Adam Cox is joined by mum, Loulua Zawawi, to discuss her breastfeeding journey. She explains the struggles she has faced, and how incorporating formula helped her. She also gives tips to mums who are choosing a follow-on formula. www.kendamil.com
Adam Cox is joined by Kathryn Slatter, CEO of Lifecentre, to discuss new research which underlines the widespread issue of long-term health effects for sexual abuse victims in the UK last year. Kathryn talks through why it may be difficult to reach out for help for those who have experienced sexual abuse and what the services are that Lifecentre offers.
Alcohol habits can often start as relief from stress at work or at home, but what starts as a coping strategy can become a major problem in itself, as addiction starts to take hold. This episode helps to associate alcohol with unpleasant emotions, and to develop other approaches to handle the stress of daily life.
Adam Cox is joined by Anant Naik, from the charity Mental Health UK, to discuss new research from Nytol which unveils the toll of stress and poor sleep on the British public. They look at why sleep is so important for mental health, and Naik provides tips and tricks for improving sleep.
Adam Cox is joined by Alexa Polidoro, founder of online French learning school, Learn French with Alexa, for French Language Day to learn some French, and discover some key phrases of the language. Alexa describes what her online French learning school provides, and how it works, in addition to explaining some of the big advantages of learning French in today's society. https://learnfrenchwithalexa.com/
Adam Cox is joined by the Mayor of San Francisco, London Breed, and the CEO of the San Francisco Tourism Association, Joe D'Alessandro, to discuss how San Francisco has embraced outdoor urbanism, making use of outdoor spaces for community hubs and meeting areas. They explain how the city's outdoor dining spaces have flourished, in spite of the colder climate, and the pair share ideas on how British cities could follow suit. www.sftravel.com
Adam Cox is joined by Davies Roberts, Co-Founder of Flare Audio, for World Hearing Day to discuss the issue of sound sensitivity and how prevalent it is within society. Davies discusses what Calmer earbuds are and how they work, and the response the brand has had for the groundbreaking tech.
Adam Cox is joined by Dimitri O, Co-Founder of Loop Earplugs, to discuss new research that reveals the impact hearing sensitivity can have on the lives of sufferers. Dimitri explains what Hyperacusis is and how Loop Earplugs help those who it affects, in addition to looking at how high noise levels can affect overall health.
Adam Cox is joined by James Roberts, founder and CEO of mOm Incubators, and Gemma Singer, Design Engineer at mOm Incubators, to discuss how their company aims to make incubators more accessible to parents of premature babies around the globe. James speaks about his own journey, and why he came up with the idea, and they also speak further about the future for mOm.
Adam Cox talks to Sabah Ali, a business coach who helps other coaches and practitioners increase their rates and create high ticket offers that can dramatically increase their income. Sabah talks about the key beliefs that stop people from charging higher prices, and how it's possible to increase your income in a way that aligns with your own purpose and integrity.
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