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Tips to reduce water retention in the hot weather

At the end of a long day in this weather it isn't unusual for your ankles or hands to feel swollen or bloated. Maybe your shoes are tighter or rings are harder to get off. To help identify the causes of your swelling it may help to write a food diary. This will help to make connections between certain foods and periods of bloating/swelling.If you are pregnant or are concerned that it is not ju...
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National Gardening Week 30th April – 6th May – Tips To Stay Fit Whilst Gardening

Unseasonal weather over the last few weeks, an early short summer burst, followed by a significant drop in temperature, torrential rain, and a forecasted upturn in the weather over the Bank Holiday weekend, has led to truly British conversations this week in clinic - all about the weather and the speed the weeds are growing. So many of my patients are off to garden centres over the next few days, ...
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Will your survive or enjoy the Christmas break with the kids?

Are you Christmas ready?The children have been hyped up by Christmas plays, carol services, fairs, and end of term parties, they are highly excited by the celebrations to come, what are your plans? Christmas lunch with the relatives, sleep overs or days at home are so much easier with a few simple preparations. Here are some tips to help survive the excitement Plan some down...
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Party season – Stretch out Exercises

Tis the season to be merry and with it comes the Christmas parties. For many it is the only occasion that they are likely to be dragged on to the dance floor by a well meaning colleague, and for others it is an opportunity to show off some serious skills. However often with the party comes alcohol and a freedom of inhibitions. As a result many will wake up wondering what on earth they were doing o...
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Tips to Help You Stay Hydrated this Christmas

I know that many of you will be enjoying a work or family party this festive season, and whilst this may well involve an alcoholic drink or 3, please remember to keep your water levels up.The role of water in keeping you healthy Water helps to keep your body fluids in balance, benefiting all of the systems in the body.SkinHelps to prevent fluid loss, If you are dehydrated you...
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Tips on how to survive Christmas shopping.

Black Friday / Cyber Monday - so many of us now do our Christmas shopping online. It seems so much easier to sit on your sofa & scour all the deals on offer to find that top of the list desirable present for your loved ones, however the age of technology should come with a health warning. Christmas Shopping in the Past Before Christmas become a commercial event we would head out in to th...
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The weather is changing, can you really feel it in your bones?

Ok it isn't snowing yet, but many of my patients are telling me that as the weather changes the pain in their joints is flaring up. Is this an old wives tale?Scientists have been trying to understand how the weather can affect arthritic pain for thousands of years, Hippocrates in 400BC wrote about the effect of wind and rain on chronic disease. Whilst there is no scientific agreement as to...
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Avoiding the aches and pains of travelling

If like me you are ferrying children about during the summer for activities or on holiday, you will know how painful it can be travelling by trains, planes and cars. Here are some tips to help you survive to avoid the aches and pains of travelling.  Travelling with baggage All too often patients turn up after a holiday having hurt themselves moving heavy baggage. To avoid any injuries ...
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