January is a time when everyone is focused on losing the extra calories put on over the Christmas period, this seems to manifest itself as burning off those few extra pounds around your tummy. There does seem to be a general perception that this means doing lots of extra cardio like running, cycling and swimming, funny as […]
Reviewing your ambitious goals for this year, this is the time when most of us spend a little time thinking we want to make some changes to our lifestyle, this could be taking up an activity, stop drinking alcohol for January or the biggy lose that excess you put on over the festive period. What is […]
Has this happened to someone you know, have you lost someone close unexpectedly? Unfortunately for relatives, the devasting effect of someone suffering a heart attack is life changing, friends are lost forever. You would not wish your family to experience your loss but the reality is that if you are in mid-life and lost track […]
When most people start to think about their health and Fitness goals Whatever they are its never too late to make the change. In my new book, I plan to explain how easy it is for you to improve your current health status, simplify exercises and eat healthier and mostly one small step at a […]
Looking after yourself as you get older is another way of planning your retirement, in this case, its not financial planning but health planning. If you have spent any time visiting elderly relatives in hospital or a care home you will know how emotionally draining it is to watch someone you love in their final […]
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Smoking who knew it was bad for your health, I was certainly not told. Whoever would have known how attitudes to smoking would have changed so much? Over time. I was brought up during the 1960’s when smoking was quite natural and seemed to be a normal part of growing up. I used to pinch […]
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The typical adult in their 50’s, overweight, raised blood pressure, poor fitness and raised cholesterol are almost normal these days, while the realization is an awakening and results in the time to evaluate their current lifestyle. It’s also apparent that people fail to understand the effect that ignoring all the health advice published every day will be relevant to them at some time.
I’ve seen it, you must have seen it too; visiting anyone in hospital you cant miss the crowds of in and outpatients waiting for clinics or in hospital with chronic conditions brought about by being overweight in the first place, developing longterm life-limiting conditions like type 2 diabetes, cancers, liver disease or cardiac conditions.