What is the bigger stressor of a woman? Their children or their husbands? A survey of 7,000 mums by Today found on average they rate their levels of stress at a worryingly high 8.5 out of 10. 46 per cent
Stress during and after the Christmas and New Year holidays presents an exhausting array of physical and emotional demands after days or weeks of shopping, travelling, cooking, sleeplessness and partying, that, for many, can bring about lingering stress and anxiety.
A new study has identified markers of maternal stress, both physical and psychological — that may influence a baby’s sex and the likelihood of preterm birth. It’s becoming well established that maternal stress during pregnancy can affect fetal and child
Dr Uganze Eke, a Wellness expert has advised Nigerians to make choices that will help them reduce the daily stress associated with traffic jam, work-life balance and living a healthy lifestyle. Eke, who is the Chief Wellness Officer, Fitness Fair,
Pregnancy is an amazing and fulfilling experience, it does however come with its own fair share of stress. With all the bodily changes you are going through, it is not out of place that you may be feeling stressed every
Dayo Richard The baby is here and everyone is happy and excited to finally meet the newcomer. As time goes on, the excitement wears off as you are faced with the overwhelming task of taking care of your baby. After
Mumpreneurs face an inordinate amount of stress when starting and running a business and adding that to raising children can seem like an uphill task. If you don’t watch it, you could find yourself shouting at your children for no
Many factors can contribute to preventing a woman from becoming pregnant and one of such is stress. A new study published online in the journal Human Reproduction, shows a link between stress and difficulty conceiving by measuring an enzyme found
You’ve been coping with all the rigours of joggling your roles as a mum, wife and at work but it’s taking its toll on you. You are completely unhappy and stressed out, so all you want right now is some
By Pam Myers, BSEd It’s not easy being a mum. Whether you work out of the home or you’re a stay-at-home mum, life can get pretty stressful. There’s always something that needs to be done and someone who wants your attention.