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Hibernate

\n

The word itself sounds so relaxing and totally acceptable to do this winter. Spending time at home or taking a short break away to hibernate whether it's\n resting, reading or just catching up on something you want to do rather than things you need to do, is good for the soul.

\n

Eat Comfort food

\n

I love winter food and my slow cooker is the best way to make healthy food full of seasonal goodness. There’s nothing easier than a slow cooker for making\n winter soups with organic stock, meat and vegetables. A meal in a bowl straight from the slow cooker and plenty left for lunch the next day is my idea\n of relaxed, healthy eating with hardly anything to clean up afterwards.

\n

Refresh Your Skin

\n

Winter is the best time for skin rejuvenation. Now is the time to book a course of skin peels during to rejuvenate your face as you will avoid the summer\n sun, which is not advisable for intense skin treatments. Skin is the largest organ of the body and for this reason alone winter is a great time to\n have therapeutic body treatments and massage to help lower stress levels and support your immunity.

\n

Sleep Well

\n

Sleep, or lack of it, seems to be a hot topic at present and a very important one. The research relating to sleep is showing some remarkable results in\n the relationship between weight gain, stress and sleeplessness. Getting a good night's sleep is a big problem for many people and lack of sleep has\n a detrimental effect on our wellbeing.

\n

Having a cooler room to sleep in is one way to help improve sleep. Bring on the cool nights for better sleep during winter as long as we have our warm\n and sunny winter days in Noosa and hopefully we’ll all be feeling a lot more rested.

\n

Drink Tea

\n

Tea has never been so trendy and available in so many different varieties. Dinking herbal teas warm, rather than hot is better for your stomach and digestion.\n Tea in winter can give you comfort, relaxation and goodness in a pot or cup. If you’re looking for high antioxidants, rooibos tea hits the top of the\n charts but is an acquired taste of an earthy black tea. Green tea comes in so many flavours and

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shades of green but always a good drop for general wellbeing.

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Improve Your Winter Wellness

Winter is the perfect time to focus on your health and wellbeing. It’s the best season for hibernation, slow food brews of healthy goodness, cups of tea or a drop of red wine for a dose of antioxidants. Winter offers time to rejuvenate your body with relaxation, skin treatments and better sleep. Here are five good ways to improve or maintain your wellbeing this winter.

Hibernate

The word itself sounds so relaxing and totally acceptable to do this winter. Spending time at home or taking a short break away to hibernate whether it's resting, reading or just catching up on something you want to do rather than things you need to do, is good for the soul.

Eat Comfort food

I love winter food and my slow cooker is the best way to make healthy food full of seasonal goodness. There’s nothing easier than a slow cooker for making winter soups with organic stock, meat and vegetables. A meal in a bowl straight from the slow cooker and plenty left for lunch the next day is my idea of relaxed, healthy eating with hardly anything to clean up afterwards.

Refresh Your Skin

Winter is the best time for skin rejuvenation. Now is the time to book a course of skin peels during to rejuvenate your face as you will avoid the summer sun, which is not advisable for intense skin treatments. Skin is the largest organ of the body and for this reason alone winter is a great time to have therapeutic body treatments and massage to help lower stress levels and support your immunity.

Sleep Well

Sleep, or lack of it, seems to be a hot topic at present and a very important one. The research relating to sleep is showing some remarkable results in the relationship between weight gain, stress and sleeplessness. Getting a good night's sleep is a big problem for many people and lack of sleep has a detrimental effect on our wellbeing.

Having a cooler room to sleep in is one way to help improve sleep. Bring on the cool nights for better sleep during winter as long as we have our warm and sunny winter days in Noosa and hopefully we’ll all be feeling a lot more rested.

Drink Tea

Tea has never been so trendy and available in so many different varieties. Dinking herbal teas warm, rather than hot is better for your stomach and digestion. Tea in winter can give you comfort, relaxation and goodness in a pot or cup. If you’re looking for high antioxidants, rooibos tea hits the top of the charts but is an acquired taste of an earthy black tea. Green tea comes in so many flavours and

shades of green but always a good drop for general wellbeing.

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