Check out our diet and fitness tips to help keep you feeling your best and limit any discomfort experienced as a result of PMS or menopause.
Scientists believe the position people sleep can provide an insight into the type of personality that person has. The below positions are the most common:
This sleeping position involves you lying on your side with both arms down by your side. These sleepers are often described as easy going, social people, and who are trusting of strangers. However, they may be gullible.
Supporting your teenage daughter through PMS
Suffering from PMS can be difficult for a teenage girl and talking to their parents about their problems is hard enough but talking about periods is even tougher. However, if you understand what she is experiencing and implement the following tips, you could help support your daughter through her symptoms:
Too little rest can cause constant tiredness, low mood, poor concentration and a depleted immune system, which can lead to lots of other health problems so sleep is very important. Below are various myths and facts about sleep that you should know:
Living in the north of the UK may lead to low vitamin levels according to a new study from the University of Aberdeen.
Researchers looked at sunlight exposure and Vitamin D levels in women aged under 65 in Aberdeen and Surrey. The women wore ultraviolet B light-sensitive badges to measure sunlight, and Vitamin D levels were measured at three-monthly intervals over a 15-month period.
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