From the Editor, Rosanne Buchanan


The new-look Health Intelligence magazine is now on shelf and the saying “a change is as good as a holiday” will definitely ring true for anyone paging through the fresh, fun and colourful content in the July/August issue. Aiming to inspire people to find their flow – a state of extreme well-being when time just flies – this issue is packed with rewarding exercise suggestions, valuable nutrition insights and expert medical advice. Leafing through the pages of our revitalised magazine will leave readers feeling energised, motivated and supported on their quest to achieving good health.



Insomnia is generally characterised by an inability to fall asleep, stay asleep or both, leaving you feeling sluggish and tired. This can be a short-lived problem (acute insomnia) or go on for months and even years (chronic insomnia). It’s estimated about one-third of adults suffer from acute insomnia at some time in their lives, although this may be as high as 50%. Chronic insomnia isn’t as common, but it does affect about one in every 10 people.



To celebrate Women’s Month, Health Intelligence magazine and ovatoyou teamed up to uncover the myriad roles and responsibilities assumed by busy women every day. “We as women often feel like we are being pulled in a thousand different directions,” says Health Intelligence editor Rosanne Buchanan. “Our recent article on Wonder Woman syndrome speaks to the various unrelenting stresses and pressures experienced by women on a regular basis. It also highlights how spreading oneself too thin can have serious emotional consequences. We wanted to engage with our female readers to find out how busy, multitasking women really spend their days and how this affects their time and energy.”


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