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Comfort Eating In The Time Of Coronavirus

With all of the current uncertainty in the world around COVID-19, it is absolutely understandable if you are feeling as though your anxiety is through the roof right now.  During times of change, especially to our daily routine – like suddenly working from home, or self-isolating away from our family and friends – it is [&hellip

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Taking Care Of Your Immunity For Life, Not Just For COVID-19

The immune system is functioning at all times, working hard to protect us, heal and repair us, it’s even our main cancer surveillance system. But we probably don’t think about it day-to-day.  It’s only when the cold and flu season sets in that we thank our immune system as we scramble for vitamin C supplements. [&hellip

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Exercise And Movement You Can Do At Home

Amidst the coronavirus pandemic, the government has asked all gyms and fitness studios to close and advised us all to stay at home as much as possible. This has meant we have to be a bit more creative when it comes to working out and staying active. If you’re feeling well then home workouts can [&hellip

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Pregnant And Worried About Coronavirus?

Pregnancy can be a worrying and anxious period at the best of time, but especially in the middle of a pandemic. As coronavirus or SARS-CoV-2 spreads further, it is completely understandable to be worried and to have questions surrounding your pregnancy. One of the worst things about a new strain of virus, is just that [&hellip

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COVID-19: What Are The Symptoms & Current Guidelines?

Our GP surgeries are being hit by hundreds of calls daily about coronavirus. Only recently found, coronavirus has fast become the biggest public health issue of our time. With guidelines and advice being updated and changed on a daily basis, it is easy to lose track of what YOU need to be doing to protect [&hellip

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How To Deal With Stress During The COVID-19 Outbreak

The global pandemic of COVID-19 means that we are living in unprecedented times. It looks like the coronavirus outbreak and the resulting increased stress and anxiety is something that we will have to keep dealing with over many weeks, even months. Chronic stress has negative effects on the brain (1,2). Receptors for stress hormones are found in [&hellip

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