PreviousNext
How to get the most out of your reading experience?
Scroll to read the article
Swipe to navigate
between articles
Got it

Team Bee Tips

Menoforce® Sage tablets A traditional herbal medicinal product used for the relief of excessive sweating associated with menopausal hot flushes, including night sweats exclusively based upon long-standing use as a traditional remedy.
Always read the leaflet.
Most of us are thrilled to feel the warmth of the sun on our skin once more. If, however, you are already overheating randomly and distressingly, the extra heat may not fill you with delight. Who needs a hot summer’s night when you’re already at boiling point? Many of the women who do my 7 Day to a Better Menopause programme, talk to me about the way in which hot flushes and night sweats destroy not just their night’s rest but also their peace of mind.

I nearly always recommend Menoforce Sage extract, which is indicated for menopausal hot flushes and night sweats. The added benefit here is that Sage extract doesn’t affect hormone levels, so you can take it instead of a hormonal remedy, if your medical history means you can’t follow the oestrogenic supplement route. You can also take it alongside an oestrogenic supplement or HRT, if the issue isn’t your medical history but more that your chosen remedy isn’t quite hitting that hot spot.

As Sage is also suitable to
take alongside thyroid
medication, heart medication,
and hormonal contraceptives,
it’s a night-saver for many hot
and bothered women.
Whilst the warmer months bring the possibilities of outdoor time and more connections with friends, not everyone will find summer lightens their anxieties or dissipates nervous tension. Harness some simple strategies to calm your body and mind.

Doing rhythmical movements is very soothing. Kneading bread, chopping a big pile of veg, walking to a regular beat (nothing too fast!): all these will harness your brain in an active but soothing way, that calms nervous tension.

Rocking in a rocking chair or swinging gently on a swing will have a similarly reassuring effect. Listening to chanting music is comforting for many because of its rhythm, and the resonance of human voices blending harmoniously together.

Calming herbs can be taken in place of nerve twanging caffeine. Lemon Balm is a favourite, or Lemon Verbena, and both of these can be grown on your window sill in small
pots if you like your tea freshly
picked! The aroma of the
leaves themselves is wonderful
if you gently rub them between
your fingers.

Find Lemon Balm in our
Passiflora Complex Spray,
which is very handy for taking
around with you when dealing
with the outside world.
It’s not all plain sailing for our immune system when the winter has passed. Firstly, there’s all the pollen to battle through. Then, there are summer holidays to far flung places that harbour pathogens our bodies have never encountered before, necessitating an efficient immune response. A few late nights up partying, and a few stressful moments battling the harassments of travel and the vicissitudes of the holiday weather, and our immune function takes another hit. Even the holiday food may affect us, as our digestive system needs to be working properly to ensure our immune cells are happy and fully functional – loads of them hang out in our gut, so it needs to be a healthy place.

I always take my Echinaforce Throat Spray and Chewable tablets with me when travelling, partly because I’ll be meeting lots more people than usual and possibly coming across bugs I’m not used to; and partly because I like to support my immune system if I’m not getting as much sleep or as good a diet as usual.

Something I recommend for
clients with sensitive
stomachs is to pack a
few sachets of Silicol
gel, which will settle an
upset tummy super-fast.
As the nights get shorter and the hours of light longer, many of us find the urge to seek sleep diminishes. It’s natural to feel less like an early night when the sun is still doing its bright and cheery thing up in the sky, and all around us is the hum of human activity. It may well be that you feel you don’t need as much sleep in the summer, but actually your body still needs sufficient time to do all its repair and restoration work, so it’s worth working a little at ensuring you stay on sleep schedule.

Get out into the daylight in the morning, as this will stimulate your production of the sleepy hormone, melatonin, in the evening. (You need real daylight on your face for this, not just through a window.)

Block daylight from your bedroom in the evening with blackout curtains, and remove all sources of electronic light. Ensure your bedroom is cool, too, as your body temperature needs to drop a little to allow you to drift into sleep. You lose heat easily through hands, feet and head, so don’t cover these up if you are overheating during summer nights.

Human brain activity tends to be greater in the lighter months, so you may find it harder to drop off to sleep due to whirring
wheels of thought in your
head. Take a vitamin
B complex and some
extra magnesium to
quieten your thoughts, and
try some Passiflora Complex
tablets. Dormeasan Sleep
drops will also help if you
need to reset a healthier
sleep pattern.
THIS SUMMER……
EDITOR:
Alison Cullen
PHOTOGRAPHY & ILLUSTRATION:
A.Vogel Picturepark & iStockphoto
DESIGN:
Jade Martin
PRINTED & PUBLISHED BY:
KennedySmith (Press) Ltd 2 Brewster Place, Irvine KA11 5DD

It is strictly forbidden to reproduce Healthy Way in full or in part without the written authorisation of the publisher.
WARNING: This document in no way precludes the necessity of a diagnosis from a health practitioner.
Most of us are thrilled to feel the warmth of the sun on our skin once more. If, however, you are already overheating randomly and distressingly, the extra heat may not fill you with delight. Who needs a hot summer’s night when you’re already at boiling point? Many of the women who do my 7 Day to a Better Menopause programme, talk to me about the way in which hot flushes and night sweats destroy not just their night’s rest but also their peace of mind.

I nearly always recommend Menoforce Sage extract, which is indicated for menopausal hot flushes and night sweats. The added benefit here is that Sage extract doesn’t affect hormone levels, so you can take it instead of a hormonal remedy, if your medical history means you can’t follow the oestrogenic supplement route. You can also take it alongside an oestrogenic supplement or HRT, if the issue isn’t your medical history but more that your chosen remedy isn’t quite hitting that hot spot.

As Sage is also
suitable to take
alongside thyroid
medication, heart
medication,
and hormonal contraceptives,
it’s a night-saver for many hot
and bothered women.
Menoforce® Sage tablets A traditional herbal medicinal product used for the relief of excessive sweating associated with menopausal hot flushes, including night sweats exclusively based upon long-standing use as a traditional remedy.
Always read the leaflet.
Whilst the warmer months bring the possibilities of outdoor time and more connections with friends, not everyone will find summer lightens their anxieties or dissipates nervous tension. Harness some simple strategies to calm your body and mind.

Doing rhythmical movements is very soothing. Kneading bread, chopping a big pile of veg, walking to a regular beat (nothing too fast!): all these will harness your brain in an active but soothing way, that calms nervous tension.

Rocking in a rocking chair or swinging gently on a swing will have a similarly reassuring effect. Listening to chanting music is comforting for many because of its rhythm, and the resonance of human voices blending harmoniously together.

Calming herbs can be taken in place of nerve twanging caffeine. Lemon Balm is a favourite, or Lemon Verbena, and both of these can be grown on your window sill in small pots if you like your tea freshly picked! The aroma of the leaves themselves is wonderful if you gently rub them between your fingers.

Find Lemon Balm in our
Passiflora Complex Spray,
which is very handy for
taking around with you
when dealing with the
outside world.
It’s not all plain sailing for our immune system when the winter has passed. Firstly, there’s all the pollen to battle through. Then, there are summer holidays to far flung places that harbour pathogens our bodies have never encountered before, necessitating an efficient immune response. A few late nights up partying, and a few stressful moments battling the harassments of travel and the vicissitudes of the holiday weather, and our immune function takes another hit. Even the holiday food may affect us, as our digestive system needs to be working properly to ensure our immune cells are happy and fully functional – loads of them hang out in our gut, so it needs to be a healthy place.

I always take my Echinaforce Throat Spray and Chewable tablets with me when travelling, partly because I’ll be meeting lots more people than usual and possibly coming across bugs I’m not used to; and partly because I like to support my immune system if I’m not getting as much sleep or as good a diet as usual.

Something I
recommend for
clients with sensitive
stomachs is to pack
a few sachets of
Silicol gel, which will settle an upset tummy super-fast.
As the nights get shorter and the hours of light longer, many of us find the urge to seek sleep diminishes. It’s natural to feel less like an early night when the sun is still doing its bright and cheery thing up in the sky, and all around us is the hum of human activity. It may well be that you feel you don’t need as much sleep in the summer, but actually your body still needs sufficient time to do all its repair and restoration work, so it’s worth working a little at ensuring you stay on sleep schedule.

Get out into the daylight in the morning, as this will stimulate your production of the sleepy hormone, melatonin, in the evening. (You need real daylight on your face for this, not just through a window.)

Block daylight from your bedroom in the evening with blackout curtains, and remove all sources of electronic light. Ensure your bedroom is cool, too, as your body temperature needs to drop a little to allow you to drift into sleep. You lose heat easily through hands, feet and head, so don’t cover these up if you are overheating during summer nights.

Human brain activity tends to be greater in the lighter months, so you may find it harder to drop off to sleep due to whirring wheels of thought in your head. Take a vitamin B complex and some extra magnesium to quieten
your thoughts, and try
some Passiflora
Complex tablets.
Dormeasan Sleep
drops will also help
if you need to reset
a healthier sleep pattern.
EDITOR:
Alison Cullen
PHOTOGRAPHY & ILLUSTRATION:
A.Vogel Picturepark & iStockphoto
DESIGN:
Jade Martin
PRINTED & PUBLISHED BY:
KennedySmith (Press) Ltd 2 Brewster Place, Irvine KA11 5DD

It is strictly forbidden to reproduce Healthy Way in full or in part without
the written authorisation of the publisher.
WARNING: This document in no way precludes the necessity
of a diagnosis from a health practitioner.
THIS SUMMER……
THIS SUMMER……
Most of us are thrilled to feel the warmth of the sun on our skin once more. If, however, you are already overheating randomly and distressingly, the extra heat may not fill you with delight. Who needs a hot summer’s night when you’re already at boiling point? Many of the women who do my 7 Day to a Better Menopause programme, talk to me about the way in which hot flushes and night sweats destroy not just their night’s rest but also their peace of mind.

I nearly always recommend Menoforce Sage extract, which is indicated for menopausal hot flushes and night sweats. The added benefit here is that Sage extract doesn’t affect hormone levels, so you can take it instead of a hormonal remedy, if your medical history means you can’t follow the oestrogenic supplement route. You can also take it alongside an oestrogenic supplement or HRT, if the issue isn’t your medical history but more that your chosen remedy isn’t quite hitting that hot spot.

As Sage is also suitable to
take alongside thyroid
medication, heart medication,
and hormonal contraceptives,
it’s a night-saver for many hot
and bothered women.
Menoforce® Sage tablets A traditional herbal medicinal product used for the relief of excessive sweating associated with menopausal hot flushes, including night sweats exclusively based upon long-standing use as a traditional remedy.
Always read the leaflet.
It’s not all plain sailing for our immune system when the winter has passed. Firstly, there’s all the pollen to battle through. Then, there are summer holidays to far flung places that harbour pathogens our bodies have never encountered before, necessitating an efficient immune response. A few late nights up partying, and a few stressful moments battling the harassments of travel and the vicissitudes of the holiday weather, and our immune function takes another hit. Even the holiday food may affect us, as our digestive system needs to be working properly to ensure our immune cells are happy and fully functional – loads of them hang out in our gut, so it needs to be a healthy place.

I always take my Echinaforce Throat Spray and Chewable tablets with me when travelling, partly because I’ll be meeting lots more people than usual and possibly coming across bugs I’m not used to; and partly because I like to support my immune system if I’m not getting as much sleep or as good a diet as usual.

Something I recommend
for clients with sensitive
stomachs is to pack a few
sachets of Silicol gel,
which will settle an upset
tummy super-fast.
Whilst the warmer months bring the possibilities of outdoor time and more connections with friends, not everyone will find summer lightens their anxieties or dissipates nervous tension. Harness some simple strategies to calm your body and mind.

Doing rhythmical movements is very soothing. Kneading bread, chopping a big pile of veg, walking to a regular beat (nothing too fast!): all these will harness your brain in an active but soothing way, that calms nervous tension.

Rocking in a rocking chair or swinging gently on a swing will have a similarly reassuring effect. Listening to chanting music is comforting for many because of its rhythm, and the resonance of human voices blending harmoniously together.

Calming herbs can be taken in place of nerve twanging caffeine. Lemon Balm is a favourite, or Lemon Verbena, and both of these can be grown on your window sill in small
pots if you like your tea
freshly picked! The aroma of
the leaves themselves is
wonderful if you gently rub
them between your fingers.

Find Lemon Balm in our
Passiflora Complex Spray,
which is very handy for taking
around with you when dealing
with the outside world.
As the nights get shorter and the hours of light longer, many of us find the urge to seek sleep diminishes. It’s natural to feel less like an early night when the sun is still doing its bright and cheery thing up in the sky, and all around us is the hum of human activity. It may well be that you feel you don’t need as much sleep in the summer, but actually your body still needs sufficient time to do all its repair and restoration work, so it’s worth working a little at ensuring you stay on sleep schedule.

Get out into the daylight in the morning, as this will stimulate your production of the sleepy hormone, melatonin, in the evening. (You need real daylight on your face for this, not just through a window.)

Block daylight from your bedroom in the evening with blackout curtains, and remove all sources of electronic light. Ensure your bedroom is cool, too, as your body temperature needs to drop a little to allow you to drift into sleep. You lose heat easily through hands, feet and head, so don’t cover these up if you are overheating during summer nights.

Human brain activity tends to be greater in the lighter months, so you may find it
harder to drop off to sleep
due to whirring wheels of
thought in your head. Take
a vitamin B complex and
some extra magnesium to
quieten your thoughts, and
try some Passiflora Complex
tablets. Dormeasan Sleep
drops will also help if you
need to reset a healthier
sleep pattern.
EDITOR:
Alison Cullen
PHOTOGRAPHY & ILLUSTRATION:
A.Vogel Picturepark & iStockphoto
DESIGN:
Jade Martin
PRINTED & PUBLISHED BY:
KennedySmith (Press) Ltd 2 Brewster Place, Irvine KA11 5DD

It is strictly forbidden to reproduce Healthy Way in full or in part without the written authorisation of the publisher.
WARNING: This document in no way precludes the necessity of a diagnosis from a health practitioner.
THIS SUMMER……

Menoforce® Sage tablets A traditional herbal medicinal product used for the relief of excessive sweating associated with menopausal hot flushes, including night sweats exclusively based upon long-standing use as a traditional remedy.
Always read the leaflet.

Most of us are thrilled to feel the warmth of the sun on our skin once more. If, however, you are already overheating randomly and distressingly, the extra heat may not fill you with delight. Who needs a hot summer’s night when you’re already at boiling point? Many of the women who do my 7 Day to a Better Menopause programme, talk to me about the way in which hot flushes and night sweats destroy not just their night’s rest but also their peace of mind.

I nearly always recommend Menoforce Sage extract, which is indicated for menopausal hot flushes and night sweats. The added benefit here is that Sage extract doesn’t affect hormone levels, so you can take it instead of a hormonal remedy, if your medical history means you can’t follow the oestrogenic supplement route. You can also take it alongside an oestrogenic supplement or HRT, if the issue isn’t your medical history but more that your chosen remedy isn’t quite hitting that hot spot.

As Sage is also suitable to take alongside thyroid medication, heart medication, and hormonal contraceptives, it’s a night-saver for many hot and bothered women.
It’s not all plain sailing for our immune system when the winter has passed. Firstly, there’s all the pollen to battle through. Then, there are summer holidays to far flung places that harbour pathogens our bodies have never encountered before, necessitating an efficient immune response. A few late nights up partying, and a few stressful moments battling the harassments of travel and the vicissitudes of the holiday weather, and our immune function takes another hit. Even the holiday food may affect us, as our digestive system needs to be working properly to ensure our immune cells are happy and fully functional – loads of them hang out in our gut, so it needs to be a healthy place.

I always take my Echinaforce Throat Spray and Chewable tablets with me when travelling, partly because I’ll be meeting lots more people than usual and possibly coming across bugs I’m not used to; and partly because I like to support my immune system if I’m not getting as much sleep or as good a diet as usual.

Something I recommend for clients with sensitive stomachs is to pack a few sachets of Silicol gel, which will settle an upset tummy super-fast.
Whilst the warmer months bring the possibilities of outdoor time and more connections with friends, not everyone will find summer lightens their anxieties or dissipates nervous tension. Harness some simple strategies to calm your body and mind.

Doing rhythmical movements is very soothing. Kneading bread, chopping a big pile of veg, walking to a regular beat (nothing too fast!): all these will harness your brain in an active but soothing way, that calms nervous tension.

Rocking in a rocking chair or swinging gently on a swing will have a similarly reassuring effect. Listening to chanting music is comforting for many because of its rhythm, and the resonance of human voices blending harmoniously together.

Calming herbs can be taken in place of nerve twanging caffeine. Lemon Balm is a favourite, or Lemon Verbena, and both of these can be grown on your window sill in small pots if you like your tea freshly picked! The aroma of the leaves themselves is wonderful if you gently rub them between your fingers.

Find Lemon Balm in
our Passiflora Complex
Spray, which is very
handy for taking around
with you when dealing
with the outside world.
As the nights get shorter and the hours of light longer, many of us find the urge to seek sleep diminishes. It’s natural to feel less like an early night when the sun is still doing its bright and cheery thing up in the sky, and all around us is the hum of human activity. It may well be that you feel you don’t need as much sleep in the summer, but actually your body still needs sufficient time to do all its repair and restoration work, so it’s worth working a little at ensuring you stay on sleep schedule.

Get out into the daylight in the morning, as this will stimulate your production of the sleepy hormone, melatonin, in the evening. (You need real daylight on your face for this, not just through a window.)

Block daylight from your bedroom in the evening with blackout curtains, and remove all sources of electronic light. Ensure your bedroom is cool, too, as your body temperature needs to drop a little to allow you to drift into sleep. You lose heat easily through hands, feet and head, so don’t cover these up if you are overheating during summer nights.

Human brain activity tends to be greater in the lighter months, so you may find it harder to drop off to sleep due to whirring wheels of thought in your head. Take a vitamin B complex and some extra magnesium to quieten your thoughts, and try some Passiflora Complex tablets. Dormeasan Sleep drops will also help if you need to reset a healthier sleep pattern.
EDITOR:
Alison Cullen
PHOTOGRAPHY & ILLUSTRATION:
A.Vogel Picturepark & iStockphoto
DESIGN:
Jade Martin
PRINTED & PUBLISHED BY:
KennedySmith (Press) Ltd 2 Brewster Place, Irvine KA11 5DD

It is strictly forbidden to reproduce Healthy Way in full or in part without the written authorisation of the publisher.
WARNING: This document in no way precludes the necessity of a diagnosis from a health practitioner.

Zeen is a next generation WordPress theme. It’s powerful, beautifully designed and comes with everything you need to engage your visitors and increase conversions.

error: Content is protected !!
Download
Team Bee Tips