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Attics, garages, sheds, and spare rooms can end up filled with all sorts of items that have never been used because they do not fit in with the decor of your home, or were unwanted gifts. Spring is a perfect time to give the house a good clear-out and make some spare cash as well.
Cancer Care West, the west of Ireland cancer charity, is expanding its support service for children affected by a diagnosis of cancer in the family.
Some 46,000 young children have complex needs, often relating to slower development of speech and language faculties. Yet the Irish health service does not make adequate provision for early intervention.
Embrowdery is a method whereby ?ne strokes are penetrated into the skin for a hair-like ?nish. The appearance is completely natural and blends with or without hair along the brow bone. New nano-technology is used in the pigments which allows the colours to stay in place regardless of how thin or light the strokes are applied.
Stress is not in the mind. Acute stress is a response to imminent danger; it turbo charges the system with powerful hormones that can damage the cardiovascular system.
Teresa Curley is a highly qualified therapist/practitioner who has recently opened a new practice within the Leisureland complex. Ms Curley specialises in weight loss and obesity, while reflexology, massage, and meditation are also available at the treatment rooms.
As the evenings are gradually getting longer and the weather is becoming drearier and colder, it has never been a better time to enjoy some pampering.
There’s no better way to relax the body and mind than escaping from reality for a few hours and pampering yourself with luxury treatment at heather and Earth Spa in Ballinasloe’s Shearwater Hotel.
Acute stress is a response to imminent danger, it turbocharges the system with powerful hormones that can damage the cardiovascular system. Chronic stress can occur in response to everyday stressors that are ignored or poorly managed, as well as exposure to traumatic events. Adrenal glands react to the alert by releasing epinephrine/adrenaline, which makes the heart pump faster and the lungs work harder to flood the body with oxygen. Digestion then shuts down. This can cause significant damage and numerous symptoms.