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  • Posture and Sitting – Tips to help!

    Posture and Sitting – Tips to help!

    August 10, 2017

    Our lifestyles today mean that we spend far too much time with our bodies in ‘flexion’, which is very bad for posture and maintaining a strong back and core. These habits that you do everyday can really make a difference to your general health and wellbeing. Here in this article I share some advice along … Read More

  • The Importance of Eating a Good Breakfast!

    The Importance of Eating a Good Breakfast!

    July 3, 2017

      As we rest overnight out bodies are ‘fasting’, hence that could be a good 7 plus hours without food.  By not having breakfast you will negatively affect your concentration levels, your mood and even your weight maintenance.  By 11am I’d imagine you’d be very hungry and much more likely to overeat, make bad choices and consume … Read More

  • Exercise and Hormone Balance

    Exercise and Hormone Balance

    May 1, 2017

    Feeling a bit off?  Keep working out but you don’t see results? Whenever you feel off, your hormones could be the cause.  About half of depressed people have elevated levels of the stress hormone cortisol.  Consistently high levels may lower your body’s production of mood stabilising brain chemicals like serotonin and dopamine. Exercise helps to … Read More

  • Exercise and it’s Positive Effects on the Brain

    Exercise and it’s Positive Effects on the Brain

    April 23, 2017

    When you exercise your body releases chemicals called endorphins.  These endorphins interact with the receptors in your brain that reduce your perception of pain.  These neurotransmitters trigger a positive feeling in the body leading to a positive and energetic look on life!  The neuron receptors that endorphins bind to are the same ones that bind some pain medicines.  … Read More

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