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Category Archives: Wellbeing

5 Places that would be the Worst to Clean

At the thought of a spring clean, many people will grimace when thinking about cleaning the toilet, cleaning out the gutters, unblocking drains or removing mould from the bathroom ceiling. Unfortunately, cleaning is a necessary part of life. It is one of those things that just has to be done. Whether you leave it and leave it until it gets ... Read More »

Natural Remedies to Help you Sleep Better

Scientists have calculated that adult human beings need between 7-9 hours of sleep a night. Most achieve just 6.5 hours. Due to our hectic lifestyles, we are becoming an increasingly sleep-deprived nation, which can lead to a wide range of physical and mental conditions. Read More »

Preventive Medicine Tips for Adults to Consider

Preventative medicine means taking steps that help you avoid illness proactively. Preventative medicine is far more favourable than a reactive approach (curing or treating symptoms once illness has already begun) so everybody should be taking preventative steps for their own health and wellbeing before they have to endure any illness. Read More »

Which is more hygenic: a bath or shower?

It’s a question many people often wonder, is a bath or a shower more hygienic? Some people prefer shower’s because they’re quicker, refreshing and revitalising. Other people prefer bath’s because they’re chilled, relaxing and can help to relieve stress and muscle aches and pains. Read More »

Effective Surgical And Non-Surgical Fat Reduction Procedures

The healthiest way to lose excess fat is through diet and exercise. However, in case your body fat remains unaffected by these weight-loss measures, a medical intervention would be required. This medical intervention can be surgical or non-surgical, using different techniques. It can also be the fastest and most effective way to get rid of fat. So, if you’re looking ... Read More »

Important facts about total hip replacement

In England and Wales the NHS alone performs over 50,000 total hip replacement procedures every year with many more being carried out in the private sector.  The cost of the procedure under the NHS is usually between £4,000 and £7,000. Private patients, however, can expect to pay around double this amount. The need for hip replacement surgery Chronic hip pain ... Read More »