ADHD in Adults

ADHD is a developmental disorder and mental health condition that affects behaviour and is often thought of as a condition which only affects children. However research suggests that around 4% of adults have this condition, but many are oblivious because it was not recognised in childhood. 

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

ADHD is a developmental disorder and common mental health condition characterised by persistent inattentiveness or restlessness, which can cause significant problems in a person’s life. Such as poor social interaction with others, education or work underachievement, and issues with rules and discipline. ADHD can occur in people of any intellectual ability, although it’s more common… Read More Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

Menstrual health

The onset of menstruation is a physical and emotional event in a female’s reproductive life. Most will have their first period between the ages of 11 and 14, and depending on the type of contraception used, will continue monthly until menopause.

Adaptogens explained

Adaptogens are non-toxic plants (herbs and roots) which can help the body resist physical, chemical or biological stressors. Chinese and Ayurvedic healing traditions have used these herbs and roots for centuries, and they’re having a revival. Turmeric is probably the most popular food adaptogen.

Spinal Stenosis

Spinal stenosis is a common back condition where the nerve roots or the spinal cord become pinched or compressed because the spaces within the spinal canal narrowing. It affects men and women in equal numbers, and around 10% of the UK population is believed to be living with this condition.