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Ten tips for a healthy life

1. Exercise. People who exercise regularly have raised levels of infection fighting cells in their blood, they also have more energy. A daily exercise routine, even a short walk, will help ward off seasonal sniffles, create feelings of wellbeing, help you reduce tension and relax. Aim for 30 minutes a day, ideally.

Why do people attend a kinesiologist?

People attend a kinesiologist for a number of reasons:

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

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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?

Are stress and illness blocking your energy, health, life and well-being?

At one time or another in our lives, people of all ages experience stress – it is part and parcel of everyday living and can be an appropriate reaction to some situations. The adrenaline released by stress helps us to respond quickly in dangerous situations, but if we are unable to switch off this state of high alert we can put excessive strain on our bodies. This leads to anxiety, sleeplessness, recurring headaches and many other symptoms.

Boots asthma awareness day today

The significant increase in the prevalence of asthma is fast becoming a worldwide health issue. The World Health Organisation figures for 2007 estimate that there are currently 300 million asthma sufferers worldwide and mortality rates are also on the rise.

 

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