Thoughts on the Mind

Hi folks, I spotted something in the news this week that I wanted to bring your attention to. And that is the link between obesity and cancer. I read about this again this week in on the BBC and It struck me that this might be one way to motivate yourself or a family member to take better care of themselves. According to the article, which takes its findings from a 1996-2014 study by the American Cancer Society and published in the Lancet Public Health, found that cancer rates increased in line with the obesity of an individual. “Research suggests bowel cancer, womb cancer, oesophagealRead More →

This weeks thought is based around some ways to beat anxiety or stress. There are many ways you can help yourself through a stressful time in your life… You can use St Johns Wort that, according to research, increases the activity of brain chemicals such as serotonin and noradrenaline that are thought to play an important part in regulating our mood. Or you could go down the route of Cannabidiol, or CBD, which is one of the cannabinoids naturally found in Cannabis Sativa L. CBD has no psychoactive properties, is completely legal, and when isolated, can have a multitude of benefits including helping with anxiety,Read More →

Hi everybody, how are your new year’s resolutions going? Its the second full week of January and statistically you will either be smashing it and progressing nicely with your new year’s resolutions or, and sadly this is more likely, you will be flagging or have given up already. But there is no need to get down and give up on your goals just try approaching them from a different angle. In my blog post “How to set realistic new year’s resolutions and goals” I discuss how to get the best result from your goals… “Think in terms of small manageable changes.” 1 It must attachRead More →