This podcast is both informative and uplifting, with Deb Winchester, yoga and mindfulness teacher, sharing strategies we can all try, to combat hot flushes, sleeplessness, anxiety and stress and to live our lives more mindfully.
Hot flushes and night sweats are two of the most common and more visible symptoms of menopause which can start in perimenopause and sometimes last for years if not addressed. Seventy-five per cent of women are affected, so if you’re one of the 75 per cent, or you want to support a woman who is, then read on …
In celebration of World Menopause Day, this Sunday October 18th, here’s a ‘tasty teaser’ of my brand-new monthly column!
It’s widely known there’s a ‘current crisis affecting the supply of teachers and leaders in English schools.’2 There are many reasons for this. Interestingly, one of the key issues is that while there is a huge focus on recruiting teachers, schools place little emphasis on retaining them.
If we have ambitions for our next generation, surely it must be a priority to swiftly implement and improve retention strategies?
Talking is often the first step to recovery, but many of us may feel we are failing if we admit to feeling low, depressed, or anxious.