Sleep is a nature’s mechanism to restart your body. It is a process that fuels your body while you put your mind and body to rest. Many of us fail to recognise that we are suffering from a sleep disorder. Feelings of tiredness during the day even though you feel that you slept during the…

In this era of technological proliferation a laid-back lifestyle has engulfed much of Australia’s population. With the cases of obesity rising to an astounding figure of 67.4% in Australia as reported by World Health Organization report of 2007, absence of a health-conscious population is a serious issue. Apart from deteriorating physical health, a rise in…

Irritable bowel syndrome comprises of a constellation of symptoms related to your bowel habits. It is a chronic condition of the large intestine in which the food moves either too slowly or more rapidly. The most distressing element of this disease is the complexity in recognizing a specific contributing factor for it. Diagnosing this illness…

More than a quarter in a million Australians experiences the symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder, also known as PTSD, once a year. At least 5% of all Australians have reported to suffer from PTSD at least once in their lifetime. The most common cause of PTSD is serious automobile accidents. Different people respond differently to…

Schizophrenia is a chronic, debilitating mental illness that presents with a constellation of symptoms that differ greatly amongst varied individuals. Some experience terrifying symptoms like hearing threatening voices or believing that people are plotting against them. Some even go as far as believing that people are trying to control, modify or extract their thoughts to…

Have you ever wondered whether all the experiences in your lifetime get lost into nothingness? Have you ever paused to consider the possibility that a portion of your vast mind might be constantly in activity absorbing every detail of our life without any conscious awareness? It is this subconscious that hypnotherapy works on while exploring…

What is mindfulness? Mindfulness is giving your all to be in the “now” and living in the moment. It’s your awareness of reality especially at the present time and contradicts daydreaming or delusion, or illusions. It’s a state wherein there’s no thinking, reflecting, judging, or solving, but by just experiencing the things that are present…