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‘Follow your passion’ — could a sign be any more obvious?

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Every College of Naturopathic Medicine student or graduate has a personal story of why he/she decided on this career path. Mine was presented to me in a day of ‘signs’.

'Studying at CNM was the best investment I could have made'

I loved studying at CNM as it showed me the most natural yet powerful way to health — our diet.

I still feel ‘winter grey and bland’. Can anything help me get into a better spring mood?

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Naturopath Elle Fox, a graduate of the College of Naturopathic Medicine, discusses how to boost your mood naturally for spring.

‘What herbal remedies can I use to improve my energy?’

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Herbs that positively affect energy levels are called adaptogens. Adaptogens increase vitality by reducing the energy drain that accompanies intense emotional, mental, or physical exertion. Exertion of any form over a sustained period will deplete us by creating hormonal and sugar imbalances often presenting as fatigue, low mood, poor sleep, or sugar cravings.

‘What herbal remedies can I use to improve my energy?’

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Herbs that positively affect energy levels are called adaptogens. Adaptogens increase vitality by reducing the energy drain that accompanies intense emotional, mental, or physical exertion. Exertion of any form over a sustained period will deplete us by creating hormonal and sugar imbalances often presenting as fatigue, low mood, poor sleep, or sugar cravings.

How to cope with seasonal affective disorder

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is an annually occurring state of low mood and spirits, thought to be triggered by the reduced daylight hours of the colder months. While the mechanism behind SAD is not fully understood, there are several ways we can help ourselves combat SAD.

'I have my own business as a nutritional therapist'

I always had an interest in food and how it can affect our bodies. When I finally decided to take the plunge into the world of nutrition, CNM’s course was ideal for me as I was able to continue working while attending college locally at the weekends.

Training with the College of Naturopathic Medicine for a new career in nutrition

Retraining as a naturopathic nutritional therapist can open the door to a rewarding career helping yourself and others to better health. A diploma course in naturopathic nutrition can be studied part time at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in Galway, Dublin, or Cork.

Become a nutritional therapist with CNM

Paula McMeel, a graduate of CNM (College of Naturopathic Medicine), has always been passionate about nutrition. "I wanted an accredited qualification that would allow me to practise as a recognised practitioner," she said. "So when I came across the nutritional therapy course at CNM I attended an open day. I signed up to study as I was amazed at the comprehensive content and the holistic approach to health. I was also drawn to the 200 clinical hours as part of the course.

 

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