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With so many intersecting factors contributing to fatigue, it can be tricky to know where to begin in getting your energy levels back up. Exhaustion and fatigue can be the result of physical and/or emotional stressors, including acute or chronic illness, poor diet, abuse, over work, injury, grief, substance abuse, poor sleep, constant worry/fear, poor digestion, toxicity – the list is endless. If you are interested in learning about how to combat exhaustion and fatigue in your life, take a look at our blog post on the subject ➜ https://bit.ly/2KuSla9
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This week is Mental Health Awareness Week, this year the Mental Health Foundation is encouraging people to explore their way to wellbeing - discovering what makes them feel good, and how to incorporate more of this into their daily life. To learn more about Mental Health Awareness week and the events on around your area, check out the link ➜ https://bit.ly/2fOIGMM
Stress may not always have any obvious physical symptoms at first glance, but long-term activation of the stress-response system combined with the overexposure to stress hormones can destabilize and confuse our body’s processes to your health's detriment. As a result, we are at risk of developing health problems such as anxiety, depression, digestive problems, heart disease, weight gain, memory and concentration impairment. See our blog post for some practical suggestions on how to get a handle on your body's response to stress ➜ https://bit.ly/2Ysiroi
It's spring cleaning season! Spring cleans aren't just for your home: your body may need a spring clean too. After a winter filled with sickness, low mood, and comfort indulgences, your liver has probably been doing some major heavy-lifting. Your liver detoxifies daily toxins such as alcohol, caffeine, sugar, trans fats, refined foods, unnatural skin care products, medications and pain killers, regulates blood sugar and cholesterol levels, assists with hormone balance and supports our metabolism. To find out about our Spring Cleanse package for your liver, check out our blog post ➜ https://bit.ly/31j94Ee
Do you have a sweet tooth? It can be difficult to curb sugar cravings if your body is run-down and tired, but we have just the treat to keep any temptations to over-indulge at bay. Using only chia seeds, a pinch of cinnamon, almond milk and some seasonal fruit, our Chia Pudding makes the perfect sweet treat. Loaded with antioxidents, fibre and protein, chia seeds are a superfood that will satisfy your hunger and assist in keeping your body in good health. Check out our blog post for the recipe for our Chia Pudding ➜ https://bit.ly/2KkDgIq
The coming of Spring means warmer weather and clearer skies, but for hay fever sufferers it can also mean the triggering of frustrating allergies. Hay fever is a common condition in which the immune system “over reacts” to seasonal changes. Plant pollen and dust irritate the mucus membranes in our respiratory system and cause an allergic reaction. It is important to recognise what triggers your hay fever for better treatment results: to learn more check out our blog post ➜ https://bit.ly/31mn67X
This month is Blue September Prostate Cancer Month, acting as a reminder to encourage your loved ones to have the ever important check-up on their prostate health. Early detection is key; annually around 3,000 New Zealanders are diagnosed with prostate cancer, and an estimated 600 New Zealanders will lose the battle to the disease each year. Raise awareness in your communities, and see the Blue Sepetember website for more details ➜ https://bit.ly/2ZCAy7h
Skin is the human body's largest organ, and can often be an early indicator of health issues that you were previously unaware of. Premature ageing, rosacea, eczema, acne, fungal infections and rashes are all signals that there may be internal deficiencies and imbalances that need correcting. Check out our blog post to learn more about the many ways that your skin is linked to your health ➜ https://bit.ly/2Oriiwt
What's eating at you this winter? Hormonal changes, fluctuations in blood sugar, and thyroid issues all play a part in our mood levels. Any deficiencies in our vital nutrients can have a knock-on effect on the way that we feel. Good nutrition plays a key role in maintaining our mood also. For more information on how your mood is affected by your food choices, see our blog post ➜ https://bit.ly/2Mtlqp4
If you are experiencing regular period pain, you will know all too well the frustration that can occur when normal activities throughout the day are disrupted. In treating period pain (also known as dysmenorrhea) there are a lot natural approaches to help improve, and in many cases completely alleviate the pain and discomfort. To learn more about managing your period pain, take a look at our naturopaths' suggestions in our blog post ➜ https://bit.ly/2yqEegy
Freshen up your lunch routine with our Quinoa and Broccoli Salad. Packed full of healthy vitamins and minerals, broccoli is a nutrient-dense superfood that is linked with reducing the risk of cancer, combatting inflammatry diseases, alongside also improving cardiovascular health. Add this superfood into your diet by following the link to the tasty salad recipe in our blog post ➜ https://bit.ly/2YwLu9q
With the winter months setting in, you might find that you are more prone to catching coughs and colds and other airborne viruses. It can be a good idea to consider a few supplements and dietary changes to help increase your immunity and ward off the winter ills and chills naturally. By following the steps in our blog post, you will be on the fast track to a healthier winter! ➜ https://bit.ly/2FA3Qf4
Gut health is an important part of wellbeing for everyone! The system known as the gastro-intestinal tract (GIT) covers an extensive part of your body, and contains blood vessels, nerve endings, mucosal tissue, muscle tissue, exocrine glands and additional accessory organs (gall bladder, liver, pancreas). Check out our blog post to learn how you can keep your gut in good health ➜ http://bit.ly/guthealthhmc
Treat yourself (in moderation) with our superfood-packed Chocolate Coconut Truffles. Delicious, easy and snack-sized, they make the perfect pick-me-up when you're running out of steam and need an energy boost as you go about your day. Check out the recipe in our blog post ➜ http://bit.ly/chocolatetruffleshmc
Do you need to straighten out some issues with your posture? It might be affecting your health more than you realise. If you believe that your posture is contributing to a problem, or if you simply want to try to improve your posture, here are some tips that may help get you sitting or standing a little more comfortably ➜ https://bit.ly/2YAMrdd
Looking after your head is just as important as looking after your body in achieving optimal health. How are you reaching your goals and realising your dreams? Check out our blog post for eleven tips on making your dreams happen ➜ https://bit.ly/2W6KFml
This week is Coeliac Awareness Week. Coeliac disease causes an autoimmune response to gluten that can lead to painful and debilitating life-long symptoms, but cutting gluten out of your diet doesn't mean you need to cut out tasty meals! Check out our 2-ingredient banana pancakes for a delicious, gluten-free option for your next morning brunch. See the recipe in our blog post ➜ https://bit.ly/2GQA3OP
Making changes to lifestyle and diet is the most important form of treatment in the prevention and management of type 2 diabetes. Learn how you can help manage diabetes through making postive choices in our blog post ➜ https://bit.ly/2YvSrDI
One thing you can expect when you are expecting is the need for a vitamin and mineral rich diet. Babies need some key nutrients for their healthy development especially for the healthy growth and development of the brain and nervous system. If you're pregnant and want to learn more about how you can use your diet to support the growth of your baby, then check out our blog post on nutrition for conception and pregnancy ➜ https://bit.ly/2V691Nr
Take a minute to observe what your breathing habits are - you might be surprised by what you notice! Anxious people often breathe in their upper chest, using short, shallow breaths, rather than breathing into their lower chest; this upper chest breathing mimics the rapid shallow breath that we switch on in stressful situations and can further trigger anxiety symptoms. Throughout today, try to actively use gentle, lower chest breathing to utilise your diaphragm muscle and turn off your stress response – helping you to feel calmer and focused. See more tips on managing anxiety naturally over on our blog post ➜ https://bit.ly/2vtSqnB
Keep your lunches fresh, bright and easy with our Veggie Snack Wraps. All you need are some nori sheets, a selection of your favourite veggies and a protein source and you have a nutrient-dense snack ready to go! Check out our recipe for Veggie Snack Wraps in our blog post ➜ http://bit.ly/vegiesnackwraps
Counting sheep might work for some, but insomnia still afflicts an estimated 13% of the population in New Zealand. If you are having trouble getting a good night's sleep, it might be worth considering the addition of a good magnesium supplement before bed into your daily routine. Magnesium works by easing muscle tension and relaxing the nervous system, alongside assisting in the production of melatonin. If you are ready to try something new in your sleep routine, take a look at our blog post on insomnia ➜ https://bit.ly/2UJYwz5
holisticmedicalcentre.co.nz January 31, 2013 by Holistic Medical Centre Insomnia We have written about solutions to sleep problems in the past and I have outlined these below. There is, however, an exciting new development for those of you who use a computer after dark. It all starts with the nature of light and a hormone call...
Struggling to keep your energy levels up as we move into cooler weather? Try our Energy Dense Smoothie. High in fibre, omega 3’s, vitamins and minerals, it won't just give you an energy boost but it will help improve your gut health as well! For the perfect Autumn snack, check out the recipe on our blog ➜ http://bit.ly/energydensesmoothie
A day of remembrance, gratitude and celebration.
We hope everyone has had a wonderful Easter break! If all the treat have got the better of you this past weekend and feel the need for kick-starting some healthy eating, we've put together some pointers for getting back to the basics of a healthy diet.
holisticmedicalcentre.co.nz We live in a country where healthy food choices are in abundance. It's not surprising that many of us feel confused by what we should, or shouldn't, eat.
The busyness of 21st-century life can have a big impact on our hormone balance – leading to mood swings, sleepless nights and not feeling quite right! Check out our naturopath’s blog on what causes hormone imbalances and what you can do to restore balance naturally this coming holiday season ➜ http://bit.ly/hormonebalancehmc
Many women in their early 40s can be surprised to experience menopausal-type symptom earlier than expected. This may be perimenopause – a time when the ovaries gradually begin to make less estrogen. Discover more about this transition and some diet and lifestyle tips to help navigate it on our blog ➜ http://bit.ly/hmcperimenopause
Did you know that a person can lose up to 90% of their kidney function before experiencing any symptoms? As today is World Kidney Day, find out the many ways you can look after yours, including increasing physical activity, reducing salt intake and increasing the amount of physical activity that you do ➜ http://bit.ly/kidneyshmc
The summer months are a wonderful time of year, but they can take their toll on our skin – with sea water, chlorine, too much sun and alcohol all having a negative effect on our complexion. Discover the nutrients and products that will help get your skin back to tip-top condition ➜ http://bit.ly/holisticskinhealth
In today’s non-stop world, it’s not unusual to feel exhausted. It has become increasingly easy to write this off as just a result of just being ‘busy’. The truth is, exhaustion can be a result of physical or emotional stressors. Discover the process of how we would check out your exhaustion levels and some tips to get you on the right track on our blog ➜ http://bit.ly/hmcfatigue
Seven tips for relieving period pain relief! Our naturopaths have put together their tips for reducing period pain cramps ➜ http://bit.ly/hmcperiodpain
The herbal medicine ashwaganda is one of our most prescribed herbal remedies for fatigue and stress. Get to know the benefits of the herb on our website ➜ http://bit.ly/ashwaganada
Make 15 minute consultations a thing of the past. At the Holistic Medical Centre, we believe in taking time to understand your health concerns, so we can better resolve them. From comprehensive health checks to naturopath consultations and IV infusions, learn about how we can help on our website ➜ http://holisticmedicalcentre.co.nz/services/
Looking for a light summer dinner or a quick lunch to take to work? Our fresh vege wraps are packed full of goodness and super simple to whip up ➜ http://bit.ly/hmcsnackwraps
Happy Valentine's Day!
Today marks a celebration of love but it can also be a reminder to make healthy choices part of everyday life for you and your loved ones.
If you forgot to spoil your loved one, stop by the centre to pick up pretty glass drink bottles, tea flasks, sunscreen and skincare products.
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We are professionally registered Beauticians and Acupuncturists, dedicated to relieving clients from urban stress, pollution, and sub-healthy symptoms.
1.musculoskeletal pain clinic-Spine,Joints,Posture 2.BeautyTherapy-Skin,Hemiplegia,Obesity,Acne,Wrinkes 3.Immunsytem Enhance 4.Women Disease
Amazing massage is amazing. If you tried the rest, come to the best. Plus best acupuncturist and herbs.
Welcome to Secret Retreat Acupuncture & Beauty Medical Clinic base in the center area of Henderson, Auckland. An extensive treatment menu to choose from and friendly qualified staffs are ready to care for you!
Wellbeing belongs to everyone, to support you, we do seriously!
We can help you to move better, think more freely and finally kiss lingering aches and pain goodbye. It’s what we're here for and what we love to do.
Natural therapy for animals which re-establishes harmony by removing stagnation and blockages of energy in the body. Acupuncture works with the 5 Elements - Fire, Earth, Metal, Water, Wood and the feminine and masculine energies (Yin/Yang)
NZRA Registered Acupuncturist and ACC Health Service Provider. Adhere to strict medical guidelines and protocols around safe needling practices. Safely heal from injury or holistic body unbalance by Traditional Chinese Medical (TCM).
We have been operating on 'Medical Mile' Newmarket since 2000. Physio8 is dedicated to providing the best possible hands on manual physiotherapy.
Acupuncture / Herbal Medicine / Cupping / Moxibustion
Practicing since 1998 in Auckland Li uses a variety of modalities to aid your healing. ACC registered with a degree in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture BHS
Providing sports, relaxation, acupressure and PNF stretching techniques to free up muscle tension and promote general and physical well-being. Subject to availability.