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...

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Sun Strength

 Don’t underestimate the strength of the sun when the weather starts to get warmer, all skin will benefit from 10 mins sun exposure to soak up some vitamin D but always pop some sunscreen on to prevent dealing with sunburn.  Image by bodymaps

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On Your Period?

Combination of calcium and vitamin D improve your mood and ease cramps. Eat more citrus fruits like oranges, lemons, limes and leafy greens to feel better while on your period. Image by sara lorusso

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Lavender Oil

If you’re feeling stressed, try aromatherapy. A 3 percent lavender oil spray on clothing is found to be effective in reducing work-related stress. It’s also great before bedtime. Image by Alison Wu

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Refresh

Waking later at weekends can have the same effect as jetlag as we switch between two time zones: one dedicated by work and the other by our internal clock. To feel more refreshed in the morning, turn off bright lights two hours before bed and use an app that automatically...

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Carbs

If you are craving carbs, try eating them in the first half of your menstrual cycle. Estrogen helps keep away insulin resistance, so they are just better tolerated then.  Image by masha_altynbaeva

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Memory

If you often forget things, the next time you need to remember something important grab a pen and paper and draw something to remind you. Drawing is more effective than writing and visualization exercises. Image by Audrey Rivet

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Preventing Depression

Studies show that reducing animal products and eating antioxidant rich diets, might be able to prevent or treat depression. So try adding more blueberries, nuts and spices like oregano and cinnamon to your diet! Image by Laura López

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Folic Acid

Prenatal vitamins can be expensive but, folic acid - the one you should make sure you are taking if you are trying for a baby is inexpensive. The recommended daily dose is 400 mg. At least one month ahead and during the first term of pregnancy. It can help prevent...

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Relax

While you are reading this release your shoulders from your ears, unclench your jaw, and remove the tongue from the roof of your mouth. We physically tend to hold on to stress in the least noticeable ways.  Image by viki kollerova

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Less is more

Wash under the arms with cured soap instead of shower gel, or even just water, you will end up sweating less.  Image by Flora Maclean

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The Flu

If you happen to catch the flu it will usually last around a week. If you catch it make sure you keep hydrated, rest and keep warm. Take Paracetamol to reduce your temperature and Ibuprofen to relieve any aches. Stay home if you can, so as not to worsen your...

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Sleep off the tired

We require the same amount of sleep all year round: 8 hours is the most optimal. You don’t need more in the darker months and often sleeping more makes you feel more tired. But ensure you get a proper good nights sleep and practice good sleep hygiene by having a...

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Feeling tired?

Try and get outside as much as possible in the Autumn and Winter months to soak in as much natural daylight as you can, this will help you from feeling sluggish. If you find it hard to get outside try taking short works throughout the day - take a lunchtime...

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Stress Awareness

Autumn Anxiety is real… The change in seasons can impact sensitive people’s neurological systems. If you find you’re feeling overwhelmed take at least 15 minutes to yourself. Go for a walk, have some tea, breathe, calm down.  Image by marianofigueredo

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Open your windows!

Open your windows in the Autumn for about ten minutes everyday. Germs accumulate in stuff rooms so doing this helps to keep things fresh for both your home and your body. Image by zoras_daughter

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Fill Up

Make sure everyone’s tummies are filled with a good serving of veggies and fibre this Halloween before any trick or treating. You’ll feel fuller and therefore be less tempted to binge on all the treats.  Image by sarahkatejay

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Sticky Sweets

The longer something sugary is in your mouth the more damage it may have on your pearly whites. If you’re going to enjoy the treats this Halloween avoid sticky sweets like toffee or gummy bears as these take longer to get washed away by saliva. Image by wallflower kitchen

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Keep it clean

If someone is poorly in your house, make sure to keep everything clean. Especially items like cups, glasses or towels - things that are touched regularly - to avoid transferring viruses.Image by kia

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How to avoid a cold

The most common advice is the most tried and tested. To avoid catching a cold, make sure you wash your hands frequently (wash them for at least 20 seconds, with soap). Get plenty of exercise. Eat healthily and seasonally. Keep your body well rested. Image by Best Wishes

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