There’s always some inconsistency when it comes to the definition about the end of the second trimester… some entities claim that it goes up to 26 weeks, another 27, 28… well, I just decided to follow the guide that seems to be more aligned with the end of the 6th month (and really, does it really matter that much?!).
How did I know/suspect i was pregnant? Tiredness, nausea and “mental fog”; none of these symptoms are familiar, so I knew something had changed! What i didn´t know was the amount of changes i was due to experience in my life in such a short time. New priorities, new lifestyle and mindset came to my life. A change within you that shapes everything around you!
Many couples with fertility issues seek medical treatment (IVF, etc) as their first option, without first exploring the effectiveness, low cost and safety of natural solutions: nutrition, herbalism & other complementary therapies, adequate exercise, etc. Let’s look at these natural solutions together into more depth in this post.
In essence, the biotype is a genetic predisposition to certain conditions and characteristics (phenotypes), that dictates, in part, our health and lifestyle; meaning, if we know our predisposition to certaint ailmentes we can do something about it to prevent them – worthwhile learning a bit more, no?!
To create a better tomorrow for our future selves and our children, we need to be aware how our food choices are affecting the world around us. If food and water shortages might seem like an abstract scenario to you right now, let me tell you – they’re not. So, if you are concerned about your health – and your family´s – keep reading this post; after this your supermarket run will never be the same (and that’s a good thing, I believe!)
I still find this is a blurry area when I am discussing medical approaches, and quite honestly, I even get confused at times with the so called “titles” for each medicine model… it is important to know “who is who” – conventional, complementary or functional medicines – and make informed decisions when it comes to manage our health and healthcare.
A circular economy is an economic system aimed at minimising waste and making the most of resources. In a circular system resource input and waste, emission, and energy leakage are minimized by slowing, closing, and narrowing energy and material loops; this can be achieved through long-lasting design, maintenance, repair, reuse, remanufacturing, refurbishing, and recycling.
I had this tour on my bucket list for quite a few years: i imagined going from one continent to another discovering different cultures, tastes, etc…at that time i didn’t had the environmental awareness i have now. SE Asia needs is just that one continent that surprises you at every corner and it is so pleasing to travel in a slow pace…