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Are you getting a good night’s sleep?

Getting a good night’s sleep is key for a healthy life. Most adults need six to eight hours sleep each night, and not getting the correct amount can have a serious effect on your health and wellbeing.

New city clinic helps people to improve their sleep

Do you regularly have difficulty falling or staying asleep? Are you chronically too tired to function? Are your legs active or restless at night? Does chronic pain or digestive problems affect your sleep?

Eight ways to beat fatigue

1.Try to get a good night’s sleep. It rejuvenates the mind and body. Many people who complain of tiredness are not sleeping enough. Persistent lack of sleep leads to fatigue, irritability, tension and inefficiency.

CherryActive—the natural catalyst for sports performance

CherryActive is taken by pro and amateur athletes and fitness enthusiasts, serious about getting the most out of their training programmes. CherryActive has been shown to speed up recovery after workouts and training session, helping take your fitness training and sports performance to the next level.

CherryActive—the natural catalyst for sports performance

CherryActive is taken by pro and amateur athletes and fitness enthusiasts, serious about getting the most out of their training programmes. CherryActive has been shown to speed up recovery after workouts and training session, helping take your fitness training and sports performance to the next level.

Sleep tight

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When the alarm goes off in the morning do you spring out of bed, eager to face the new day? Or maybe you linger a little longer mentally building yourself up to the challenge of leaving blanketstreet? Or do you press the snooze button and go back to sleep?

Sleep tight

image preview

When the alarm goes off in the morning do you spring out of bed, eager to face the new day? Or maybe you linger a little longer mentally building yourself up to the challenge of leaving blanketstreet? Or do you press the snooze button and go back to sleep?

Night work linked to increased rates of cancer

The Danish government has recently begun paying compensation to women who have developed breast cancer after long spells working nights following a ruling by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), an arm of the UN's World Health Organisation.

 

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