When the clocks go back at the end of October around three million people in the UK will begin our annual battle with the ‘winter blues’, but did you know there is actually a medical condition known as SAD that is the reason you feel worse over winter.
A sore and stiff back will affect just about everyone as some point in our lives, in fact the number is as high as 8 out of 10 people. Your back holds your whole body up right and only really ever gets a rest when you lay down, all this work it gets through eventually takes its toll on your back. Many people just accept that they will be a victim of back pain for the rest of their life so accept medication as their only option. However medications can have nasty side effects on your health so relying on them isn’t a reccomended, but what else can you do?
A migraine is a severe headache with symptoms that may include a throbbing pain affecting the front or side of the head, nausea, vomiting and sensitivity to lights. Migraines can least between a few hours to around 3 days. Migraines are reasonable common in the UK with women affect more than men, 1 in 5 women suffer from them whilst only 1 in 15 men do.
Your intimate area is actually really awesome, it pretty much takes care and cleans itself. It is home to millions of tiny organisms called vaginal flora that work with your body to keep your vagina in perfect healthy condition. The problem is that these organisms are very delicate little things and if you don’t take care of them properly then it can lead to problems such as infection.
Ah spring, the birds are beginning to sing, there is beautiful pollen on the trees, the sky is turning blue. Everything seems just a bit better in the world but no sooner has spring arrived than your season allergies do too and in a flash the “ah” becomes “ah-choo”. Going outdoors between spring and autumn becomes more of a punishment rather than a pleasure. Below are some top tips on how you can reduce the effects of your allergies.
Picture the scene, the earliest humans chilling out in their cave homes after just tucking into a big delicious meal, bellies just about to burst. Do you think when they went to do a number two that they visited a lovely, clean, and shiny porcelain toilet like you would?
Light- the natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visible but is that all it is useful for? The answer is no, light at various frequencies and wavelengths has various uses. For this article, we will be focusing on low level light therapy (LLLT). LLLT can regrow hair, heal wounds, manage chronic pain, and even rejuvenate skin, yet it remains unfamiliar to many.
You’re now probably wondering what is LLLT, what can it be used for, and more importantly does it actually work? Here’s everything you need to know about how and why LLLT works, what it’s used for.
Everyone loves summer, the hot afternoons in the garden with a BBQ with your nearest and dearest, sounds perfect doesn’t it. Its all great when the sun is shining and you can relax outside and top up your tan. However when the day is done and you have to crawl into bed the heat is no longer a blessing but more of a curse. Sweaty and sticky nights lead you to having very little good quality sleep which can really affect your mood the next day. You don’t have to put up with it though, below are some simple but very effective things you can do to help you nod off this summer.
Men’s health week is a charity campaign that runs 12-18 June with the aim of increasing awareness and knowledge of the pressing health issues that men are facing today. 1 in 5 men die before the age of 65 and die on average 6 years before women worldwide.
Did you know there are 10 ways you can help reduce the allergens around your bedroom this summer to steer you away from sniffles and sneezes. Read on to find out how and you will also find a 20% off offer code to help you just a little more.