Archive for ‘General Health’

Tips to help you fall pregnant naturally

 

 

 

Before starting to try for a baby, it’s important that you and your partner are as healthy as possible. This includes giving up smoking, eating healthily (especially eating loads of fresh fruit and vegetables), exercising regularly and not drinking alcohol in excess.

For women, it is important …

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The Benefits of Green Tea

 

 

 

Over the last few years, green tea has been touted as a miracle cure for almost every modern health ailment going. It’s been associated with cancer prevention, a lower heart disease risk, reduced blood pressure and it’s even been linked with weight loss.

In this article I

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Simple Back Pain Relief Exercises

 

Back pain, in particular lower back pain, is one of the most common muskulo-skeletal problems that I encounter in my clinical practice. In fact, lower back pain is one of the leading causes of absence from work, globally.

Up to 85% of people will experience back pain periodically and

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Is there a “Male Menopause?”

 

The accurate answer to this question of course is no, as the menopause refers to the cessation of menstruation in women.

However once a man reaches the age of 30, the testosterone production in his body will decrease by an average rate of 1 to 2 percent per year. 

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“Sweet dreams are made of this…”

 

We spend approximately one third of our lives doing it. It is unsurprising therefore that sleep is one of the most valuable and underrated tools we have to help us improve our health and wellbeing.

Why do we sleep?

This is a question which has baffled scientist for

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Understanding Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)

 

What is blood pressure?

This is the pressure of blood in your arteries, measured in millimeters Mercury (mmHg). The systolic top reading (systolic pressure) is the pressure at which blood is pumped around your body when your heart beats and the bottom reading (diastolic pressure), is the residual pressure

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