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Health Blog

  • Eight Great Foods to Help You Sleep More Soundly

    Everyone craves a good night's sleep but you might not know that there are certain foods that can help with improving the quality of your sleep.

    We share eight suggestions.


  • The Top Ten Benefits of Learning to Play a Musical Instrument

    Learning to play a musical instrument helps adults and children alike to appreciate a wonderful form of artistic expression. 

    The music itself is enough reason to get your children into music lessons if you can.

    Learning to play a musical instrument has so many benefits – whether it’s building your confidence, enhancing your memory or widening your social circle.

    We share ten reasons why you should consider taking up an instrument this year.

  • What Can You Do If You Have a Fear of Heights?

    It is surprisingly common for people of all ages to have a fear of heights.  This phobia is known as acrophobia.

    When such a fear is experienced, it can also lead to anxiety and panic attacks.  It is said that some three to six percent of people suffer from acrophobia and it is even considered normal for many to feel nervous and tense when high up - with young children and animals having an innate fear of falling.

    We share more information about the symptoms and how you can help to overcome this phobia.

  • Arthritis and How It Can Affect Your Knees

    When you have arthritis, the knees are often one of the areas most affected. 

    In some sufferers, it becomes serious enough to warrant a knee replacement of one or even both knees.  But in others, doing the right sort of exercise can be extremely helpful...

  • Vitamin D and How Too Little is Often Recommended

    The whole problem with Vitamin D is that you cannot get much of this vital vitamin from what you eat.

    And added to that is, although the medical profession are in agreement that raising your vitamin D levels is a good thing, they continue to recommend laughably low recommendations for vitamin D intake in solving the ongoing deficiency epidemic.  Higher vitamin D intake will also help to reduce adverse health conditions.

    Find out more about the importance of testing your levels and how to go about increasing your vitamin D intake...

  • Top Ten Tips for Boosting the Brain and the Memory

    Unfortunately, we are all getting older and, as this happens, small lapses in memory and other cognitive functions may become more common.

    Whatever our age, there are simple steps to take to keep the brain healthy and boost our memory.

    We share our top ten tips to this end... 

  • Got Cellulite or Stretch Marks?

    Cellulite and stretch marks will often appear on similar parts of the body but they are two different skin conditions.

    Find out more about the different signs and what you can do about them...

  • Do You Have Moles on Your Skin?

    It is important to have a mole checked by a dermatologist if you notice changes in a mole's color, height, size or shape or if they they bleed, ooze, itch or become tender or painful.

    However, the good news is that it is rare for a mole to be suspicious or dangerous.  The exception being those that look different than other existing moles or those that first appear after age of twenty five. 

    Find out more...

  • Reduce the Appearance of Scars

    A scar is a mark left on the skin after a wound or injury has healed. Scars are of course a natural part of the healing process and the good news is that most scars will fade.  However, they will never disappear completely.

  • Got Verrucas or Plantar Warts?

    You might know them as verrucas or you might have come across the term plantar warts but either way they are same skin condition.

    Plantar warts and verrucas are the same thing being warts that occur on the soles of the feet and caused by an infection with HPV.

    This type of wart is contagious and can spread through direct contact or by touching surfaces that an infected person has touched.


  • Casein and Its Link to Healing Wounds

    Scientists at the University College London in the UK have been doing research, finding that when bandages are infused with casein, which is a protein found in cow's milk and currently used as a weight-training supplement, can significantly speed up would healing when compared with normal  dressings.  But this is not the only natural remedy for wound healing, we also take a look at Manuka honey which has had a similar reputation for centuries.

  • How to Reduce the Risk of Dementia Now

     You might think it too late to start reducing your risk of dementia but think again - it is never too late or too early to work on improving your brain health.

    With some fifty million people living with dementia worldwide, it is easy to see what a major health problem this has become for us all.

    Research is now telling us to start making those changes in your lifestyle as young as your thirties to help lower your own risk of being affected.

    And if you start to make those changes at a younger age, you will help to prevent or handle other health conditions too as well as your own wellbeing...