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7 Simple Healthy Foods To Boost Your Cognitive Function

7 Simple Healthy Foods To Boost Your Cognitive Function

Is your cognitive function getting impaired because of an underlying condition, aging, or any other factor? Or maybe you are just conscious that eating healthy foods and the right foods can really help with cognitive behaviour. It certainly has been a year for mental health and physical health issues. Eating certain foods can go a long way in helping you to keep healthy. For example nuts, eggs and oily fish. VIEW the POST

5 Ways you can look after yourself this month

5 Ways you can look after yourself this month

In today's hectic and high-pressure world, it's easy to neglect your health. From bad diet to lack of sleep, poor lifestyle choices and stress, it's no wonder so many of us wake up each day feeling absolutely dreadful. It is important to look after yourself. We also have to now consider our hand hygiene, making sure we wash our hands as much as possible to try to delay the Coronavirus. VIEW the POST

How can you reach your fitness goals?

We all have a vision of what our ideal fitness would look like and feel like. Alas, the thinking bit is the easy part – the difficult part is actually making it a reality. While you’ll struggle if you’re stuck in daydream mode, there are some tried and tested methods that’ll help you to slowly inch in the right direction. Here are some tips on how to reach your fitness goals:

Relaxing on the road – it is possible!

Relaxing on the road – it is possible!

Any experienced traveller will tell you that travelling requires a certain level of stamina, especially when out on the road. Whether you’re recovering from jetlag, feeling the impact of all those late nights, all the activities, the heat, the stress and trying not to miss your connecting flights to new destinations it’s not always easy to catch your breath! VIEW the POST

5 ways to spoil yourself this month

5 ways to spoil yourself this month

Can you believe it’s April already? I guess it's nearly May! This year is flying by so quickly, it can be difficult to keep up. Hard to believe that once Easter is over with, the kids are starting the Summer Term at school! With all the deadlines, errands, social commitments and hectic weekends it can be really difficult to find any time for yourself. You might think that you don’t need any R&R but studies have shown that making time for yourself and indulging in activities that you enjoy can have a positive effect on your mental wellbeing. VIEW the POST

Tips & treatments for Periodontal Disease

Plaque is a sticky film of bacteria that forms around your teeth and your gums. Build-up over time causes your gums to swell, become irritated, and bleed. Gingivitis is the beginning stage of gum disease. As your gums weaken, pockets form between your gums and teeth. Periodontal therapy becomes necessary before tooth and bone loss results. Prevention begins with good daily oral techniques.