Finally, the season of runny noses, colds and flues has arrived! Children and adults with compromised immune systems have already been busy sneezing and coughing. Some people say that this is entirely normal behaviour for this time of the year, I, however, disagree with such an opinion. It is never “normal” for either our … Continue reading PREPARE YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM FOR THE WINTER SEASON
I am sure you have noticed that our days have been getting shorter and that we now experience far less sun light exposure. At this time of year lots of people start to undergo a form of seasonal blues, lack of energy and emotional slumps. People who are especially sensitive to such changes of environment … Continue reading SET YOUR INTERNAL CLOCK FOR GREAT WINTER SEASON
It seems that the flu this season has been especially intense and many people I know have found themselves affected. If your influenza lasts 2-3 days, it is absolutely fine – simply a good boost to your immune system. However, if it lasts 2-3 weeks and possibly has some side effects, such as bacterial infection, … Continue reading Flu Season – Lesson to learn!
As a mother of a child with autism, how often do you witness your child experiencing an outburst where he shouts, screams and cries or where he kicks, bites and lashes out or maybe even everything at once? What comes to mind when your child reaches the point where you can no longer control his … Continue reading DO YOU DREAM OF A MELTDOWN FREE DAY? – Three Steps For Mothers of Children With Autism to Achieve This Dream
Guess what, the exciting holiday season is approaching! But, at the same time, the season of being ill and unwell is also knocking on our doors! However, nobody wants to be sick during the festive period! We all dream of the great company of healthy loved ones, of having lots of fun and experiencing lots … Continue reading FLU SEASON OR FESTIVE SEASON – WHICH ONE DO YOU PREFER?