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Sara Lindberg

Sara Lindberg

Freelance journalist

BSc (Hons), MSc

Sara Lindberg is a freelance health, fitness, and wellness writer.

She holdss a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science and a Master's degree in Counselling.

She's spent her life educating people on the importance of health, wellness, mindset, and mental health. She specialises in the mind-body connection, with a focus on how our mental and emotional well-being impact our physical fitness and health.

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You may not have reached menopause if you're experiencing headaches, night sweats, weight gain, anxiety and depression - but you may be perimenopausal. While this means your body is transitioning toward menopause, it could be years before you reach it.

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Does it ever feel like you've spent most of your adult life on a diet? While you may experience initial success with many of the popular weight loss programmes, sadly, the pounds typically creep back on. This can leave you beating yourself up and feeling depressed.

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Back pain affects nearly everyone at some point in their life. Whether it's due to a work-related injury or a slip and fall in the shower, back pain - and more specifically lower back pain - causes more global disability than any other condition. Yet despite how debilitating back pain can be, the good news is, there are ways to alleviate some of the pain and get you back to feeling like yourself again.

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One of the most difficult things for parents is watching their child experience grief after the death of someone they love. What often makes mourning so tricky for parents and other caring adults is the feeling that they can't make it better. Children and teens are going to experience pain as they go through this, and all you can do is be there to support them.

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Do you leave your job most days feeling emotionally and physically drained? While few people love going to work every day, the number of days you're happy to head to the office should definitely outnumber the ones you spend wishing the day was already over.

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