Month: November 2018

Vitamin D

Vitamin D, also known as the sunshine vitamin, is a fat-soluble vitamin, produced by the body in response to the skin being exposed to sunlight. Vitamin D is very important throughout the body and has […]

Your Sleep Environment

Getting a full night’s sleep every night is important to our overall health and wellbeing. Whilst you sleep, the body starts to work, recovering from the day’s activities, healing damaged cells, recharging and boosting your […]

How logging your Nutrition can benefit your health.

Sometimes it can help to log your daily food intake. This allows you to see exactly how much and what you are eating each day and it makes you more accountable for your choices. Research […]

Gratitude Savouring

Gratitude savouring is important as so often in life, we spend more time berating ourselves for not reaching our goals, than we do savouring the joy of achieving something great. Unfortunately, this helps our brain […]

Does our Mental Health suffer more during the Winter months?

It is scientifically proven that shorter daylight hours and a lack of sunshine can affect our mood. When the winter blues creep in it makes it harder for us remain alert and motivated. Our bodies […]

How do you handle life’s ups and downs?

We all have mental health and, just like our physical health, it goes up and down. When we feel stressed, anxious, low or have trouble sleeping, there are simple actions we can take to manage […]


This month is the annual Movember movement across the world, an opportunity to raise awareness and tackle the issue of men’s health. Movember is the leading charity taking action and tackling men’s health, addressing some […]

Yoga and Back Pain

Yoga is an ancient practise that brings together mind and body. It incorporates breathing techniques, exercise, meditation and poses, and is designed to encourage relaxation. Practising yoga can have many positive benefits both mentally and […]

Staying active this winter

Winter is nearly upon us!! It is that time of the year where we want to stay inside and snuggle up in the warmth by the fire, eat lots of food and do less activity […]

Staying well this winter

The cold and flu season is unfortunately upon us! The common cold and seasonal flu are caused by viruses and as most of us know, flu symptoms are usually more serious than the sneezing and […]