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Cracked Heel solutions

Cracked Heel solutions

November 20, 2019 | Diabetes, Skin Conditions
  Skin around the heel is thicker and often dryer than other skin of the body. This is because we have fewer oil glands on our feet and they experience daily wear and tear. Dryness and heel pad pressure can cause the skin to crack causing fissures and possible entry...
Stress headaches

Stress headaches

November 13, 2019 | Sleep Disorders, Stress
Stress headaches, also known as tension headaches, are described as a dull pain and a feeling of tightness or pressure across the forehead, back of neck or head. They are often experienced in adulthood. If these headaches are frequent (more than 15 days per month), they are known as chronic tension...
Nutritional Needs in Puberty

Nutritional Needs in Puberty

November 6, 2019 | Infant and Children, Teenages, Nutrition
Nutritional needs for the 7 to 12-year age group is sometimes over-looked and children in this age group maybe actually nutritional deficient. Behavioural attitudes such as moodiness, uncontrolled anger and low attention span may be indicators of this and can often be alleviated by addressing nutrition and adequate sleep. The nutritional and...
MCT oils

MCT oils

October 30, 2019 | Weight loss, Diets
Want to improve your athletic performance, suppress your appetite, reduce weight or lower your cholesterol? Adding some MCT oil to your diet may be the answer.  MCT is an abbreviated name for oils known as medium-chain triglycerides. These oils are easily digested by the body and have been found to help...
Hay fever help

Hay fever help

October 23, 2019 | Allergy, Asthma
Hay fever, correctly called seasonal allergic rhinitis, is an allergic response by your immune system to inhaled pollen. Pollens are a grain released by plants to fertilise female flowers for plant reproduction. Pollens are released from grasses, weeds and trees and can be spread by the wind, insects and birds...
Circadian rhythms and Biological clocks

Circadian rhythms and Biological clocks

October 16, 2019 | Depression, Heart, Sleep Disorders, Mental Health
Circadian rhythms are a cycle of mental, physical and behavioural changes of most living things (humans, animal, plants and microbes), which follow a daily cycle. Sleep, digestion, hormonal release and body temperature are all influenced by circadian rhythms. When they are disrupted or abnormal, chronic health disorders can result. Sleep...
Serotonin - More than just for happiness

Serotonin - More than just for happiness

October 10, 2019 | Depression, Digestion, Sleep Disorders, Pain
  Serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine; 5-HT) is a chemical often associated with feelings of happiness, but its functions are way broader. Sleep cycles, appetite and digestion are also influenced by serotonin. Serotonin is a chemical neurotransmitter found naturally in the body. It is made from an essential amino acid called tryptophan, obtained...
Teething

Teething

September 30, 2019 | Infant and Children, Pregnancy
Teething in babies can be a major concern for parents and carers with many symptoms being attributed to the much waited for appearance of a tooth. The teeth of baby are formed during foetal development and the beginning journey through the gum to eruption usually takes place around the ages...
Superderma Vitamin C – for Super skin

Superderma Vitamin C – for Super skin

September 23, 2019 | Skin Conditions, Age related illnesses
Superderma Vitamin C – for Super skin The skin is most vulnerable and visual to the signs of aging. Fine lines, wrinkles, lack of elasticity, pigmentation and dry, dull skin can all indications of how well our skin is being negatively affected. Oxidation from environmental sources is thought to be...
Vitamin D and Associated disorders

Vitamin D and Associated disorders

September 18, 2019 | Men's Health, Women's Health, Pregnancy, Bones
The cold weather is coming to an end and we are looking forward to some sunshine. Vitmanin D  absorption via the skin is limited in winter, and then summer comes along with sunblock and block-out clothing. This may mean our stores of vitamin d are low. Vitamin D is needed...
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