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There are a lot of well kept secrets in the west. John Huston’s beach is one. It is all about the ingredients when it comes to this undiscovered beauty spot. It is situated on an inlet on the rugged Atlantic shoreline. It has pristine white sand. It is small enough to be intimate yet big enough to be striking. And it has that extra bit of magic of having been used as a west of Ireland hideaway by one of the most famous directors in Hollywood in the last century. Part of the magic of the beach is that not many people know it exists, but those who do will tell you that it is one of the best little beaches in the world.
If you are feeling low on energy, feel tired often, or never seem to be able to get enough sleep, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) can help.
We have natural sleeping and waking patterns, knows as circadian rhythms, which refer to fluctuations in body temperature, hormone levels, energy levels, and sleep. These occur over a 24-hour period, driven by the brain’s biological ‘clock’. These natural rhythms from day to night allow us to have an abundance of energy throughout the day, but also encourage us to wind down and switch off at night in order to have six to eight hours of restful and restorative sleep.
Do you want results fast? Used by more than two million people in Germany and Belgium, the Milon Suite is the perfect solution for people who want to be fit and healthy but do not like exercise or do not have much free time.
Broadcaster and journalist Lorraine Keane discovered by accident that she was in the early stages of the perimenopause - a transitional time which can last anything between four and 10 years prior to menopause.
It does not get any easier for Kieran Keane's Connacht as they head to the home of the Guinness PRO 14 champions Scarlets.
Do you want to get a hardcore workout, but don’t have the money or time for a personal trainer? Do you want results fast? Two million people across Europe are using the Milon circuit - which is now exclusively available at Fitness 35 in Briarhill, Galway.
Dr Dilis Clare and her experienced clinical team will be running a series of seminars on various health conditions and concerns over the next number of months in the Clinical Science Institute, NUI Galway. The first of these seminars is on Thursday September 28 at 7pm, where food intolerances and how they can affect your health and wellbeing will be discussed by clinical nutritionist Michelle Hanley.
People often describe the feeling of being exhausted, washed out or weary and generally lacking in energy.
A book written by a Galway fitness trainer and former fitness model became a bestseller on Amazon, the online retail giant, within 24 hours of going on the market.