Category Archives: Movement

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Top 5 Natural Period Pain and Anxiety Relievers…

“Top 5 Natural Period Pain and Anxiety Relievers…”  is sponsored by Khapregesic® [ka-pra-geez-ic] a new natural pain reliever. Combining plant-based anti-inflammatories and antioxidants, with prebiotics for a calmer gut and a more balanced microbiome. by Caroline Robertson ND AMS, Clinical Naturopath & Ayurveda Practitioner Menstruation process explained… Period pain and anxiety are a monthly menace […]

Period Pain with IBS Pain, is it my diet or ‘hidden’ endo?

Period Pain with bowel spasm

“Period pain with IBS pain – This post is sponsored by Khapregesic® [ka-pra-jeez-ic] a new natural pain reliever. Combining plant-based anti-inflammatories and antioxidants, with prebiotics for a calmer gut and a more balanced microbiome.” What causes Period and Endometriosis Pain? This is a huge subject, but very simply. During a period, the uterus contracts to […]

2 Self Love Tips to Ease Period Pain and Anxiety

‘2 self-love tips to ease period pain and anxiety’, written by Rhovie Hulleza, with contributions from Naturopath Caroline Robertson ND* (* If your symptoms are severe please see your GP without delay) Period Pain and Anxiety relief just got easier Periods. Ugh, just the word is enough to dredge up horror stories of painful menstrual […]

Exercise can ease PMS and period pain – too busy to exercise?

When you’re curled up with cramps the last thing you want to do is work out, right? Gentle exercise with the emphasis on ‘gentle’ can ease period pain. Soft yoga postures have been found to reduce pressure on the lower back by elongating the spine, while stretching and toning the abdominal muscles. It’s now official […]

Five tips to ease First-Periods Pain

More and more first-period girls are experiencing dysmenorrhoea or painful periods and unfortunately a greater percentage than ever before are being prescribed the oral contraceptive pill. Whilst ‘the pill’ is the only answer for some first-period girls and excessively painful periods should always be accompanied by a visit to the GP, lifestyle changes and diet […]

Walking 10,000 Steps a Day is Poor Advice

It turns out that “Walking 10,000 Steps per Day” was actually part of a marketing plan in Japan back in the 1960’s. According to this new report from Michael Mosley, the idea was born from Dr Hatano, a concerned Japanese scientist, who was worried that the Japanese were falling into a slothful American lifestyle. More […]