Dubbed the “evil twin” of PMS, Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) is a largely understudied and misunderstood condition affecting approximately 5% of the menstruating population today.
Just like with other mental health disorders, the good news is that there is help and hope out there for the women who are impacted.
While there is no“one-size-fits-all” approach when it comes to managing PMDD, there are ways to help manage or alleviate some of the symptoms through lifestyle changes such as diet, exercise & supplements and via seeking help from professionals and those around you.
How we start our day is important. It sets the tone for what’s to follow.
A good morning routine can positively influence your attitude, energy level, and performance throughout the day. Which is why it can be important to invest time into getting it right.
To help restore some calm to your day, we’ve put together a step by step list of things that can be used to build a fuss-free morning routine.
Knowing how hardworking our immune system is, it’s important that we protect it like the precious commodity it is.
There’s no one fool-proof way to keep your immune system in top shape. It’s a complex system that requires a number of factors for it to operate efficiently. However, at Vitropics we believe that healthy habits can equal a healthier immune system.
With this in mind, we’ve put together a short guide below with tips on how you can help boost, support and maintain a healthy immune system.
Alone we have power but there is a bigger impact in collective action and in community. Today, women are more revved up and connected to each other than ever before and that is pretty exciting!
Below are 10 ways we can all actively support fellow women on a daily basis in every single part of their lives, including everything from work to motherhood to emotional well-being and beyond!
Doctors get it. Moms get it. Influencers get it.
In today’s fast-paced world of expanding work hours, productivity shaming and an “always-on” culture, burnout isn’t selective with who it devours.
Appearing “busy” at all times is now seen as a good thing and those juggling a multitude of tasks at once are considered admirable.
In 2015, 60% of work absenteeism in Ireland was related to stress and a staggering 75%- 90% of GP visits today involve patients reporting high levels of anxiety.
With the rapid rise in employee wellbeing programmes and a culture obsessed with mindfulness, why are we still experiencing such a high percentage of burnout?