The prospect of a dark and dreary January with yet another lockdown may seem almost too much to bear. But there is plenty you can do from home to support your physical and mental health.
There are no magic pills or superfoods that can prevent us catching infections such as coronavirus. But there is plenty we can do to support our immune system to do its job efficiently.
As humans, we encounter different forms of stress on a daily basis. How we choose to handle them can determine our long-term physical and emotional wellbeing.
Low carb doesn’t necessarily mean less quantity. Learn the difference between good and bad carbs and reap the nutritional rewards.
In 2002, the World Health Organisation (WHO) predicted that by 2020, two thirds of all disease worldwide would be the result of chronic diseases, most of them strongly associated with diet.
Self-care. A simple concept. But what is it really, and how many of us actually achieve it? Practised properly and regularly, it has powerful potential.
Getting in sufficient exercise isn’t as difficult as you may think. The benefits are well worth the effort too – exercise actually gives us energy.
Medicine has advanced in so many ways and will continue to do so, yet the most powerful and fundamental principle remains: prevention is always better than cure.
In a wonderful book called ‘The Misleading Mind’, psychotherapist Karuna Cayton uses the principles of Buddhist psychology to explain that the true source of our dilemmas lie in our own minds. Because we tend to use labels and to see people in certain ways, we are...
When making big decisions, the ability to objectively and realistically appraise our environments is vital. Easier said than done? When it comes to stress, the answer’s probably yes. Stress puts us into hyper-vigilant adrenaline-fuelled fight or flight mode,...