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I don’t know about you but the Winter months make me feel so……bleugh. I just feel like I don’t have...

Guest post by Alicia Rennoll Fibromyalgia has many symptoms but one of the most dangerous for long-term health is undoubtedly...

Shutting off and winding down is really important. But it can be difficult to know how, or it may not even feel like you...

We welcome back Tracy Tredoux (@TracyTredoux) to discuss how, through diet and lifestyle changes, we can begin to tackle...

In the media and through first hand accounts from friends and family members, we’re hearing more and more about chronic...

By Carol Dodson or Haney’s Holistic Therapies In my first article for this magazine I opened the door to the practice...

In a hectic world it’s becoming harder to distinguish when we’re experiencing stress and tension. More so, the difficulty...

Promotional Feature with Yorkshire Linen Assuming the average person spends 8 hours a night sleeping; we spend a third of...

We welcome back Tracy Tredoux, nutritional therapist to discuss further how we can take a part in managing our health care...

The last thing you may want to do on a hot summers evening is jump into a hot tub, we get that. But having regular baths...

The ingredients for a good night’s sleep might include: a good mattress or futon, no undue stress or anxiety, not eating...

Feeling like you’re constantly on the go? Your to-do list has a million and one things to do on it and it just won’t....

1: Setting the right temperature– Studies have shown that the body naturally reduces its temperature around early evening...

To kick off the sleep series we thought it would be beneficial to take a look at some sleeping statistics and looking a bit...

We’re very much aware that sleep is meant to be good for  us. But why is that exactly? Well, through a bit of net...

When at the Ideal Home Show recently I found the Hotel Comfort stand absolutely alluring; whether it was because I had the...