Search Results for 'Physiology'

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Accelerated wound healing at OxyGeneration

Oxygen is not just for breathing; it's a vital element for healing and overall wellness. Hyperbaric oxygenation (HBOT) taps into the healing properties of oxygen to rejuvenate the body from the inside out.

University of Galway-led study finds people with sleep problems may be more likely to have a stroke

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A global study into causes of stroke, co-led from University of Galway, has identified that sleep problems can increase the likelihood of having a stroke.

The dangers of prolonged high temperatures

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Having lived through the status yellow - high temperature warning for Ireland over the last week, we have all been reminded of the need to manage heat properly.

Make a New Year’s resolution to take control of your high blood pressure

Croí and heart specialists at Galway University Hospital are encouraging people to make a New Year’s resolution this year to take control of their high blood pressure.

Eat what you want, but in a healthier way

In the realm of healthy eating, portion control is possibly the most important aspect, outside of choosing the right foods to eat.

How stress affects the body

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Acute stress is a response to imminent danger, it turbo charges the system with powerful hormones that can damage the cardiovascular system.

Is soreness the sign of a good workout?

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We have all been told “no pain, no gain” at some stage when it comes to exercise! Hobbling around with muscle soreness is a badge of honour showing that we’ve just dominated another workout, or not being able to sit down on the toilet without letting out a roar of agony as your poor legs struggle to support you.

Six tips to avoid overeating when WFH

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WFH (working from home) or just being stuck at home, has become a reality for many of us for some time. For some, this change in routine and surroundings has come with the temptation to mindlessly snack and overeat, sometimes even unknowingly.

Ensure you eat well during your pregnancy

Eating a healthy diet during pregnancy will help your baby develop and grow and will help keep you fit and well. You don’t need to go on a special diet, but you should follow some basic healthy eating guidelines in order to get the right balance of nutrients that you and your baby need.

Irish people eating more vegetables but not hitting healthy eating targets

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A research study by the Bord Bia Thinking House has shown that Irish people have increased their daily intake of fruit and vegetables, but their consumption still falls short of healthy eating guidelines.


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