the right fitting bra:
We seem to be living in a world where we are promised getting that “next-new-thing” will make life easier. I don’t know about you, but I can get a wee bit sceptical. But, in the world of phone apps, accessibility can equal ease. Don’t get me wrong, there are apps that just build up dust on your phone, but as a female, I am more than impressed with the various PMS apps out there.
Watching the evening news recently, I saw a report on a study, published in the April 2011 edition of Journal of Clinical Endocrinology, that suggested there could be a link between early menopause and exposure to an environmental pollutant named PFC, or perflurocarbons to be exact.
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