Everyday life can be very stressful. From bills and work to relationships and illnesses, stress plays a part in all of our lives, however we try to avoid it. One of the most important factors in combating the symptoms of stress is sleep, but sleep is usually the first thing to go if stress is getting the better of us. So, how does sleep help to reduce stress, and how can we make sure we get enough sleep to combat it?
The new year is finally here, bringing with it a fresh perspective and optimism for the next 12 months. If you have decided to set a fitness goal for 2019, you might be wondering how on earth you are going to make yourself stick to it. After all, many of us make general resolutions about how we intend to “exercise more” or “lose weight” but we don’t actually specify the details of those resolutions.
Although Christmas Day might be behind us, the after-effects can last for quite some time! Even the most well-intentioned of us can succumb to overindulging during the festive season, which can lead to bloating and feelings of lethargy. Luckily there are a few quick exercises that you can do to help alleviate bloating and get your digestive system back on track.
The presents are under the tree, the sprouts are being prepared, and if you listen very, very carefully, you might just hear the sound of sleigh bells in the distance!
It can only mean that it’s CHRISTMAS DAY!
With the cold weather in full swing, you could be forgiven for staying under those blankets just a little while longer in the mornings. But, did you know that the colder weather means that now is the perfect time to exercise?
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