Fall asleep faster with these 6 tips

Fall asleep faster with these 6 tips

Health Thursday, September 14, 2017 0

Poor sleep is often associated with feelings of depression, hostility, anger and high risks of diabetes and heart diseases.  In recent days, people are suffering from insomnia or what is also known as the inability to fall asleep. Here are some of the best that helps falling asleep faster.... Read more
Facebook offers support resources on World Suicide Prevention Day
September 10, 2017 is World Suicide Prevention Day and Facebook is recognising the day by letting people know about the tools and resources the social network has developed for people who may be at risk. According to Antigone Davis, Head of Global Safety for Facebook, throughout September, Facebook will... Read more
4 ways to workout without a gym membership
With all the knowledge that’s out there now about exercise, there’s really no excuse for not achieving your fitness goals. And here’s the good news – to have a killer body, you don’t have to belong to a gym or own fancy equipment. There are many exercises you can... Read more
Diabetes & oral health: How to keep your teeth healthy
Every year a lot of people are diagnosed with diabetes, which leads to a series of changes, in lifestyle, especially diet; and this can be hard to adjust to. What one doesn’t realise is that diabetes can cause various other ailments related to oral health, such as tooth decay,... Read more
If health really is wealth how rich do you reckon you are?
Let’s face it, we all feel tired and worn down by the trials and tribulations of life itself. But there are some red flags that many people write off as simply part and parcel of the human experience, when they could be something more serious and a health worry.... Read more
Doing it all with type 1 diabetes: Kader’s story
“On the other side, this darkness is light and full of life.” He is one of those guys that strives for greatness, success, and victory. Despite the struggles of type 1 diabetes and the curves it can throw at someone, Mohamed Kader decided to look at things from a... Read more
Choosing sunglasses: How to pick the right shades
With global warming on the rise, it should come as no surprise to anyone that summers are hotter and winters are becoming less and less chilly or cold. We should all do our best to try and protect ourselves during harsh weather conditions, most especially our eyes. With more... Read more
We know you love your salt, but are you consuming too much of it?
The news lately is full of articles about salt and health. Everyone seems to be getting either too much salt or not enough. So which is it? Part of the problem is with how we study the connection. Fortunately, researchers on both sides of the issue are starting to... Read more
6 tips to avoid injury when exercising
There’s no doubt about it, exercise is very important for our health and wellbeing. But it’s equally important to give our bodies everything it needs to avoid injury. Not only can injuries cause excruciating pain if they are serious, but they can also sideline you from any sports activities... Read more
Meal prepping: A guide to healthy eating
Meal prepping should be something you should start to get into the habit of, especially if you spend your lunch at work. Not only will it ensure that you are eating a healthier meal but it will also help you cut back on your spending. Food prepping is basically... Read more