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Feeling Stressed? Physiotherapy Can Help in Surprising Ways

Tired with the tight deadlines, demanding job, long commutes, and poor work-life balance? It is the prime cause of stress for most people these days. There is no doubt to say that we all feel stressed at some point in life. But if this condition is not treated on time, it can leave a considerable impact on your health and …

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Cancer is a Word, Not a Sentence

”The wound is the place where the Light enters you.” −Jalaluddin Rumi Cancer runs in Linda’s family (not her real name) and she tested positive for the BRCA (BReast CAncer) 2 gene, indicating that she is at higher risk for cancer than the general population. Moreover, she has already had cancer twice. Understandably, she is troubled, and has written asking …

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How Can I Relax My Stressed-Out Mind?

In today’s hectic world, stress is a part of each of our lives. We all experience stress. We’re all affected by it differently and react to it in our own distinctive ways.” What can we do to relax our minds, so that we can more easily and effectively deal with that stress? You already know that good sleep, exercise, wholesome …

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How to Achieve Effective Communication Across Remote Teams

Thanks to continued technological advances, businesses are now able to far more easily connect from all corners of the globe. So much so, that remote working is predicted to significantly increase over the coming years. Working virtually has many benefits, however, such situations do also bring some challenges to overcome. One of the more challenging aspects includes maintaining effective and …

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10 Things to Know About An At Home STD Test

Whether you can’t make time to visit your doctor or you’re too scared to take an STD test at the hospital; worry no more! You can now test for sexually transmitted diseases from the comfort of your home. The technology makes it very convenient and safe for you to test for multiple STDs without having to book an appointment or …

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Therapeutic Health Benefits of Cat Ownership

There is no denying that pet ownership can have a hugely positive impact on people’s mental and physical wellbeing. Although dogs are most commonly the preferred choice of pet across much of the world, cats are close behind and it is becoming clearer why this is the case. There are far more to cats than meets the eye. Often there …

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Don’t Be Stuck; Move and the Way Will Open

“Life leaps like a geyser for those who drill through the rock of inertia.” ─Alexis Carrel Part I: The Problem Are you dissatisfied with the status quo? Do you need a change in your life? Are you repeating the same routine over and over, like a broken record? Are you stuck in a rut and can’t get out? If so, …

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Reducing Risk During the Change Management Process

Change is an inevitable part of life. It occurs across all areas and it is simply impossible to avoid. While there are many different perspectives when it comes to change, the reality is that change is viewed on an individual level – for some it can create fear and uncertainty, for others it can ignite excitement! How a person will …

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How to Make Spring Cleaning an Enjoyable Experience

For many the word cleaning can instantly trigger an eye roll, a deep sigh or a shoulder shrug! Yet, there are others who relish the activity. Is it possible to ever fully enjoy cleaning your house?! Well, there are certainly approaches you can take which will make it a more enjoyable and cathartic experience. You may never get to the …

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4 Best Tips for Sports Parents

1. Your child might have another agenda than you Mental TIP: Ask your child why they participate in their sport, and ask what the child feels he/she gains from it. Ask what is the best, most fun and exciting part of their sport. Take note of these answers and use these next time you give your child feedback on their …