HORMONE REPLACEMENT THEORY ALTERNATIVES broken down to us by Balance Health practicioners Catherine Hermant (Kinesiology expert), Sudha Nair (Ayurvedic Nutritionist), Wendy Lam (Physiotherapist), Clara Chan (Registered Traditional Chinese medicine practicioner) and Chew Yin Chan (Intuitive Raindrop therapist) CATHERINE:  Going through menopause is a very natural process in every women’s life but sometimes the hormones fluctuations…

“You are the master of your own fate. You are the captain of your ship.” – E.Henley As Viktor Frankl so correctly stated, “between stimulus and response there is a space, and in that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” Throughout the day, the…

The subsconscious mind is like a video recorder. It records all of our life experiences via our five senses. Even whilst we sleep, the subconscious continues to record sounds and other stimuli via our senses. The subconscious mind has no ability to judge or rationalize between right and wrong or true and false. Thus, some…

Tip 1: Nourish the Heart Spring correlates with the liver, summer correlates with the heart, autumn correlated with the lungs, and winter correlates with the kidneys, four seasons to nourish the spleen and stomach. Chinese medicine believes that out of the four seasons, summer represents fire. Fire is accumulated in the heart as the climate…

Are you stuck in a routine that feels like nothing changes or improves? Do you feel you fear situations or miss out on opportunities because of the heightened stress it may cause? Do you really know what you are truly capable of? Are you ready to stop surviving and start living? Keep doing the same…

Meditation is now becoming one of the fastest growing trends on the planet and is predicted to surpass the recent Yoga boom. Aldo say’s, ‘one of the most popular issues or complaints I’ve come across from people is; they have a problem turning off their mind and the constant mind chatter/or cannot sit still making…

“Mens sana in corpore sano”, a latin saying representing the concept of “a healthy mind in a healthy body”. What does this mean to you? How are they connected? Or do you believe they are separate? Should we strive for such a balance? This is what I will explore. Mental health is no different than…

We are all paint cans, and our life is our Canvas. Before I go into talking about relationships, ask yourself how you define a relationship? Although you may have all included another person as part of the answer to that question, the most important relationship you will have in your lifetime, is the relationship with…

It is rather common for women to have uterine fibroids. Western medicine tends to relate the cause to an extended period of stimulation of estrogen. Western doctors usually would treat them by removing them through a surgery if one or more grows to larger than 5cm or when they seriously affects menstruation. However, in recent…

Dr. Ruth Lee In this blog post, Balance Health is pleased to interview Dr. Ruth Lee – Registered Chinese Medicine practitioner. She will share with us the root causes of infertility problems, as well as give us an overview of how those problems can be successfully tackled with the help of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)….

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