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Category: Blood pressure & heart disease

With Men’s Health Week running from 10-16 June, it’s a great opportunity to ask yourself, do you look after your health? Could you take better care of yourself? If the answer is yes, how would you begin to do so? According to a survey, 9…

Workplace health should be at the top of the priority list for each business, with the cost of an unhealthy workforce costing the economy an estimated £60 billion each year. This equates to an average business of 250 employees losing approximately £4800 per week due…

Research has found that consuming a Mediterranean diet will benefit your health in a whole host of ways. Many of which include: Lowered cholesterol and blood pressure Lowered risk of an early death by 40% Lowered risk of heart disease by 30% Reduced risk of…

World Hypertension Day was created in 2005 and is an annual event designed to promote public awareness and prevent the leading cause of preventable death worldwide. Hypertension (high blood pressure) kills 9.4 million people worldwide every year. High blood pressure is responsible for 13% of…

The amount of meat we eat has quadrupled in the last 50 years, with meals rarely being consumed without it. So what good can come of giving up meat, even if it’s intermittently? Planet: Giving up meat for one day a week for a whole…

High blood pressure is a major killer across the globe, but there are easy choices that you can make in order to reduce your blood pressure level potentially without the intervention of medication.   As a general guide: Ideal blood pressure = between 90/60mmHg and…

Annual World Health Day arrives on the 7thApril, a day brought about under the sponsorship of the World Health Organization (WHO). This is an annual reminder to highlight the importance of health and wellbeing throughout you, your family, friends and workplace. Maintaining and nurturing your…

Poor circulation can be caused by a range of things, such as obesity, diabetes and smoking. However, sitting at a desk for extended hours throughout the day can exacerbate symptoms. These symptoms can include pain, muscle cramps, numbness, digestive issues and coldness in hands and…

Food Eliminate processed foods Eat plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables Choose lean protein such turkey or chicken Eat fish twice per week Drink 1.5 – 2 litres of water each day Limit tea and coffee to 4 cups per day Consume no more than…

An imbalance in hormones can lead to a vast array of unpleasant side effects. Symptoms of hormone imbalances can include: Unexplained weight change Excessive sweating Difficulty sleeping Dry skin Blood pressure changes Changes in heart rate Weak or brittle bones Blood sugar changes Irritability and…

The beginning of a New Year sparks fresh ideologies of living the healthiest of lifestyles. We’re sure that this notion will light up a range of visualisations that if you were being honest with yourself, will never realistically fit so seamlessly and attractively into your…

We are often hijacked by our emotions, often causing an untold amount of damage to our health and wellbeing both physically and emotionally. Our Wellbeing Roadshows offer a visual, interactive and personal look into your health status. Included are 14 zones, identifying key areas for…