Mindfulness is growing in popularity and recently even members of parliament were raving about the benefits of mindfulness during bath time. It is appearing in school extra-curricular activities and now most work places are actively encouraging it. What exactly is it and where did it come from? The origins of mindfulness lie in ancient meditation …..
There are many types of headaches (over 300 according to the international headache society), and they are not an easy thing to categorise. Traditionally it was believed that headaches were caused by changes in the blood vessels supplying the head but now neurologists are suggesting that stiffness and tension in the upper back and lower …..
Last month saw ‘Women in Sport week’ and with Johanna Konta and Heather Watson (so far!) doing well up the road at Wimbledon, there’s a lot of talk about how to get more women involved in all sports. It’s a problem not just here in Britain – with international research finding that girls participate …..
We spend up to a third of our lives asleep and we all know what happens when we don’t get enough. But it’s not just a lack of focus and a short temper – prolonged sleep deprivation can have a worrying effect on your health. Lack of sleep can; disrupt your immune system, cause weight …..