We are only a few weeks away from Winter and Adelaide weather is really starting to cool down.
With winter often comes recurrent colds and flu's; some people have already experienced them The problem is when they go on for longer than a week patients report feeling tired and run down, and not really getting back to their well self. Naturopathy focusses on maximising your healthy immune response so you can bounce back quicker. This means less sick days and less days away from school and work.
With the shorter daylight hours and the cooler weather on its way, some people feel the winter blues. Less motivated, eating more comfort food and for some feelings of depression or anxiety. There are nutrients and herbs that can help you maintain momentum even when daylight savings is gone. A consultation with our Naturopaths can keep you at your best through the cooler months.
Lets not forget that a healthy immune system is also a form of defence from the unpleasant symptoms of hayfever, that are bound to affect many people in Spring time. Don't wait till September to do something about it. Dealing with the core issues that affect your health now, will see you looking forward to the warmer months.
At Naturopathic Health, Debra & Paul have had over 23 years clinical experience each.
With a broad range of experience they have helped people with issues such as:
Debra has spent many years helping hundreds of adults and children with different health conditions, she works with people of all ages, from infants all the way through to those lucky ennough to be retired.
Paul has been specialising in complementary oncology, working with people with cancer at various stages of treatment; and general Naturopathic treatments as well.
For over 3 years, both Paul and Debra have been researching the impacts of genetic SNP’s in relation to the way individuals use supplements and foods - an new field known as nutrigenomics. With this research they can inform patients of specific Gene defects such as MTHFR, COMT, NAT2, CYP1A1, CYP1B1, DAOA. Then appropriate lifestyle recommendations can be made. This highly personalised form of medicine helps patients understand which specific foods, or supplements they should be including, or avoiding in their diet. It also may assist in identifying what type of exercise, and diet plan can help a person lose weight.
If you would like to know more about Paul and Debra, simply view Our Practitioners