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Mental stimulation basically translates to “giving your brain a good work out”! Why is this important? And how do we go about achieving good levels of mental stimulation?
In some countries melatonin is a drug that’s sold over the counter in phrarmacies to help with insomnia and jet-lag, but melatonin isn’t only something you can find in drugstore bottles. Long before scientists worked out how to produce melatonin … Continue reading
I’m a strong believer that every part of your body gives you clues about what’s going on inside, and the nails are no exception. The state of your nails could well-reflect the state of your health. Medical study has observed … Continue reading
Around 17.7% of American adults have used nutritional supplements in the past year according to one recent survey. But do we really need to supplement our diets with multivitamins and minerals? And if so, why do we need supplements?
Do you dread winter rolling round because you know it marks the beginning of you suffering from one cold after another? Does the sound of a sneeze or a cough make you want to run in the opposite direction because … Continue reading
You’re in bed under a warm, toasty duvet, and yet your feet feel like they’re inside a freezer. Perhaps you’re in bed with someone and as their toes touch your bare feet you jump because it feels like someone’s put … Continue reading
You wake up, pad down the hall to the bathroom, yawn, and as you do so, you notice the flowers wilt in the nearby vase. OK, so maybe your breath isn’t quite bad enough to fell a flower, but we’ve … Continue reading
Ever felt seemingly inexplicable changes in your energy levels or mood at different hours of the day? There are many factors which can affect energy levels and mood. Sugar levels, hormone and brain chemical fluctuations all contribute to energy and … Continue reading
The infamous stomach gurgle is a bane to many of us. Especially if we are often performing in front of others. Lecturers, radio presenters, TV presenters and teachers dread the moment when their stomach decides to erupt into song at … Continue reading
Most of us are familiar with that sleepiness that falls upon us after eating a really big satisfying meal. The “food coma effect” is most prevalent after massive meals, like after Christmas dinner or the Thanksgiving meal. What you’re suffering … Continue reading