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Lifestyle and health
So much of what we do (and don't do) affects our health. From food, relationships, environment, stress, sleep, personal fulfilment... the list is endless. Tradtional medicine has always recognised the important place lifestyle plays in health, and modern medicine is now looking back towards the same lessons.
Good health is something most of us take for granted. When it fails, it is often for reasons that could have been avoided.
Your health is influenced by two major factors: your genetic make-up, which determines your predisposition to disease, and your lifestyle.
Some of your lifestyle habits do little to calm your emotions and can even increase feelings of anxiety and stress, and the inevitable related health woes. Follow our ten tips to convert your life to calmness.
Your artistic streak, sportiness or love of writing might have been buried thanks to a busy adult life, but these “frivolities” are essential for personal growth and wellbeing. Here’s our guide to keeping your passions alive.
Tea is the second most popular drink after water in the world. In some countries, people drink more than two litres of tea a day! It’s also widely believed to be the secret to rejuvenation. But is its reputation as a health tonic justified? And will drinking it every day really help you stay...
From black and green to Darjeeling, Ceylon and Earl Grey, there are endless varieties of tea to choose from. Follow our guide to finding the perfect brew.
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