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Studies have found that reading an interesting article or picking up a book is important for your mental health.

Read to Relax

Experts found that reading actually reduced stress in participants by nearly 70% and was more effective than things like listening to music or having a cup of tea.


It doesn’t matter what you read, but taking time out from your busy schedule is important for you to be able to switch off.  Reading for as little as six minutes a day can improve your quality of sleep, reduce stress, and sharpen your brain and alertness. 


This is because reading strengthens the neural circuits and pathways of our brain and this in turn can lower your heart rate and blood pressure. Reading as well as exercise can create visible changes in the brain. 


Plus, reading about mental health and how to improve it may even help you learn how to overcome any anxiety, depression or stress you have.


Meet Clare Marcangelo

Clare Marcangelo, who is a registered nutritionist with a Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition) and an Advanced Diploma in Nutritional Medicine.

I specialise in supporting anxious and also Neurodiverse children- reducing anxiety, digestive issues and helping with behavioural and sleep issues.

I would say that everyone will benefit from eating from nature and not from the supermarket as much as possible.


Meet Lynn Jenkins

Lynn Jenkins is a clinical psychologist and specialises in working with children and their parents. She is also a trained hypnotherapist as well as a trained kids and family yoga instructor and mindfulness teacher. 


I have always been interested in people and their stories, and also how we operate as humans. Early intervention makes huge sense to me so I LOVE working with children and parents. 

 Often, just a bit of information can completely change the trajectory of how a child is developing – that’s just brilliant!


Meet Jacqui Jones

Jacqui Jones has qualifications in child and adolescent welfare, teaching mindfulness meditation and positive psychology.


I have always felt driven to help and hopefully empower our younger generations and over the course of my career.

After experiencing some mental health challenges of my own, this made me want to understand more about the human mind and I also trained to become a meditation teacher.  These days, I feel very grateful that my personal and working life blend together so well and I absolutely love what I do! 

I really do enjoy helping others tap into their true potential through various tools such as meditation and visualisation.  I think there is so much that we haven’t been taught about the power of our minds and we all have the ability to create enormous change, if we want to.  

Preview: Positive Thinking

Positive thinking and the power of the mind can help you in achieving your goals and in day-to-day life.

Negative thinking can be triggered by depression, hunger, sleep deprivation, stress or even sickness. Read how your toxic thought processes can impede your life and get expert advice on engaging positive self talk.

Practical Wellbeing to support your wellness

The Healthy Mummy Wellness app is made for busy mums and our mission is to make your wellbeing our number 1 priority.

Our expert wellness programs will be EASY to integrate into your daily

life and will aim to reduce your stress & anxiety and increase your


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