Category: Health & Wellbeing
The Dr Libby Blog
Attend any school event where there are children aged six, and you see many little girls who could rule the world. Their posture is upright, their eyes are bright and they have confidence in who they are—whether that is bold and boisterous or quiet and reflective.
In our modern digital world, between advertising and social media, we are exposed to an enormous amount of images on a daily basis. On social media alone our friends post happy snaps of their family on holiday via Facebook, while Instagram shows us “flawless” people promoting all kinds of products.
For many people, it takes a health crisis to wake them up to make changes to their lifestyle choices. But by this time, those health problems may be incredibly challenging to address. Some may even be irreversible, with only improvements, not a cure, possible.
Why you decide to make changes to improve your health is a completely personal decision. Often we are influenced by very different motivations. For some