It’s not always easy finding the correct way to live a healthier lifestyle. We’re bombarded with so much advice, it can often seem easier to do nothing at all than to follow the strict guidelines about the best way to live a happy, healthy lifestyle. So why not try a different approach? Instead of deciding to live a clean, all-out healthy lifestyle overnight, why not slowly make the transition? It’s much easier to make small, subtle changes than grand sweeping ones, after all. Below, we take a look at a few simple changes to make.
We are all growing older every day, and it is a prospect that frightens many of us. We aren’t going to live forever, so it is understandable our mortality weighs heavily on our minds. One day we are going to die – sad but true. It makes sense then to try to find ways to stay alive for as long as possible. The secret to this? A good diet and a supportive family. At least according to this report, where the oldest living woman on earth, Nabi Tajima, died aged 117 in Japan, a country renowned for its long life expectancy.
There are all sorts of reasons that you may end up checking into the doctor’s surgery for a consultation. But more often than not, we end up putting our appointments off and leaving things to develop into a relatively desperate or dismal state of affairs before we prioritise our health and wellbeing and actually turn up.
Countless hordes of women feel like they’re on a lifelong diet which never works. Despite the fact they’ve been ‘watching what they eat’ since the early 90s, they have yet to reach that goal weight. In fact, things have only gotten worse, no matter how much they deprive themselves. It hardly seems fair, does it?
There’s nothing worse than feeling cold at night, is there? Nothing’s better for disturbing our sleep and leaving us grouchy and deprived. Whether it’s your feet or your whole body, you’ll definitely struggle to rest if you get a chill overnight. Here are some ideas on how to stop those cold sheets from ruining your sleep.
With one of the coldest months on record, where we have been visited by the “beast from the east” along with his smaller cousin it seems winter is still upon us. Indeed, it feels somewhat like the Bill Murray film “Groundhog Day” where winter seems to last forever.
A good night’s sleep is the most restorative, needful thing for our health and wellbeing, but the epidemic of insomnia is affecting more and more of us.
Everyone needs to sleep but are you getting the best sleep? There are loads of common mistakes that people are making that can affect their sleep quality. I found this handy info sheet online and thought I would share its wisdom with you in the hope that we can all sleep better.
No matter what we are doing in our lives, we can often be guilty of burning the candle at both ends, wouldn’t you agree? Work deadlines to meet, friends to catch up with, hobbies and interests to enjoy, that often we are not left with much time for ourselves. Time where we can really be in touch with who we are and how we actually feel. But while we can’t just invent having more time, wouldn’t that be awesome, we can certainly do things daily and make small changes that will help us to take better care of ourselves. I wanted to share with you some of the ways you can do it.
We all know that fast food can be gross and generally unhealthy for us. What we don’t know is what is in there. And we don’t want to know either. But some people have gotten a real wake-up call when they found gross things in their food.