If you’ve recently found yourself feeling a bit sluggish or unmotivated, it might be time to make some positive changes to your routine. Although this might be a daunting thought, it doesn’t have to be anything too extreme!
Just as restrictions are lifted, temperatures are soaring, and the prospect of exciting holidays and social gatherings are on the horizon, the met office has issued high pollen count warnings across the country, signalling misery for many.
We are just starting the summer holidays here in Wales and I’m busy mapping out what our summer will look like. I try to include lots of walks and time outside, as I find everyone is better behaved outdoors and when they keep moving.
The bottom line is that iron is essential to life. It contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and also plays an important role in normal energy metabolism, oxygen transport, cognitive function, immune function and formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin. We need it!
We’ve been trying out the Zerowater 12 cup filter, which is priced at £39.99. It comes with a total dissolved solids reader so you can test your area’s water quality before and after. Some cities like Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, London have water readings of over 280, after using Zerowater it goes to 0 – impressive bit of kit!
#KeepWalesSafe is the Welsh Government’s official response to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. Whilst the mass vaccination programme continues across Wales, the Delta variant of Coronavirus, which may be more transmissible than other variants, remains a cause of concern.
Over the last eighteen months, we’ve all had to get used to a new way of life. Working from home has been a great change for many of us, but for others it’s meant working longer days and feeling drained from the extra workload and lack of social interaction. When we feel drained in the evenings after being sat in front of a screen all day, it can be difficult to find the motivation to get active and burn off some calories. The result is many of us feeling even more lethargic and seeing those extra pounds creep on.
There’s a lot of assumptions and misinformation when it comes to visiting your dentist. Because of their fear of visiting a dental practice some patients experience, these myths can, unfortunately, become a fact in no time.