Being in the middle of the new year’s blues and with the pandemic, still being very much present in our life and still limiting our daily life’s whereabouts, it is more important than ever to take care of ourselves – also our mental health! We have therefore made a list of tricks and tips to make our situation more positive and liveable.
In addition to helping adopt a healthy, varied and balanced diet, Meal Planning helps reduce the mental load, reduce stress when preparing the meal, save time on the day of errands, etc.
This week, Aurelia Corbaz, nutritionist in Lausanne and myDiabCheck Nutrition Coach, explains the technique to make your Meal Planning a success as well as a Winter Meal Plan and some easy recipes to do at home.
Depression is often seen as the health epidemic of the 21st century, that can become debilitating in everyday life. Caution is required whether you are experiencing symptoms of depression yourself or dealing with the depression of a close family member or someone at work.Confronted with preconceived ideas about depression, it is not always easy to decide between true or false. So let us review some common preconceptions, and even beliefs about depression, cautiously and judiciously.
Depression is a common mood disorder that affects all ages, genders, and ethnic groups and don’t go away on its own. That’s why you need to take control from the start if you think you are in depression. Before you can do this, you need to know more about this invader.