Your health is the most important thing you have, therefore looking after it is essential. Getting a good night’s sleep every night, preventing injuries when keeping fit and finding the perfect work-life balance are just the start.
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A good night’s sleep is essential for both feeling, looking and doing good, so make sure you’ve got a strong and sensible routine to ensure this!
Exercise can lift your mood by releasing feel good endorphins, and is therefore a great way to reduce stress and worry, and improve mental health.
We speak to an expert to find out how working out at a high intensity can do wonders for your heart.
Everyday stresses are taking a toll on the wellbeing of millennials, but this young generation are clued up on exactly how to achieve optimal wellness.
Yes it’s boring and tedious, but a few minutes of stretching post-workout can do wonders.
Take full advantage of this effective recovery method.
It really is time to avoid quick fixes and ‘bad’ foods, and instead find a more realistic way of staying healthy.
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