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Prevention Magazine Australia

Prevention Magazine Australia Apr/May-19

Packed with inspiration and motivation, Prevention magazine makes living a healthier lifestyle easier than you ever thought possible. Its unrivalled credentials make it your go-to for breakthrough health news and views you can trust. You’ll find the best expert advice, stories from inspiring real women, and easy, actionable tips on weight loss, fitness, nutrition, health, your mind and anti-ageing beauty. It’s also the destination for nutritious and delicious recipes.

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when the going gets tough…

Lately I’ve noticed a number of female friends and colleagues sporting a frantic, wild-eyed look that comes with the feeling, “I’m so busy I can hardly breathe”. This sensation now has its own semi-official term: the ‘overwhelm’ of modern life. I feel it, and you probably do, too. I mean, how do you find the time each day to look after the needs of your family, your busy work life, keep the fridge stocked with healthy food, fit in the daily yoga class that’s supposed to keep you calm, and then get to bed early enough (and actually fall asleep!) to get the eight hours required so you have enough energy to do it all again tomorrow? Phew! So this issue we’re here to help. If having enough energy to get…

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what we’re loving…

WORKING SMARTER This ABC podcast offers simple tips to help you get on top of time management. Host and comedian Claire Hooper delivers great ideas along with some good laughs. Visit abc.net.au/pineapple. A SIMPLE SOLUTION For those of us who always lose our keys, this little gadget is a saviour! The KeySmart Pro lets you track them down via a free app; $99.95, from gearsupply.com.au. SHARING THE FUN We had such fun at our shoot with Julia Morris we wanted to share it. So our art director Karen Berge took the helium balloons to the Sydney Children’s Hospital – the only challenge was making sure they didn’t fly away!…

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over to you

Winner! FINDING CONTENTMENT The story ‘8 simple questions for a happy life’ (Feb/March) really resonated with me. As I asked myself each question I realised how much happier I felt seeing the possibilities rather than the shortfalls. I can see now that my life really is quite good and can be even better by taking time to listen to my inner voice and making time to stop, breathe and see my best possible self. Sandra Webster, QLD MY WISHLIST ANSWERED! Maybe because I am stressed, menopausal and 50+ young, I loved nearly every single page of the Feb/March issue. And my absolute favourite: the tree change article. This lady, who quit the city to live on a wildflower farm, lives the life I am dreaming of. In a nutshell, this issue feels like it was…

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write in for your chance to win…

Tell us what you think about this issue of Prevention and the best letter published next month will win this great prize. In it you’ll find all you need to kickstart a healthy new you: our very own Prevention Off-The-Couch Weight Loss Guide is packed with exercise advice and action plans, while Dr Joanna McMillan’s Brain Food, The Anti-Inflammatory Cookbook and The 5-Minute Salad Lunchbox are filled with deliciously satisfying recipes. To enter, visit preventionaus.com.au and click on WIN to send your feedback. Or, write to Comps at Prevention Magazine, Locked Bag 5555, St Leonards NSW 2065. For full terms and conditions go to preventionaus.com.au…

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‘Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine.Author Anthony D’angelo I SEE RED Although it’s a colour that’s often associated with anger and aggression, red also has a positive side. Studies show that you can use red to boost your motivation – how? It increases your heart rate and gets your blood pressure rising so, for example, wearing red activewear for your next workout can propel that extra surge of energy in the last five minutes. Better yet, the next time you’re trying to focus on a big task, add a pop of red in your line of sight like a bunch of flowers or a photo frame. Think outside the box for a hit of creativity Feel as though you’re stuck in a rut and those creative moments…

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press pause

Are you in need of another reason to practise mindfulness, apart from being more zen? A recent study by Mayo Clinic researchers found that being mindful may be especially helpful for menopausal women struggling with irritability, anxiety and depression. “We found that midlife women with higher mindfulness scores experienced fewer menopausal symptoms,” says Mayo Clinic women’s health specialist Dr Richa Sood, the study’s lead author. “These findings suggest that mindfulness may be a promising tool to help women reduce [their] symptoms and overall stress.” This is the first study to connect mindfulness directly with the symptoms related to menopause. Fortunately, it is a skill that can be learned. “The first step in being mindful is to become aware that our minds are on autopilot most of the time,” Dr Sood explains. “The…