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The Importance of Nutrition to Mental Health

It’s no secret that eating well is essential to your physical health. If you want your body to function at its best, you need to fuel it properly. However, did you know that what you eat can also have a massive effect on your mental health? The foods you put in your body can affect your mood, hormone production, and …

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Top Tips to Manage Your Diabetes

Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic condition that affects over 415 million people across the world. The main characteristic of diabetes is elevated blood sugar levels and if the condition is not well-managed, it can lead to serious complications. Whether you suffer from type 1, type 2, or gestational diabetes, blood-sugar regulation is vital to prevent making your condition worse. But …

Covid-19

My symptoms of Omicron

Well, it’s finally happened. I tested positive for Covid three days ago, only a few hours after receiving my booster jab. There seems to be a lot of speculation about the Omicron variant and I thought readers might find it useful to know my symptoms of Omicron. Especially as I am a vulnerable/high-risk individual due to having Cystic Fibrosis and …

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How to Manage Depression When You Have a Sudden Disability

One day you may be working, living a normal life, and the next day everything changes. No one is prepared for sudden disability. It could happen because of a gruesome accident or a serious medical condition. When we develop disability as adults, it is a new experience and a difficult one.   It could be a temporary shift but sometimes …

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Staying mentally strong during tough times

What do you do when the going gets tough? Often we think we won’t be able to cope and that we will crawl up into a little ball, hoping it will all go away. Thing is, life is brutal, it’s just a fact of life. But when life gets hard you really have an opportunity to figure out how strong …

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The Silent Killer: 4 Things You Might Not Have Known About Oral Cancer

Dental professionals perform a variety of assessments to give their patients the best care possible. They will need to complete tests and examinations to determine if their patients exhibit any signs of oral cancer. Unfortunately, many patients do not report signs until later stages. At the final stage, the outlook for the patients is not great. By learning about the …

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Lion’s Mane and Its Health Benefits

The nervous system might be the most important part of our existence as a human race. The brain, which is the primary part of our nervous system, controls everything that we do, be they rational or irrational actions. Even when we are not doing anything, or even when we sleep, the brain continues to function and control the rest of …

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7 Ways To Manage Pain If You’re Chronically Ill

If you struggle with pain management and you’re unsure how to improve things then don’t worry, you have definitely come to the right place. Whether you’re struggling with chronic pain or you have sustained an injury, you need to ensure you’re doing all that you can to manage your pain. Luckily, there are lots of tips and tricks you can …

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Why Sensors Are Essential for Tracking Health

There’s no denying that sensors are underrated in the world we live in today. We don’t really give them the credit they deserve, despite the fact that they’re used in almost every aspect of daily life, from temperate and distance sensors to electrical voltage, gas, light, and sound sensors. Sensors can help us to stay safe and live easier lives …

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4 Strategies For Dealing With Chronic Illness

Taking Control Of Your Situation Having chronic illness doesn’t mean you must be controlled by your condition. There’s always a positive spin you can put on even the most difficult situation. You can also go the negative route. You could either say: “Wow, I have this condition, now there’s these things I can never do.” Or, you could say: “Well …