5 Steps to a Happier Day

By Sharon Moore on October 24, 2014

Life is all about making choices. Every day, we have a choice to be happy than to be sad, to smile than to cry, and to live life to the fullest than get stuck in the hurts of the past. Sounds too hard to do? Here are five simple things you can start doing today to make every day a happy day: Get physical. A daily dose of exercise can keep you feeling good [Read More…]

Things Every Personal Trainer Wants You to Know

By Lisa Franchi on October 24, 2014

Just hired a personal trainer? Good for you! Having the skills, knowledge and experience in the field of weight loss and fitness, this person may take you to your goals easily. But before you imagine yourself being able to wear those pair of bathing suits again, there are some things that your personal trainer (and all other personal trainers out there) want [Read More…]

How Gut Bacteria affects Brain Health

By Rebecca Lewis on October 24, 2014

The human gut is often referred to as the “second brain”. It houses the microbiome – the collection of bacteria living in the gastrointestinal tract which plays a complex and critical role in the health of its host. The microbiome interacts with and influences organ systems throughout the body, including, as research is revealing, the brain [Read More…]

Despite their Pessimism, Depressed People Believe in Better Life Ahead – Researchers Find

By Amy Taylor on October 23, 2014

Whilst middle-aged adults with a history of depression typically evaluated their past and current lives in more negative terms than did adults without depression, such negativity didn’t extend to their beliefs about the future. Despite their condition, depressed people are optimistic about the future. These are the findings of a team of researchers at [Read More…]

Scientifically Proven Ways to Stay Happy at Work

By Lisa Franchi on October 23, 2014

Is your job giving you sense of fulfilment and happiness? Or is it simply stressing you out? It is normal to feel tired and stressed at work from time to time. But it shouldn’t be the case day after day. If quitting is not your option, you might want to read through and consider some scientifically proven ways to stay happy at work that we will discuss [Read More…]

7 Things Every Nutritionist Wants You to Know

By Sharon Moore on October 23, 2014

Most of the time, getting fit and healthy is a difficult challenge. There’s just way too much information out there about what we should or should not do. For instance, some say we should avoid snacking, whilst other say we should have several mini-meals per day. Other people say fat is bad, others say it’s not. Some recommend moderate physical a [Read More…]

Ways You Could Become Your Own Best Friend

By Lisa Franchi on October 22, 2014

Having friends and family members to support you when you’re going through difficult moments in your life can really feel comforting. But instead of relying on othersall the time, there are also a number of reasons why you should create your own internal support system.For instance, imagine having no one to turn to for help. When you are self-reliant, [Read More…]

8 Reasons Why Loneliness Is Not Good For You (And What You Can Do to Get Over It)

By Amy Taylor on October 22, 2014

Nobody wants to be lonely – so goes a popular song. But the thing is that we all go through the pangs of loneliness from time to time. Here are some surprising facts about loneliness that will make you realise its impact on your health and well-being, and why you should strive to be less lonely each and every time. Loneliness has symptoms similar to s [Read More…]

New Study Finds Magnesium May Reduce Diabetes Risk

By Rebecca Lewis on October 22, 2014

Getting the daily recommended amount of magnesium can help reduce diabetes risk, even among those who are already showing signs of the condition. That’s the latest findings from Tufts University, and published in the journal Diabetes Care. The new study found that healthy people with the highest magnesium intake were 37 percent less likely to develop [Read More…]

10 Ways to Get the Most from Your Next Massage Therapy Session

By Amy Taylor on October 21, 2014

You know that massage therapy is good for you. This natural treatment provides a wide range of health benefits, from improved mood to better blood flow, less stress, anxiety relief, and sharper mind. But how do you get the most out of massage? Here are some things your therapist wants you to know. Breathe. When your massage therapist is working on an ar [Read More…]

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