Have you ever slept with a body pillow? I’ve used one for years for a range of things, but found them especially useful during pregnancy. I’ve recently come across a lovely body pillow by Kally Sleep – who, by the way produce a whole range of fantastic pillows to aid better sleep.
A diagnosis of PCOS can feel like a blessing and a curse at the same time: it’s explains the symptoms you’ve been experiencing and is a starting point for understanding how you can begin to treat them, but it also confirms that your body is in the grip of a condition for which there is no real cure and with symptoms that can include depression, anxiety and fertility problems.
A new survey from Efamol® (www.efamol.co.uk) has revealed that the UK is under-consuming oily fish with 60% saying they haven’t eaten it in the last week and a quarter (25%) saying they haven’t eaten it in the last six months. A fifth of those surveyed (19%) never eat it.
Half of UK adults have no idea that your diet can affect your eyesight. A poll of 2,000 adults found 49 per cent are clueless when it comes to the nutrients and vitamins which can boost eye health.
Britain is eating more cheese products. According to some estimates, more than 62% of shoppers are adding more cheese snacks to their shopping basket compared with a few years ago. That’s a dramatic increase, and it couldn’t come at a better time.
Pregnancy can be a confusing time for mums-to-be and also their partners. It doesn’t help that there remain so many conflicting thoughts and opinions about pregnancy.
Encouraging your children to brush can be difficult, particularly if they are of a young age. However, with a few simple changes and regular check-ups at an affordable dental practice, you can begin to prioritise oral health alongside a healthy lifestyle.
Back at the start of July, you might remember me telling you about a new health start up called The Restored, passionate about the four foundations of health: Sleep; Nutrition; Movement; and Mindset. Here is an update.