Bare trees and frosty mornings truly mark the turning of the seasons and the penultimate end to British summertime. This gruelling transition also comes hand-in-hand with our annual battle with the ‘winter blues’. But, the ‘winter blues’ is not just a yearly phenomenon, rather it is a fully-fledged medical condition known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
Seasonal Affective Disorder, commonly referred to as the ‘winter blues’ or abbreviated to ‘SAD’, is a form of depression that’s related to the changing of seasons.
Suffering from back or neck pain can hugely impact on your quality of life. The activities that you once enjoyed may not be as enjoyable anymore. But, if you’ve tried and exhausted all the remedies for your pain and found no success, try looking to inversion therapy for an alternative solution.
Inversion therapy is a spinal traction technique that involves being suspended in an inverted position. This position helps to reduce gravitational pressure on the nerve roots and spinal discs.
Talking about reproductive health conditions in women is often a taboo topic in the workplace. Frequently, the narrative is dismissed as a “women’s issue” and quickly hidden away. But, it’s time to stop ignoring the problem and recognise these issues as serious workplace health concerns.
In this week’s episode of the See Her Thrive podcast, Clare Knox is joined by Kegel8 Founder and Managing Director, Stephanie Taylor, as they discuss the importance of the pelvic floor, top tips and tricks to improve pelvic floor health, and the array of benefits of Kegel8’s pelvic toners.
Pain- it’s a fact of life. It can strike at anytime and anywhere on the body, sometimes it’s a short, sharp burst that is gone within a couple of minutes, but it can also last for days, week or even years. There is little that can be done to stop pain ever occurring but there is a lot we can do to manage it so that your quality of life doesn’t have to suffer.
Elvie, you may have heard of it by now, it's the pelvic floor trainer the A-listers at the Oscars recived last year. We bring you a conversation with one of the co-creators, Tania Boler about how she created the kegel exerciser loved by Gwyneth Paltrow.
A Menstrual cup, most of you will have heard of them, but most of you don't use one. There seems to be a perception that they are a bit unhygienic and just a hippy trend. This couldn't be further from the truth. The benefits to you and the environment easily outweigh and negative perceptions you will have about them. Read on to find out what they are.
If someone mentions pelvic floor exercises then you would probably associate them with incontinence, which would be correct but you probably didn’t know that a strong pelvic floor is also essential for an healthy and amazing love life.
Kegel exercise is the best way to keep your pelvic floor in strong, effective and in tip top condition. But like the other muscles in your body, you need the right nutrients for the muscles to work to the very best. Supplements will work alongside pelvic floor exercises to make your pelvic floor stronger and healthier from the inside out.
Whether it’s been a heavy Christmas, or you have a holiday coming up at some point you will probably make changes in your lifestyle to try and lose some weight. It is a common belief that to lose the weight there are 2 lifestyle changes you need to make; exercise more and eat better. However, there is a forgotten factor that can have a serious impact on your success.
In 2017 MEDintim surveyed their customers to discover how satisfied they were with there erection device but also get some background as to the reasons they needed to use it and what could be the cause etc.