What is the difference between morning sickness and hyperemesis gravidarum?

What is the difference between morning sickness and hyperemesis gravidarum?

Nausea and vomiting are very common early symptoms of pregnancy, affecting approximately two thirds of Australian mothers during the first 6-20 weeks of pregnancy. Although symptoms can occur at any time of day, many women report that their nausea is at its worst during the mornings which is why it is commonly referred to as 'morning sickness'. 
What causes migraines and when is it time to seek extra support? How often is too often for a migraine?

What causes migraines and when is it time to seek extra support? How often is too often for a migraine?

Anyone who has experienced a migraine knows that they are much more than just a terrible headache. In fact, the pounding or pulsating headache is just the one of a list of symptoms including nausea, vomiting, vision disturbances, light sensitivity, fatigue, and neck pain, which can last anywhere from a couple of hours to a few days.
Breathwork for Asthma Sufferers

Breathwork for Asthma Sufferers

Asthma is a common and complex respiratory condition which affects over 2.7 million children and adults in Australia. The symptoms of asthma can be triggered and exacerbated by exposure to...
What causes travel sickness, and why are some people immune? Plus 5 tips for minimising travel sickness.

What causes travel sickness, and why are some people immune? Plus 5 tips for minimising travel sickness.

Travel sickness (also known as motion sickness) seems to affect more people than others, why is that? Our bodies have a system known as proprioception which allows us to sense...
Breathing Exercises to Minimise Morning Sickness

Breathing Exercises to Minimise Morning Sickness

Breathing exercises can be a helpful tool for managing morning sickness during pregnancy. This common and often debilitating symptom can make the first trimester of pregnancy challenging for many women, but fortunately, there are several strategies that can help to reduce its impact. 
What are CPAP Alternatives and how do they treat snoring and sleep apnea?

What are CPAP Alternatives and how do they treat snoring and sleep apnea?

If you are one of the millions of people struggling with sleep apnea, you may be familiar with the continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine. CPAP therapy involves wearing a mask that delivers a constant flow of air to keep your airways open while you sleep.