Pukka’s Herbal Education specialist Holly Huntley, a trained nutritional therapist, shares advice for natural ways to feel your best.
Different routines and lockdown living has brought changes to our lifestyles, some positive and some less so. From different eating habits to reduced sleep (a study by King’s College London found that two thirds of us have been experiencing poorer quality sleep during this time), we felt that it was a good moment for a wellbeing reset. As part of our Make Time with Seasalt and Pukka partnership, nutritional therapist Holly shares her knowledge in a series of short videos.
Feeling calm, uninterrupted nights, balanced menstrual cycles and perfect digestive health: these might all feel like Holy Grail of wellbeing, and for good reason, given the power of stress, insomnia, PMT and bloating to erode our confidence and happiness. There are no magic wand solutions here, but we believe that these tea-break tips contain some gems that might be just the thing you need to feel better.
How to reduce stress quickly
In our modern lives, with buzzing inboxes and phones, there’s always going to be stress. Not all stress is bad, and it can be an essential element of survival and performance, but it’s all too easy to start feeling overwhelmed. From herbal antidotes to quick tips you can practice at your desk, Holly suggests some simple ways to stay calm.
How to get a better night’s sleep naturally
According to Holly, sleep is the ultimate act of self-love. We hope these suggestions help you get your rest back on track if you have found, like so many, getting a good night’s rest challenging during this season. Perhaps you might even find listening to The Archers helpful – watch to find out more…
How to naturally support your menstrual cycle
Understanding our cycle and supporting it with simple lifestyle tweaks can make a world of difference in harnessing our female superpower.
How to reduce bloating naturally
We all experience bloating from time to time, but diet and lifestyle can make a huge difference to our digestive health. Eating should be a joyful experience, and Holly’s tips will help you make the most of your meals.
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