Are you looking for ways to create a healthier lifestyle for your family? If so, you’re in luck! In this blog post, we will discuss four simple ways that you can make healthy changes for your loved ones. Making small changes can significantly impact overall health, and it’s essential to start early. Implementing these strategies can help your family live longer and be happier and healthier!
It’s no secret the past two years have been incredibly challenging for most people. All the restrictions and uncertainty have made it really hard to make plans and do all the usual things you love to do. But, the good news is things seem to be calming down, and spring is in the air. So as the last weeks of winter pass by, it is time to start focusing on new beginnings. Spring is a time of change and provides the opportunity to reset and make a fresh start.
While it might be easy, we should all do what we can to make sure that we’re not taking our eyes for granted. Vision is a wonderful gift, and you should make sure to take care of it. Just like you need to get into moving more often to take care of your body, you need to take steps to keep your eyes in good health, too. Here, we’re going to look at the steps you can take to prevent your sight from deteriorating.
You know the phrase – it’s just like riding a bike? Well, if you don’t already ride a bike regularly, it is time to put that into action!
As we end 2021 and head into a new year, chances are you’re already planning your weight and fitness goals among other things. Now, before you rush off to check out the latest weight loss diet or exercise equipment, it’s important to note that you can probably get in better shape without those two things.
It is always natural that you will face challenges and get stressed, overwhelmed, and develop strong but unstable emotions. This is usually common after traumatic events where you develop strong emotions and lingering reactions such as disbelief, difficulty in sleeping, chronic problems and feelings of shock and frustration. The essential thing is dealing with your condition and managing stress in such circumstances.
Stress can arise from various things such as the demands of your job, juggling your daily responsibilities, past experiences, etc. However, how you deal with stress can make all the difference. A study revealed that about 1 in every 14 adults in the UK feel stressed daily. Handling stress takes an intentional effort, and here are some things to avoid when doing so.
As we move further into November, the new year is almost upon us, and this means it’s almost time to start making those dreaded New Year’s Resolutions.
I can honestly say that my periods have played a massive part of my life for many years. I have always had heavy, painful periods and have missed key events in my life from sports days, to friends weddings, had days off work and even had incidents as serious as missing an exam at university. It has been the making and breaking of me as, by having heavy periods I have really had to pay more attention to the food I eat as it often heightens the pain I have each month; if I so happen to eat too many sweet treats!
*Recipe from Louise Palmer Masterton, founder of Stem & Glory: https://www.stemandglory.uk/