So, we are nearing the end of January – I know how observant of me – many folk dread these introductory months of the year, ending up hibernating until they see the first signs of Spring start to emerge.
Joint aches were one of the first symptoms I started to notice alongside the more common hot flushes and night sweats, but initially I didn’t associate these aches and pains with the menopause. After experiencing months of aching joints, I was actually quite relieved to find out there was another reason I often felt like […]
Well it was only a matter of time before I got round to writing about the ‘V’ word, long overdue I know, but it’s hard to prioritise topics with the menopause, there are so many symptoms…this is however always on the top of my agenda when running the workshops as it has to be the […]
I was fortunate enough to recently meet Jackie Montgomery, the lead physiotherapist in obstetrics, gynaecology and pelvic floor services at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow, when she spoke at one of the BMS seminars. Her talk was so inspirational, true to life and packed full with not only the most up to date […]
Your pelvic floor ladies … it’s time to address these poor old muscles … no it really is ! I have a theory, the more women I meet, what you can’t see you tend to ignore – true?! So here’s a simple diagram to make you realise how important your pelvic floor is and why […]
What a fantastic view ……. if you can’t manage to get to the beach any time soon, close you eyes, breath deeply and imagine you are there, then try one of our next tips to aim for overall health and well being……