Everyone makes mistakes in life, especially around their health. When you were younger you probably felt invincible, and didn’t consider what you were putting into your body when it came to eating food or drinking alcohol. Most people don’t drink enough water, or get enough sleep either. If you are looking to improve your health, then here are several top mistakes that you should avoid making. Not dealing with your stress levels If you want…"Top Mistakes to Avoid If You Want Good Health"
Photo Credit: Pixabay via desygner.com One of the biggest problems related to stress and one that affects us directly, especially when we talk about work, is burnout, also known as extreme exhaustion. Defined by many as a “state of vital exhaustion”, burnout can force people to miss work for long periods and affect their psychological and physiological well-being. According to the World Health Organization , burnout” is a syndrome resulting from work stress that has not been successfully managed. It is characterized by…"5 Ways to Avoid Burnout: According to Experts"
The hottest months of the year are upon us and this is the time when our immunity takes a hit and innate strength is on the lower side. Diseases and seasonal infections are rampant in hot weather and to prevent summer disorders, Ayurveda recommends certain changes in the routine that can keep one healthy and disease-free. (Also read: Ayurveda expert on dos and don’ts for pets during summer season) Ayurveda expert Dr Dixa Bhavsar in…"Ayurveda expert on things to avoid during summer season"
When it comes to looking after our skin, sun protection is non-negotiable but as we well know, not all SPF is created equal – especially when it comes to your face – and finding one that offers both UVA and UVB protection, hydrates and doesn’t cause breakouts or leave a chalky residue on the skin is no mean feat. Whilst the glorious mini heatwave might have been and gone already (in a bit, pub garden!),…"Snog, Marry, Avoid: SPFs – Zoella"
Yaz Kubba, a fitness trainer and founder of YazFit, drinks about a gallon and a half of water a day. She started that about 10 years ago, and the first year, when it came time to fast for Ramadan — when Muslims don’t eat or, often more challenging, drink while the sun is up — she had to adapt. “So I tried to squeeze in a gallon of water between sunset and sunrise,” she said.…"Expert fasting tips to avoid getting hangry during Ramadan"