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Simples Ways to Look and Feel Great in a Bikini This Summer

 “I’m dreading getting in a bikini this Summer. What can I do?” Women put themselves under pressure all year, BUT particularly in January with the Resolution season. And also in the Summer with the family holiday. The one you work so hard for. So with the dreaded bikini holiday coming up, it feels so scary [...]

By | May 23rd, 2016|Health & Well-being|0 Comments

Top Tips To Avoid Cravings

When it comes to food, we ALL have a weakness; Whether or not we give in to these cravings is often what separates the "in shape" from the "not in shape" people. Sure, willpower plays a big roll in making the right decisions, but often it's a mind control issue.  Here are a few tips to [...]

By | May 23rd, 2016|Health & Well-being|0 Comments

Natural remedies for PMS

In my experience homeopathic treatment can be fantastic at balancing hormones so I thought I’d focus on PMS (pre-menstrual syndrome) for women. I see many women who suffer with all sorts of symptoms just before their period, so I thought it would be useful to give you five remedies which are particularly indicated for different [...]

By | May 23rd, 2016|Health & Well-being|0 Comments

Spring the season of fertility

Many cultures celebrate this time of year, the Kanamara Matsuri is a Japanese celebration and prayer for fertility, where giant pink penises (yes you did read that right) are paraded around the city, people everywhere have hopes for a fertile future.  In fact, since the beginning of time, people have been doing all sorts of [...]

By | March 14th, 2016|Health & Well-being|0 Comments

Reasons to continue training during pregnancy

There’s often a lack of clarity when it comes to exercising during pregnancy. Information can be out-dated and at times, conflicting. What we now know if that often, exercising during pregnancy can be advisable. While you should always seek a professional and personal recommendation from a medical professional before exercising, the majority of mums-to-be will [...]

By | March 14th, 2016|Health & Well-being|0 Comments

Keep your feet safe & comfortable – for marathon lovers!

Matthew Fitzpatrick, a Podiatrist from the College of Podiatry, reveals his top tips for keeping your feet safe and comfortable before, during and after a marathon. 1) Know your feet – be aware of when they are uncomfortable. Don’t bear through the pain; make sure you check your feet for blisters or redness especially when trying out [...]

By | March 14th, 2016|Health & Well-being|0 Comments

Make your workplace better today

SPEEDLINK, GERMANY 2016: Repetitive Strain Injury normally affects parts of the upper body, such as the forearm, elbow, wrist, hands, shoulders and neck. RSI is usually caused by activity repeated over a long period of time. It often occurs in people who work with computers either typing, using a mouse or talking on the phone at an [...]

By | March 14th, 2016|Health & Well-being|0 Comments

Brits Too Lazy to Walk!

British people walk for less than 15 minutes each day More than half of us (54 per cent) admit driving or using public transport to reach a destination which is in 'easy walking distance' 17 per cent of people say they refuse to walk complaining of feeling 'tired' A fifth of Britons only walk for [...]

By | March 14th, 2016|Health & Well-being|0 Comments

Put the spring back in your step with these 10 ways to beat Spring Allergies

Spring is officially here! Warmer climates mean more time to enjoy and appreciate the outdoors. At the same time however seasonal allergies emerge in earnest to give us another ailment to fight. From sneezes to sore throats, pollen problems to eye complaints, there is a long list that we have to potentially contend with. Hay [...]

By | March 14th, 2016|Health & Well-being|0 Comments

Natural remedies to beat the winter blues

SAD is more common than you think and is said to affect over 2 million people in the UK and is almost certain to increase.  The reason for such a high number of sufferers is down to working indoors, longer working hours in artificial light, too many grey days during the winter and more shift work [...]

By | January 20th, 2016|Health & Well-being|0 Comments