How Remedial Massage Can Benefit You

March 7, 2014 | Filed Under Articles | Leave a Comment 
Everybody knows that getting a massage can leave you feeling relaxed and refreshed. After a hard day’s work, a whole body massage can feel extremely rewarding. Even a simple foot massage can do wonders. But have you ever heard of a massage that can do more than make you feel good? A remedial massage is more than a relaxation massage, it can be a therapeutic one. This massage treats the entire body. The best part

Vinegar for Your Spa: Three Ways to Use Vinegar

March 6, 2014 | Filed Under Home remedies | Leave a Comment 
Cleaning your spa can feel like an ordeal. It is, nonetheless important. Moreover, it’s not just the shell of the vessel that you need to clean thoroughly but its various parts like the filter, the heater and more. Spa or hot tub filters are responsible for keeping the dirt and debris from collecting on the surface of the water. The filters sieve the dirt as well as bacteria in the water, thereby helping in addin

How To Identify An Eating Disorder

March 5, 2014 | Filed Under Diseases | Leave a Comment 
Eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia are serious illnesses that many women suffer from. Yes, there are some men who also suffer from eating disorders, but the majority of victims are women. There is a lot of pressure from our society today to look a certain way or to be a certain size and it can take a toll on a person. Unfortunately, some women want so much to fit an unrealistic standard that they starve the

Exercise Etiquette: Top 5 Mistakes Gym Newbies Might Make

March 4, 2014 | Filed Under Articles | Leave a Comment 
You finally joined a gym, signed on the line, and you’re officially a member of the fitness club. Good for you! You’ve probably been given a tour of the machines by an employee, and now you’re on your own. Excited. Nervous. Alone. It’s normal at this point to feel a bit self-conscious about being the new kid in the gym, but if you know some basic mistakes to avoid, you won’t stand out. (Or at least you wo

Healthy Habits: 5 Ways To Live A Healthier Life

March 3, 2014 | Filed Under Health | Leave a Comment 
Living a healthy life is not always easy and getting into a new, healthy routine can take a lot of energy. However, you can alter your lifestyle with small changes to improve not only your health but also help you to feel better about yourself. We found 5 simple ways to live a healthier life. 1. Exercise more often By now everyone knows that exercise is vital for living a healthy life. But in the busy world that w

How To Get Rid of Cavities

March 2, 2014 | Filed Under Articles | Leave a Comment 
Cavities are often the result of poor oral hygiene due from not properly brushing and flossing your teeth on a regular basis and can damage the look and feel of our teeth. Over time, the cavities will begin to decay your tooth and can even start to cause problems with your gums and nerves. You will be able to notice that there is a problem with trouble with your gums, sensitive teeth, bad breath, and even a toothac

Treating 4 Chronic Illnesses with Hydrotherapy

March 1, 2014 | Filed Under Articles | Leave a Comment 
To begin with, let’s understand what hydrotherapy is. In simplest of words, hydrotherapy means treatment of ailments using only water. Different aspects of water, for example, pressure, buoyancy, stream, speed, force, weight etc., are deployed to treat different physical conditions. Hydrotherapy has been a part of alternative medicine since quite a long time. Even today, hydrotherapy and innovative techniques th

The Symptoms Of Work-Related Stress And Your Right To Claim Compensation

February 28, 2014 | Filed Under Articles | Leave a Comment 
Almost everyone experience a certain degree of stress at some point in their working years. In fact, 31% of women suffer from continued and long-term work-related stress while it affects 24% of men. Although occasional stress can be considered as a natural part of living, chronic and intense stress can become a substantial health problem. If you or you know someone who suffers from chronic work-related stress, you

The A-Z’s Of Zinc Deficiency

February 27, 2014 | Filed Under Nutrition Update | Leave a Comment 
Zinc deficiency is common in the developing world today. Even in the United States, about 12 percent of the population, and perhaps as many as 40 percent of the elderly, are probably at risk for zinc deficiency. Other affected regions include South Asia (Bangladesh and India in particular), Africa, and the Western Pacific. According to the Linus Pauling Institute, clinical zinc deficiency in humans was first descri

8 Vitamins & Supplements To Help Lift Your Mood & Your Relationship

February 26, 2014 | Filed Under Nutrition Supplements | Leave a Comment 
This time of year can be tough for even the brightest of souls. The days are getting shorter, the mornings colder and our immune systems are taking a battering from a multitude of office viruses!  Faced with the prospect of another endless UK winter, it can be hard to stay positive. And, as the grey days roll into weeks, it’s those closest to us who are most likely to get the brunt of our bad mood (and us of the

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