Keeping Body and Mind Healthy

Katherine PeachBusiness, Featured, Nutrition, Wellbeing

For all your wellness and nutritional needs, Pro Health and Nutrition is always there to provide you with what you need. Selling everything from supplements to crystals, you can always find what you need. And with owner, Rana, you can always be certain to get the helpful advice you need. Here at Penarth View, we spoke to Rana about her … Read More

Reach Out For Help: World Suicide Prevention Day.

Pippa-Marie SheppardCommunity, Wellbeing

With today being World Suicide Prevention Day, we’ve put a list together of services that can be accessed by those who are struggling. It’s so important to reach out and ask for help when needed. Beat: 0808 801 0677 Advice on eating disorders. Lines open Monday to Friday from 12pm until 8pm. Weekends and bank holidays 4pm-8pm. CALM: 0800 58 … Read More

A True Skincare Superhero

Rosie OrettiFeatured, Wellbeing

If you are a skincare geek, then you’ve likely heard of Vitamin C. One of the most exciting, research-proven, and coveted ingredient that you can apply to your skin. It’s good to have plenty of Vitamin C in your diet, but the best way to improve your skin specifically is to apply it directly! Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant … Read More

Top Tips For Staying Safe In The Sun

Pippa-Marie SheppardWellbeing

With The Met Office having issued their first ever extreme heat weather warning, which is in place for the next few days, here at Penarth View we thought we’d share some great tips on how to stay safe and hydrated.  Now restrictions have eased and we’re finally getting back into some form of normality, people are starting to make the … Read More

What you need to know about ARFID- The common eating disorder that’s so unheard of

Pippa-Marie SheppardWellbeing

We’ve all heard about Anorexia and Bulimia. The debilitating mental illnesses that forces a person to forget about their own worth and twists their perspective of a healthy body image. But what about the less known eating disorders? The ones that manifest from fear and trepidation? ARFID: Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder.  Previously referred too as “Selective Eating Disorder”, it wasn’t … Read More

Alcohol: Friend or Foe?

Rosie OrettiFeatured, To export, Wellbeing

As a nation, how have we coped with the ramifications of lockdown? Financial difficulties, limitations on our social lives, social isolation, bereavement, ill health, health service disruption, uncertainty and anxiety about the future. No wonder the conversation has turned to how much alcohol we are drinking. People in the UK are drinking differently as a result of lockdown. There are … Read More

The Power of No

Will SummersFeatured, To export, Wellbeing

No, Na, Nac Ydw, Nadda, Nope. What does ‘no’ mean to you? It may bring back childhood memories of your parents teaching you right from wrong (or in my case, stop eating all of Nan’s sweets). It may speak to your own parental instinct to assert boundaries for your kids. It could be embroiled with guilt, rejection or a simple … Read More

Unspoken Rules

Will SummersFeatured, To export, Wellbeing

After a year of being out of practise socialising, I’m sure the thought of going back to normal fills us with joy and a dash of apprehension. In a year where rules have governed even the most small of life’s liberties, I’ve been thinking of some of those unspoken rules and how they can help us navigate through the new … Read More

Redefine Lazy

Katherine PeachFeatured, To export, Wellbeing

At one time or another, we’ve been called lazy (maybe more than once). But what if I said the term ‘lazy’ is more damaging than you realise. Social psychologist, Devon Price, in his paper ‘Laziness does not exist’ said, “Situational constraints typically predict behaviour far better than personality, intelligence or other individual-level traits.” A lot of research has surfaced recently … Read More

How Can I Help?

Katherine PeachFeatured, Wellbeing

Even before the world turned upside down, living with anxiety was a very real problem for many people. We all feel anxious from time to time but for some people this feeling is overwhelming and can take over their lives. We always talk about what people with anxiety can do to help themselves, but if you know or are living … Read More