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August, 24 2023

Stress & Hormones: How to manage cortisol levels for optimal wellbeing

Please note this video is a recording of a live webinar so there may be information not relevant to viewers watching at a later date. 

Key Takeaways

  • Stress is a state of ‘threat’ which can either be acute or chronic
  • Low levels of stress (eustress) can have positive effects on motivation, excitement and performance.
  • High levels of stress (distress) can have negative effects on the body, and that’s when management techniques can be useful
  • When cortisol release is triggered, you feel a sense of alertness as the body diverts energy away from the immune and digestive systems
  • Aerobic exercise is important to build into your daily routine for calming effects on your body
  • Consume a variety of food groups, vitamins and minerals and reduce processed foods to reduce inflammation and boost our overall immune system

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September, 21 2023

Why Diet and Nutrition should be Paired

While there are numerous factors that contribute to a healthy lifestyle, two key pillars stand out as essential components: fitness and nutrition. Often discussed in isolation, the true power lies in the synergy that arises when these two elements come together.

By understanding and embracing the intrinsic connection between these two pillars, we can unlock a host of benefits that contribute to our overall health and quality of life including reduced risk of chronic diseases and mortality, more effective weight management, improved mental wellbeing and sleep.

August, 1 2023

How to Hack your Happy Hormones

Hormones play a key role in regulating our emotions and overall bodily functions including the feeling of happiness. Explore how you can help regulate the key happy hormones: dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin and endorphins.

June, 23 2023

Is it Bad to Oversleep?

Like nutrition and exercise, sleep is another key area in our lives that affects our health both physical and mental/cognitive. As such we should always try and check with ourselves what our sleep pattern looks like and if we are happy with our sleep quality and quantity. For some, just getting enough hours of sleep in doesn’t’ mean it is sufficient for them whereas for others, a smaller amount of sleep might just be enough.