October 2014 archive

7 Steps to Optimum Energy and Well-being

Step No 1: Take a Concurrent Integral (Multi-factorial) Approach Many people approach optimum energy in a piece-meal way, looking for single one-shot approaches, or focusing on one theory of imbalance only and thus don’t get the best out of their health strategy for well-being. Optimising energy is similar to the way a plant or seed […]

The Art of Activity Pacing

Recommendations for Activity Pacing If you are “stressed,’ “burnt out” or suffering from more serious chronic fatigue, avoiding patterns of “boom and bust” with your physical (and emotional) activity is critical for returning to optimum energy. You can be doing too much – equally, it’s not good to be doing to little either, as is […]