We all worry a lot about our Calcium, Vitamin D and Vitamin C levels. But have you paid attention to the Magnesium levels in your body? Often overlooked in our diets, magnesium is a key mineral that keeps numerous bodily functions under check. Read on to know the signs you may be running low on Magnesium and how you can increase its intake.
Therapy can be incredibly helpful if you are going through a tough time or need support in overcoming a past trauma. But people are often reluctant to seek help either because they can't identify the signs or feel their issue isn't 'big enough'.
PCOS can seem unmanageable since it isn’t a one size fits all diagnosis. Its symptoms present itself in different ways for different people. In this blog, we break down the different types of PCOS, it's causes and symptoms and the best routes to manage each.
Remember that intense leg day which made sitting and climbing stairs difficult? Or the day after an upper body workout when you struggled to put on your t-shirt? That feeling of ‘pain’ or ‘discomfort’ which makes moving slightly difficult is what DOMS is.
Are you often harsh on yourself even for the smallest misstep? Afraid of trying new things for fear of failing? Then perhaps you’re letting your inner self critic take over. Read on to see how you can manage these feelings in a healthy way.
The internet is choc-a-bloc with information on Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), hormonal imbalances, and ways in which exercise can impact the same. The problem, however, is that it’s hard to know which information you can trust.