Detailed information on how you can improve your health conditions, including anxiety / stress, auto immune, insomnia, hormonal imbalance, thyroid, weight loss  - just to name a few.


Chronic Pain Relief

Do YOU Suffer From Chronic Pain?

Do you suffer from chronic pain? Did you know that 38% of the world’s population is affected by this type of pain? So, you are not alone.

Chronic pain can be a result of inflammation due to injury where pain becomes constant and steady, throbbing and pulsating, stabbing or pinching.

Once tissue becomes injured or damaged, the pain is your body’s way of telling you that there is inflammation present, and it is a protective mechanism designed to remove causative factors and initiate the healing process.

Once the tissue is repaired, an orchestra of cells and compounds work to slowly and eventually turn off the pain responses, returning the body to normal. Unfortunately, when the body cannot resolve the tissue damage, the pain responses do not turn off, and chronic pain can develop.

Toxic Environment

Toxic Environment

Our health is directly linked to the environment in which we live. You may not realise it, but we are exposed to chemicals and toxins in our everyday lives, from the air we breathe, the food we eat, the water we drink, our skin care and cleaning products, as well as our electronic devices.

Unfortunately, mould is one of those airborne toxins that isn’t easily avoided, and particularly this winter for those on the east coast of Australia. With all the recent wet weather, and flooding, a large number of buildings and homes are detecting an increase of mould spores, inside and out.

Natural Cleaning Solutions

Natural Cleaning Solutions

As mentioned in my previous article - Toxic Environment - mould grows in places that have a lot of moisture, such as around leaks in roofs, windows, or pipes, or where there has been flooding. Mould grows well on paper products, cardboard, ceiling tiles and wood products. Mould can also grow in dust, paints, wallpaper, insulation, drywall, carpet, fabric and upholstery.

Your kitchen and bathroom are at the greatest risk for mould and bacteria growth because they are typically areas with moisture. The best way to prevent mould is by cleaning regularly and minimizing moisture. Squeegeeing shower doors after use, repairing leaks, and keeping tile grout clean are effective methods for keeping mould at bay. But even if you’re frequently cleaning and disinfecting, mould can sneak in and make itself at home. Unfortunately many commercial household cleaning products contain chemicals/toxins that are harmful to the environment, so I highly recommend using natural/eco-friendly green cleaning products.

Overwhelm Stressed

Overwhelmed, Stressed or Burnt-out

Often, we start the week thinking ‘I’m going to make a real effort to get healthy this week’. Then life throws you a couple of curve balls, you end up working late, there’s a social engagement or two and before you know it, you’re back to the start of a new week. 

This can cause one to feel overwhelmed, stressed, or even burnt-out. It’s no wonder after all the things that have been happening in the world over the last few years, in particularly the global pandemic. Prior to 2020, many of my patients were suffering from overwhelm, stressed out from either work and/or balancing family life. Put these things altogether, it’s no wonder that many were heading down the road to burn-out.

Kitchen Tips

Kitchen Tips

Are you getting the best nutritional goodness from your food? The way in which you prepare, cook and store your food, can impact the amount of nutritional content that you eventually consume.

Firstly, I highly recommend that you have organically sourced food, if you are wanting to obtain the most nutritional value from your food. Organically sourced foods are free from chemicals and toxins, therefore all the nutrients are naturally produced, giving you a high nutritional value of food.