The path to wellbeing is many – some are preventative, some are curative – and there are many.

Health and Wellbeing – more than just good health, wellbeing describes a state of wellness of body, mind and soul, where all are in a state of health, the individual is happy and prospering. Wellbeing is not available by prescription, there is no one path and many different roads can be taken to arrive there.

All paths to health and wellbeing, be they traditional or non mainstream viewpoints or modalities are seen at the wellbeingspot as having valid reasons for existence. On our site are many articles about different modalities, personal journeys to health…. all aimed at allowing our site readers to explore for themselves a way forward on their own journey to wellbeing.

We publish articles written by health and wellbeing professionals as well as personal accounts from non professionals and welcome submission of both types of articles. Some of our readers are looking for expert information, others are looking to find someone else walking a similar path of wellness, or unwellness.

We often take it for granted that we are surrounded by an abundance of healing plants and flowers, full of living energy which could ease our ailments. Modern day living, with worries about work, family and money, is a massive strain. We can often feel overloaded with stress and our immune systems suffer from many things and more when you are getting older.

Next, we end up sitting in a doctor’s waiting room for a “traditional” quick fix (that’s if we can get an appointment which is stressful in itself!). However, if our body is already depleted, we might need a long-term health plan. Reviewing lifestyle and trying an alternative therapy such as aromatherapy may be a step towards better health and well-being. Aromatherapy works on healing the whole body; helping us physically, mentally and spiritually, working on our energy centres, known as chakras. Many therapists believe that when chakras become blocked, it manifests as a physical illness. Aromatherapy is not a replacement for traditional medicine but a natural remedy which may often be used alongside it according to a person’s medical history.