Tag Archives: health coaching

08 Mar 2024

Long term chronic stress and the effect on our allostatic load

Allostatic load is a term we are going to hear a lot more about in the future. It is used in the field of psychology and medicine to describe the cumulative wear and tear on the body as a result of chronic stress. It refers to the physiological consequences of chronic exposure to stressors, which can lead to a range of negative health outcomes. The concept of allostatic load highlights the interconnectedness of the mind and body, emphasizing the impact of psychological stress on physical health.

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15 Jan 2024

SMART GOALS for 2024

I’m sure many of us have set new and exciting goals for 2024. Often we set these goals with our rose tinted glasses on. We might overestimate our ability to achieve them, or we might not have fully thought out how exactly we will achieve them. Using a SMART approach to goal setting can help us to work out if our goals are actually achievable or not, and to develop an action plan for how we will achieve them.

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09 Jan 2024


In today’s fast-paced and constantly connected world, finding moments of stillness can be a challenge. However, creating space for silence is not only beneficial for our mental and emotional well-being, it also allows us to cultivate mindfulness and deepen our meditation practice. Whether it’s through creating a physical space in our home or incorporating moments of stillness into our daily routines, finding silence can have a profound impact on our overall sense of calm and clarity.

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26 May 2023

‘The Right Advice’

This year’s theme for Exercise Right Week is ‘The Right Advice’, where Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) are promoting the importance of ‘seeking individualised and territory-qualified health professionals’ to provide advice upon your exercise and health care. Exercise Right Week runs from the 22nd of May until the 28th of May, and essentially aims to provide Australians with an understanding of the benefits of exercise and ‘where to get the right advice’.

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