Tips and Tricks for Managing Your Own Health

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Tips and Tricks for Managing Your Own Health

Hi, Mia here! Just after I got pregnant with my first child, my husband and I decided to spend a few months abroad. While it was a great experience, I made the mistake of not learning the language before I left. Getting antenatal care was difficult when I couldn't communicate with the doctors, so I had to start learning things for myself. I enjoyed it so much, I decided to continue even when I got back home to Australia. This blog is filled with everything I've discovered over the years about managing your own health (and your family's health!) with and without medical intervention.


How To Manage Problematic Periods

20 January 2023
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When problems with your periods start to impact your well-being, you may feel frustrated. Whether you're experiencing intense cramps, challenging mood swings, or something else, you don't have to suffer in silence. Using women's healthcare services at your local clinic can result in positive changes.   Heavy Period Management How much you bleed during your period may vary from month to month. When your bleeding becomes so heavy that it impacts your life, you might want to look into trying or changing contraceptives. Read More …

Helpful Tips for Seeing an Audiologist When You’re Suffering From Hearing Loss

31 May 2022
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If you have noticed that you can't hear as well when you're chatting with a family member or when you're on the telephone, then you might be worried that you are experiencing hearing loss. This might be something you've been dealing with for a while, or it might be a new problem. Either way, you might benefit from these helpful tips for seeing an audiologist when you're suffering from hearing loss. Read More …

Bone Density Tests and Osteoporosis in Women

9 November 2021
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If you are a woman, then you may be at higher risk for osteoporosis. Bone density tests can be useful in the early detection of the condition, and early detection is important. Keep reading to learn more about bone density tests for women and who is at risk for osteoporosis. Why are women at higher risk for osteoporosis? Women are at higher risk for osteoporosis for two reasons. For one, women tend to have smaller and thinner bones than men. Read More …

A Guide To IBS Treatment

24 May 2021
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Irritable Bowel Syndrome, also known as IBS, is a chronic condition which affects the intestines. This results in pain and discomfort in the stomach, as well as other issues such as diarrhea, bloating and constipation. The condition affects around 15% of Australians, and can greatly reduce ones quality of life without proper management. When it comes to irritable bowel syndrome, there is no cure, but there are many treatment options available to successfully manage the symptoms. Read More …

Hearing Loss: 3 Ways an Audiologist Can Help

27 November 2020
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If you're looking for info about how an audiologist can help you, you have come to the right place. This article will explore 3 ways an audiologist can assist you if you are experiencing hearing difficulties. Read on to discover more. Establishing the extent of any hearing loss At an audiological clinic, you will be asked to have various hearing tests to assess the state of your hearing. This will help to find out what type of hearing loss you are suffering from and to determine how effectively a hearing aid device is working. Read More …