Spoonie Health Hub Blog
If your goal is to incorporate more healthy habits into your daily routine then we’ve got a 9-step countdown to help you – and it’s even easier than it sounds! From getting more sleep and munching on fruit and veggies to meditating and getting some fresh air, here are out top 9 tips.read more
It’s time to talk about mental health. We’re coming together to talk about what’s going on inside and to stop the stigma around mental health conditions. Opening up can be tough, but conversations change lives. Here’s how you can talk about mental health.read more
We know that the start of a new year brings it new resolutions and goals; some of them achievable and some of them not so realistic. We’ve put together five ways that you can make 2018 your year, and we hope they’ll help you to feel happy and positive about the year ahead.read more
The spoonie community is a special place to be. For many people living with and battling chronic illness on a daily basis, fellow spoonie support can be a real comfort, and for some it can form the basis for long-lasting friendships and relationships.read more
You’ve asked us before, but this time it’s different. What is the best way to get in shape when you have PCOS? Yoga? Running? Weights? The answer is always the same – you’ll get in shape doing pretty much anything you can stick to. Every form of exercise has its benefits.read more
Fighting a daily battle with your own body can be exhausting, debilitating and at times, downright depressing. It’s easy to get caught in a loop and to lose sight of what you’re fighting for, especially when your illness is pushing you to your limits and you’re feeling particularly up against it.read more
You’re probably what the hell we’re talking about? But before we lose you to memes and cute cat videos, stay and hear me out…It finally came to me today when I was deciding on a new pair of gym leggings, although actually, it has been staring me in the face for a very long time.read more
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