We often think of summer as a carefree time that's relaxed and fun. But one study has found that women often have high cortisol levels during the summer months compared to winter. If you’re implementing Hygge in your daily life in the winter, the contentment and happiness it brings can suddenly disappear as summer approaches. But if you’re also maintaining wellness rituals that help you stay mentally and physically well over the summer, it can be a truly idyllic time of year.
The past year has taken a big toll on our mental health and wellbeing and it’s more important than ever to prioritise it. With this week being Mental Health Awareness Week, we wanted to share some tips for maintaining good health throughout the year.
The warmer weather can give you a mental and physical boost and it’s a great time to step up your self-care efforts.
This summer is quite different for many of us, with holidays being cancelled and the uncertainty of what happens next, so we wanted to highlight some summer wellness tips to feel gorgeous and healthy at home.
If you’ve been struggling with painful periods or PMS during your menstrual cycle, you might be used to taking medications to help you cope. This can make things more comfortable but it doesn’t address the main reasons why you’re suffering.
During this current climate, supplies might become sparse, and you might find yourself worrying about your cycle. Read our reassuring tips to help you have a better period, naturally.