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Spring Clean

By TOP on 24th Mar 2021

Spring Clean If the idea of a ‘spring-clean’ detox conjures memories of splitting headaches brought on by super strict diet regimes and jettisoning caffeine, it is time to think again. A contemporary spring clean is not about surviving on salad for several weeks and eliminating all coffee and tea. Rather, it involves simultaneously supporting our detox organs while reducing the toxins’ we both put in, on, and expose our bodies to.   window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS = window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_
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Stress & Skin

By TOP on 19th Mar 2021

Stress & Anxiety When we find ourselves in stressful situations, our bodies release a cascade of hormones, starting with adrenaline. As adrenaline surges around our body, it increases our heart rate and directs blood to our brains and muscles. This helps us to make split second decisions about whether to fight or run from the cause of the stress. Quickly after, cortisol is released and has the effect of raising blood sugar levels to help sustain our reactions. window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS = window.SH
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Ageing and Antioxidants

By TOP on 18th Mar 2021

Do I need antioxidants on my skin? An antioxidant serum won’t magically change the look of your skin, but your skin will thank you for applying one. Antioxidants are key ingredients in preventing skin ageing, not in treating damage that is already done. In other words, the aim is to prevent wrinkles and other age-related skin changes, not treat them. window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS = window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS || new Array(); window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS.push({ hoverImage: '', uuid: 's-6010bca0-1d
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Psoriasis

By TOP on 17th Mar 2021

Psoriasis What is psoriasis? Most of us make and replace our skin cells every three to four weeks, but if we have psoriasis, we do so every three to seven days. This rapid overproduction of skin cells leads to the build-up of darker patches forming on darker skin tones and red, flaky, crusty patches developing on Caucasian skin caused by the extra blood flowing to the skin to keep up with skin cell growth.` These patches are often overlain with silvery scales and can spring up on any part of our body, including our hands and feet, in the creases o
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Menopause

By TOP on 10th Mar 2021

Menopause Although the word menopause means ‘final period’ and occurs when as women, we reach the end of our natural reproductive lives, in reality this, the menopause does not happen overnight. Rather, it is a gradual process, which in the UK, usually begins in our later 40’s and concludes at the age of around 51. During this time, we experience individual and changing symptoms as our levels of oestrogen, gradually decline and others increase. window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS = window.SHOGU
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Ezcema

By TOP on 25th Feb 2021

Eczema Moisturisers with natural and soothing ingredients can be beneficial to help treat Eczema . Look for those featuring chickweed, and chamomile, neem and evening primrose oil, lavender, vitamin E and aloe vera with emollient bases of natural beeswax, and sunflower oil to gently help shore up the barrier function of our skin. window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS = window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS || new Array(); window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS.push({ hoverImage: '', uuid: 's-aaba12a2-bb3f-486d-9295-490ac7829116' })
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How to Handle Hay Fever

By TOP on 24th Feb 2021

How to Handle Hay Fever The beauty of new plants stirring into life signals the arrival of spring. While for many this is a time to enjoy the colours and scents blooming all about, for others the pollen that accompanies this blossoming marks weeks and sometimes months of watering eyes and swollen eyelids; stuffy, runny noses, coughing and sneezing. For some, it can even lead to more serious wheezing and shortness of breath. If our bodies respond in this way to pollen, it is understandable if the changing of the season is a double-edged sword.
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How to fight puffiness

By TOP on 16th Feb 2021

How to fight puffiness What we tend to refer to as ‘puffiness’ is known to doctors as ‘oedema’, which comes from the Greek word meaning swelling. Oedema occurs when fluids that should be in our lymph system, move into the tissues around it. While this can happen in theory in any part of our body including our face, most often it affects our arms and legs, which can begin to feel heavy and look swollen as a result.   window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS = window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS ||
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12 Tips to Beat The Bloat

By TOP on 9th Feb 2021

12 Tips to Beat The Bloat ‘Bloating’ may not sound like a big deal, but the truth is, it can leave us feeling anything from uncomfortable and embarrassed, to anxious and down. While for most of us, bloating is caused by tiny bubbles of gas being trapped in our intestinal tract, in some cases, it can be a symptom of other more serious health problems. Both heart burn and acid reflux as well as inflammatory bowel diseases like Crohn’s or colitis can all lead to bloating and it can even be a sign of ovarian cancer. This means that if
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