Wellbeing

Activity for well-beingYour recipe for wellness is here in the pages of this website. The key to wellness is being proactive rather than reactive to lifestyle, behaviour, mind and body. Don’t wait until your symptoms of ill-health have spiralled out of control. When the warning signs of ill health emerge, take swift action.

Even if you don’t think you have a medical problem but you know that your wellbeing is not optimal, the approaches and principles needed to get your well-being back on track will have similar themes.

It is important to understand that there is no silver bullet that can to transform symptoms of chronic fatigue into glorious wellbeing. There are usually several factors working against you when your health and wellbeing deteriorate and therefore you need to recognise, accept and address all of them, not just the one that seems easiest to target.

Taking control of your wellbeing requires thoughtful reflection and insight into all aspects of your lifestyle and behaviour. Identifying small sustainable changes that can be implemented easily such as regular bed-time routine to improve sleep quality, regular exercise, reducing alcohol intake and choosing healthier eating options can all make a very positive difference to well-being

Sometimes it is not easy to work out what is driving symptoms of ill health. If you can’t work out what is causing your symptoms consider seeing a fatigue expert like Dr Mukherjee who can help you on your journey to wellness.

Lifestyle

Dr Annice Mukherjee, Hormone Consultant & Fatigue Expert