• hormone balance by motion nutrition

    Hormone Balance: our mighty stress shield

    Take a deep breath in. Hold it in for a couple seconds. Now breathe out slowly through your mouth. Feel better already? That’s a glimpse into the feeling of serenity you’ll get from Hormone Balance. Calm. Peace. Resilience. Everything we need in the craziest of times. Our hectic and stressful lives put a heavy toll …

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  • 5 reasons not to use whoop bands

    5 reasons I ditched my Whoop band

    At first there were pedometers. Then came the calorie counters. Today, it’s HRV monitors and sleep trackers. Soon, it’ll be continuous glucose monitors. Are health trackers helpful? Are today’s wearable devices – Oura rings, Whoop bands, Apple Watches & co – helping you live a happier and more fulfilled life? I’ve gone deep into the …

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  • Find Your Chronotype to Sleep Better, Boost Focus

    Sleep patterns vary from person to person based on age, activity level and sleeping conditions. Chronotypes are a general way of classifying one’s sleeping pattern. “Chrono,” relates to time, and “type,” refers to one of four classifications: the Lion, the Dolphin, the Wolf and the Bear. Each animal corresponds to a certain type of person. …

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  • How to Beat Stress & Get Some Sleep (With Food)

    We live in a culture of stress. Our lifestyles lead to a stress epidemic, where the plug is constantly plugged in and we forget to press the off button. Be it pressure at work, personal or financial issues – All of us experience some sort of stress. It doesn’t only affect our daily performance, but also …

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  • Guide: How to Reduce Your Caffeine Intake

    If you are or have been an avid coffee or energy drink consumer then you are aware of how addictive caffeinated beverages can be. Caffeine is a psychoactive drug which means it’s medically classified in the same category as cocaine. While moderation is definitely one of the ways to reduce caffeine dependance, it’s worth looking at alternatives like adaptogens that are not addictive.

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  • This is the Best Time to Nap, According to Science

    We should all get 7-9 hours of sleep a night, say experts. But that’s sometimes difficult. Life gets in the way. We get hooked on a new show and don’t realize our bedtime passed three episodes ago. Work keeps us up late. Anxiety wakes us up and makes it hard to fall back asleep. Daytime …

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  • Stay Fit and Happy during Winter

    4 Things To Do To Stay Fit (and Motivated) In Winter

    It’s getting cold and it’s getting dark. We’ve had it pretty easy so far with a mild autumn. But the clocks are now set: we must brace for winter. It is so much more of a challenge to get out of bed in the morning when your room feels like an icebox and your duvet …

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  • 7 Simple Ways To Improve Your Sleep Quality Tonight

    Ah sleep, what a flighty mistress you are….There is nothing better than that moment you fall into bed, your head hits the pillow and you are whisked away into a perfectly serene slumber. Truly and utterly divine. But hold on a moment. How often does that happen? Dysfunctional sleep patterns are possibly the most common …

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  • laughing affects how your brain works

    6 Ways Laughing Makes Your Brain Work Better

    A good belly laugh can reduce pain, soften depression, increase oxygen supply to the brain, and even positively influence our food choices. Let’s take a look.

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  • Eat carbs for dinner to improve sleep and mental clarity

    Food is absolutely fantastic, it fuels our bodies, it feeds our souls, it is a way we express affection, yep it’s pretty damn cool that food. But when we dive in a little deeper things get even cooler….ready to go on a little journey into the world of sneaky nutrition? Good I thought so, let’s …

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  • Every day performance nootropics

    How to prioritise health & wellbeing to reach peak performance

    What do you picture, when you think of performance? A sculpted athlete, who’s spent countless hours working on their body, ready to bolt out of the blocks? Perhaps. This is not what I see. I picture an emotionally balanced mind. Calm, quiet and focused. I see a beaming, smiling face, ready to enjoy their craft, …

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  • Nootropics: smart drugs or natural brain-boosting herbs

    Are Nootropics HEALTHY? A beginner’s guide to smart drugs

    What comes to your mind when you hear the word nootropics? A desperate student popping a pill to pass tomorrow’s test? Or Bradley Cooper gaining superhuman capabilities thanks to a smart drug in the movie Limitless? Are nootropics healthy or unsafe drugs? Let’s face it. There is a lot of misconception about what a nootropic is. …

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