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Stimulating the blood circulation will assist just about every body process and improve every system of the body.

It will improve the transport of nourishment, the elimination of toxins, and the function of the Heart, Liver, Kidneys and Lymphatic (Immune) System.


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Alexander Technique teaches efficient use of all of our muscles. In other words, it helps us to eliminate “bad habits” which can lead to aches and pains and muscle strain.
This is important for general posture, for musicians and for sports people.
The main aim of Alexander Technique is to achieve any body position by the minimum use of muscle tension. The elimination of excess and unnecessary muscle tension eases pain and discomfort and can head off long term disabilities including headaches and migraine, back ache and back weakness – leading to slipped discs and so on.


A lifestyle for health

by on 16/01/2013

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Great health comes from good genes, yes: but to maximise health, whatever your genetic inheritance, you need to live in a super-healthy way.
This means making intelligent decisions about what to eat and drink. Maxing out on the vegetables and salads you eat every day. Cut down, or cut out, junk food. Make your meals from scratch – it need not be time-consuming.
Exercise regularly. And maintain a normal weight. I know this is a tricky one: but the fact is, being overweight is the one factor most likely to make you ill – or kill you. ”

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One of the best ways to improve circulation is through exercise.
Basically, any exercise is better than none. (And don’t worry: walking round the house really does not qualify as exercise, if that’s your reasoning!) However, some types of exercise are better than others.


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Menopause symptoms start to affect about 8,000 western women each day, as they enter the menopause. Menopause symptoms can raise a variety of concerns and fears.
Uncertainty and misinformation about menopause abound. Emotional strains are heightened by the all too apparent physical and mental symptoms a woman can experience.


10 top winter warmers

by on 23/01/2012

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Do you get cold in the winter? Here are ten top tips to get you warm – naturally. Follow these techniques to keep you toasty this winter 🙂


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It is not just the heart, lungs and muscles which benefit from exercise. Exercise is vital for whole body health.