Autoimmune conditions are becoming alarmingly common in Australia and most western countries. Once a person is diagnosed with an autoimmune disease they are at an increased risk of developing a further autoimmune condition. Autoimmunity means that the body is failing to recognise some parts of itself. Instead, it is forming confused messages against its own tissue.
We all want to raise healthy, happy and intelligent children. Sometimes, despite our best efforts, our kids get sick. It’s not surprising; children today are exposed to a myriad of unnatural environmental and dietary toxins. At Darling Health, we treat a wide range of children’s health problems. This includes food allergies and intolerances, reflux and digestive disorders, ear and sinus infections, eczema and rashes, asthma, weaning and infant nutrition.
Late nights and poor dietary and lifestyle choices can leave you feeling sluggish, lethargic and not firing on all cylinders. Weight gain, recurrent headaches, muscle pain, short-term memory loss or mental health issues can be a sign of toxicity in the body, as can infertility and recurrent infections.
PRECONCEPTION AND FERTILITY HEALTH CARE
Some couples fall pregnant easily, but for others, it can be an ongoing struggle that lasts months or years. At Darling Health, we specialise in preconception health care to educate both parents on ways to improve their health before deciding to conceive. Preconception health care can have a profound effect on a couple's fertility and the health of the baby, as well as reducing miscarriage risk and improving pregnancy outcomes.
Congratulations, you are pregnant! It’s an exciting time, but can also be a daunting as you wonder how to provide your unborn baby with the best possible start in life. Should you change your diet? Start taking supplements? How can you keep your stress levels low? At Darling Health, we find many expecting parents benefit from extra support and guidance at this time.
STRESS MANAGEMENT AND EMOTIONAL WELLBEING
If you suffer from mental health issues such as stress, depression or anxiety, you are definitely not alone. Mental health conditions are escalating in our society, with around 10 percent of Australians now suffering from depression. Studies show that eating disorders, insomnia, alcoholism, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease are also on the rise.