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Einen kühlen Kopf bewahren

Einen kühlen Kopf bewahren

Um Erschöpfung durch Hitze oder einem Hitzschlag vorzubeugen wenn das Wetter wärmer wird, stelle eine ausreichende Flüssigkeitszufuhr sicher - wiederverwendbare Flaschen sind sehr praktisch um jederzeit Wasser griffbereit zu haben. Trage helle Kleidung, vermeide Alkohol und exzessives Körpertraining. Und verwöhne dich selbst mit einem kühlen Bad oder einer kühlen Dusche....

Caffeine & Sweat

Caffeine & Sweat

Caffeine is a trigger to sweat more, so in hot and warm weather avoid things like coffee, tea and energy drinks if you want to be less sweaty. Always keep hydrated with water to replenish the water you lose through sweating in general.  Image by Delfi Carmona

Chesty Cough

Chesty Cough

When you’re recovering from a cold often you can get a chesty cough which gets worse at night. Warm non-caffeinated (dairy free) drinks before bed can help break up the mucus causing the cough making it easier to breathe during the day and to get to sleep in the evenings....

Salt Rinse

Salt Rinse

Gargling with salt can help to relieve a sore throat as it has anti-inflammatory properties. Try one teaspoon of salt in a glass of cooled down boiled water. Image by Alessio Albi

Diabetes Symptoms

Diabetes Symptoms

It’s World Diabetes Day today, and 1 in 2 people currently living with diabetes remain undiagnosed. While not always present, the things to look out for at excessive thirst, needing the toilet a lot, lack of energy, blurred vision, slow healing wounds and numbness if your hands and feet. Image...

Creative Thinking

Creative Thinking

Creative thinking engages different parts of our brains than normal and acts promote production of new neurons which are super important for keeping up a healthy central nervous system.   Image by Jess Hunter

Smile

Smile

Smile more: It’s linked to calmed blood pressure, quicker stress recovery, improved immune function, lifted moods and acts as a natural painkiller.    Image by Rebecca Jensen

Creativity, Flow and Meditiation

Creativity, Flow and Meditiation

Doing something creative has a similar effect on the brain to meditation and can decrease your stress. Even just witnessing creative acts can be calming - think of visiting a concert or going to see pieces of art work in a gallery.   Image by catam

Sleep & Music

Sleep & Music

Trouble sleeping? Listen to classical music. It has been shown to effectively treat insomnia and can help induce a meditative state as music beats can alter brainwave speed.    Image by Sarah Van Looy

Drumming

Drumming

Want to be as fit as an athlete but don’t have any interest in exercising? Play the drums. It help’s with dexterity and having greater control of your body.   Image by Clark Ramos

Happy Habit

Happy Habit

You can train your brain to be more positive. Our minds are wired to think negatively as a form of protection but making smiling a habit can help our brains to create more positive thinking patterns.    Image by Kathleen Motoa

Lift Your Mood

Lift Your Mood

Smiling with intent has the ability to improve your current mood. Your brain checks in with what your facial muscles are doing and begins to align your mood with what’s going on on the surface.  Image by Jessica Perez

Meditation

Meditation

There is evidence to prove that meditation reduces depression symptoms, stress, hostility, anxiety and improves sleep, academic performance and social skills. These health benefits of meditation apply to all ages though, along with several other benefits which can include reducing the risk of heart disease and reducing blood pressure &...

Walking

Walking

Walking has so many benefits. It’s super underrated as a form of exercise but it’s suitable for anyone, of any age, of any fitness level. When you consistently do it it’s been shown to reduce the risk of chronic illnesses like heart disease, asthma, type 2 diabetes and some cancers....

High Blood Pressure

High Blood Pressure

Give blood to help high blood pressure, your blood may thin a bit in the process and therefore require less effort to pump around the body. 

Mosquito bites

Mosquito bites

To soothe mosquito bites from itching put one of these plasters over the top. They work like a dream. Lavender oil may also help prevent itching. Image via google.

Tick season

Tick season

If you have a tick, get rid of it as soon as possible because Lyme Disease is more likely to be transferred the longer the tick is on the body. Look out for flu like symptoms and/or a red rash around the bite. It’s quite easy to get them out...

Art of supplementing

Art of supplementing

Did you know magnesium only really works in combination with calcium, and Vitamin D only works in combination with magnesium. Calcium and Vitamin D also need to work together to get the benefits from both. Supplementing correctly is a subtle art.  Image via Tumblr

Exfoliants

Exfoliants

Uneven skin tone can be dealt with by leave on exfoliants, look for products with AHA or BHA in them. If you can’t use these products look for Salicylic acid. Occasionally a good exfoliant product might be all that you need to help treat bad skin. 

Basic Skincare

Basic Skincare

If you have acne nail a basic skincare regime. Use a gentle cleanser, a moisturiser and a sun screen. From here you add in what could be helpful.  Image via tumblr

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