HEALTH AND
WELLNESS

Types of therapies: which one is right for you? (Part 2)

- 6 minutes to read

Today we have several emerging therapies that have been showing promising results in a very short period of time, such as Havening, Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy (REBT) and Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT). Also, some of the therapies, like Primers and Self-hypnosis can be done in the comfort of your own home, and still achieve significant progress, concerning your particular situation.

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Menopause: How to deal with Hot Flushes

- 6 minutes to read

A hot flush/flash in menopause is a sudden sensation of heat, often rising from the feet to the top of the head. While some women can experience only a mild wave of warmth, others may experience being overwhelmed and will break out in a sweat.

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Life’s Unforeseen Turns: A Journey of Love, Loss, and Resilience

- 3 minutes to read

We all have a story, and my story has changed the direction of my life. It all began many years ago, when I met a gorgeous Cook Island man at Training College. We were both 19 at the time. We went out once with a group of others and did not see each other again for another 27 years.

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Logotherapy: Meaning and Avenues to Meaning-Discovery

- 4 minutes to read

Meaning is the primary force that draws us forward in life, but what is meaningful today may not be next week. This is why having, and knowing, your purpose in life is important, and purpose itself changes over our lifetime.

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Interactions between nutrients and genes

- 3 minutes to read

Food is not always “just food” since we all might react differently to certain nutrients. This is most evidently seen when we talk about coffee and caffeine, since some of us absorb caffeine much slower, which has a negative effect on our health. The reason for this is our unique genetics.

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