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Managing Stress

2Oct

  Deadlines. Bills. Money problems. Chores. Family responsibilities. Relationship challenges. Work issues. Politics. Drama. STRESS. TOO MUCH STRESS. Does this sound familiar? Of course it does. Statistics from the APA even show how stressed we are. Forty four percent of … Continue reading

  

The Balancing Act: Finding the Sweet Spot Between Work and Life

10Sep

Work-life-balance Teyhou Smyth

When you conjure up images of being a success at work, what do you picture in your mind’s eye? If you imagined long hours at the workplace late into evening, slaving over tasks that can’t possibly wait until tomorrow, you … Continue reading

  

Letting it go.

24Aug

’I give myself permission to feel whatever feelings live below the triggers’- Gabrielle Bernstein. Well hello there, and who may this be you may ask? It’s been three years since I last posted. Let me introduce myself. I’m Saz, I’m … Continue reading

  

This week in health – 24/08/2018

24Aug

With another week coming to a close, talkhealth are back with another round-up of the weekly news. This week we will be looking at a range of different news stories in the world of health, including drinking levels, prostate treatment, … Continue reading

  

This week in health – 15/06/2018

15Jun

As another week comes to a close, here at talkhealth we’ve rounded up all of the top news stories from the week in the world of health. From Professor Green talking about depression and the impact of loneliness through to … Continue reading

  

#ThinkHand campaign could be a game-changer

1Apr

I feel like Thursday 22nd February 2018 is going to be one of those days when in years to come I’ll look back and know that I was part of what will hopefully be a game-changer in the world of … Continue reading

  

Vitamin B3 found in Marmite linked with preventing miscarriages

1Nov

You may remember a few months ago the much hyped headline which stated that Marmite may be the key to preventing miscarriages and birth defects. Newspapers around the country jumped on the story branding it the new miracle cure. Results … Continue reading

  

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

4Oct

Childbirth is one of the most wonderful miracles in the world and thanks to an army of incredible midwives, doctors and nurses, the experience can be exhilarating. Despite the adrenaline and excitement that comes with giving birth, there are several … Continue reading

  

Jo’s trust #smearforsmear campaign

20Jan

Jo’s trust is the only UK charity which dedicates itself to women affected by cervical cancer and cervical abnormalities. Every year, Jo’s trust campaigns for women to be increasingly aware of the symptoms of cervical cancer and the need to … Continue reading

  

Rosacea – A Day in the Life of

5Aug

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Sarah Jagger, Celebrity makeup artist and rosacea sufferer, recently embarked on a venture which aimed to shed new light on the struggles those with rosacea will experience day to day. As a part of Galderma’s ‘Experience my Rosacea’ campaign, Sarah … Continue reading

  

Hormone Hell

20Aug

It’s been a while since I posted and the reason for this is that around a year after my surgery all my symptoms came back with a vengeance and I am fighting hard to regain control of them. Sometimes, on … Continue reading

  

Sunsets and reaching 30! 

11Jun

‘Every sunset gives us one day less to live but every sunrise gives us one more day to hope, So always hope for the best’ – Anon.  9th April 2015. That was the last day I blogged. It was the … Continue reading

  

Should Boys be Vacccinated against HPV?

8Jun

Doctor giving a woman a vaccination

As today marks the start of talkhealth’s online clinic on Sexual Health, I thought it appropriate to write about the most common form of sexually transmitted disease (STD) in the UK. Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is very common. There are over … Continue reading

  

A little word called hope.. 

8Apr

‘Pain is real, it comes, it goes but hope is just around the corner’- Sarah Dryden.  As I sit in a world of wonder I look and see what is around me. Whether it be the Epilepsy or anything else … Continue reading

  

Heroes. 

8Mar

‘She needed a hero so that’s what she became’- Anon.  When you think of superheroes who do you automatically think of? Batman or superman? What about wonder woman do we ever think of her?  I know we should include her … Continue reading

  

The Invisibility Cloak

19Feb

I didn’t gain weight accidentally.  I didnt gain weight because I simply couldn’t resist the chocolate or couln’t be bothered to exercise. I didn’t gain weight by having my four children. It didn’t creep up on me.  I gained weight … Continue reading

  

The trust factor.

30Jan

Learn to trust the journey, even when you do not understand it- Anon. Trust. What’s all that about? Why when that certain word is mentioned do we tend to go into that corner where you don’t know who to trust. … Continue reading

  

Broken Crayons.

17Dec

“Broken crayons still colour”- Anon. I’ve chosen this quote for one reason and that’s because life is made of obstacles. As you can probably see from my last post it’s been a while since I’ve blogged this is purely down … Continue reading

  

Broken Crayons.

17Dec

“Broken crayons still colour”- Anon. I’ve chosen this quote for one reason and that’s because life is made of obstacles. As you can probably see from my last post it’s been a while since I’ve blogged this is purely down … Continue reading

  

Average or Awesome?

23Nov

“I’m not here to be average, I’m here to be awesome”- Anon. Before I even begin I have to apologise for my lateness in writing a blog post. After numerous issues surrounding health I thought I would get my arse … Continue reading

  

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