Health Relationships

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Healthy relationships with colleagues, families and friends is crucial to mental and physical health. Toxic relationships can result in stress and a cascade of adverse reaction to physical health.  Premenstrual, perimenopausal and menopausal women can struggle with unhealthy relationships more due to hormonal imbalances which can lead to arguments, distancing and even separation/divorces occurring with their partners due to the physical and chemical changes that occur in our body. Being aware of this and having this knowledge can help women and their partners deal with their relationships better. Choose your inner circle carefully – it can be small but should bring a lot of joy in your life. There are plenty of people who are toxic and they are not worth your time and or energy. We should surround ourselves with like minded individuals who we can form health relationships with.

Dr Milli Raizada

What is Lifestyle medicine?



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feed and fuel our hormones and help
manage hormonal imbalances.

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exercise and physical activity


Physical activity and exercise is not
only beneficial for physical health
but also mental health.

Stress Management

Stress management

Stress can be positive if managed properly.
If we do not manage stress positively, the chemical
and hormonal changes that ensue in our bodies can be negative.

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A Good Nights Sleep!


SLEEP! My mother always told me
when I was stressed, that a good night
sleep would make it all feel better tomorrow.

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Avoidance of Toxic Substances

Avoidance of toxic substances

Toxic substances is not limited to alcohol, drugs and smoking,
Food and environmental substances can be hormonal
disrupters and can be just as damaging to your health.

Healthy Relationships

Health Relationships

Healthy relationships with colleagues,
families and friends is crucial to
mental and physical health.

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