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The cold can really take the glow out of your skin during the winter months. Being indoors in dry climates, the stresses of cold on the skin, and a lack of vitamin D are all culprits – but it is possible to make your skin spring-fresh after a long winter.
Recovering from knee and hip replacement surgery can be a long journey, but it isn’t insurmountable with the right support and help in place.
We all know that bad diet, not enough sleep, and unhealthy lifestyle choices can be bad for your skin. There are also some everyday behaviours, products and other items which can be bad for your skin. Awareness is half the battle, so let’s dive in.
If you have chronic joint pain, you may take over-the-counter medication to reduce the inflammation in your joints, or prescription medication which does the same.
When the cold weather hits, our entire bodies dry out. Just as you double up on the lotion for your skin in the winter, you have to pay attention to your hair to ensure that it stays healthy.
Most of the focus around joint pain is on the knees. But the joints in our upper bodies take quite the beating every day, especially for people with sedentary office jobs. Ongoing joint pain may simply be a product of this lifestyle, or it may have a medical cause.
While anyone with psoriasis will tell you that it gets them down for many reasons, up until now links between psoriasis and clinical depression have been sparse and anecdotal.
If you’re a regular runner, you’ve got preventative joint care taken care of for the most part. You’ve purchased the right shoes for your gait, you’ve been to a running clinic or two to work on your form, and you routinely eat right to support your training.
Keeping your joints, and especially your hips and your knees, in good shape is key to a good quality of life as you age.
Asian women are known worldwide for their youthful appearance and glowing skin. This is largely attributable to diet and thousands of years of various folk remedies and beauty treatments.
Exercise, work, and just the general rigours we put our bodies through on a daily basis can lead to stiff joints. Here are a few tips to keep joints from stiffening, and to recover when you do experience them.
Psoriasis is not an easy condition to live with – and if you’ve been recently diagnosed and have just started treatment, that will be very obvious to you.
Green tea, or Camellia sinesis, has been used for thousands of years in traditional Chinese medicine.
Joint & bone care is so important, especially if you live an active lifestyle! It’s just as important as the training you do & the food you eat to look after your body.
It isn’t until you have an injury yourself, that you really put this into perspective. Last year I pulled something in my back, simply by picking up a barbell without thinking & taking all the strain with my back. At the time I just thought that oops – that was bad form! But a week later, my back was in BITS! It took a couple of months to properly repair itself, meanwhile I was so limited to the exercise that I could do.
If you have been diagnosed with osteoarthritis or you are considered to be at risk , it is important to know what you can do to lessen your symptoms. The most effective way to reduce the likelihood of developing osteoarthritis, as well as combating the symptoms, is weight management and eating the right food.
We’ve been profiled by no less than six prominent beauty and mum bloggers in the first quarter of 2016, who were all pleased by the results achieved from taking LQ Liquid Health Advanced Skin Care.
Fun Being Mum beauty blogger tried our supplements and found them to be great hair growth vitamins for women. Of course they are designed to have supportive minerals and vitamins for hair, nails and skin for both men and women. Hair growth vitamins for women are often not talked about though so here are her words on the subject.
In a bid to improve the clarity and hydration of my skin, plus tackling regular break outs, I decided to give LQ Liquid Health a go.
As we age, problems associated with joints can start to take their toll, as a lifetime of wear and tear combines with depleting collagen and cartilage levels in our bodies to make joints stiff, uncomfortable and even painful – reducing our mobility.
In the UK, the summer is a time to be cherished. For a fleeting few weeks every year, the clouds part and the sun is there for all to see. After the long, dark winters, and disappointingly damp springs, it’s hardly surprising that we head out in our droves to soak up the sun’s rays while we can. And, while all this UV light might be incredibly good for the soul, it’s not quite so good for your skin or collagen levels.
Profound changes occur in the skin during aging, the dermis being the site of the most substantial histological and biological changes. While the skin continues to synthesise collagen fibres, the production of new ones declines over time. Collagen synthesis in the fibroblasts (which are the body’s natural collagen producers) decreases for two reasons: a decrease in the rate of fibroblast renewal with age and an associated decrease in the amount of collagen secreted by these cells.
If there is one thing guaranteed to make us feel tired, old and less-than-wonderful – it’s joint problems. From mobility issues, to pain during movement; when our joints aren’t healthy, it’s only too easy to slip into a more sedentary, less active lifestyle which can trigger a decline in health.
Around 40 percent of women will experience some form of hair loss by the age of 50 due to hormonal changes. Temporary hair loss can also be triggered by stress, poor diet and weight loss.
LQ nutritional expert Helen Drake gives her advice on how to maintain healthy skin, looking at external factors and how to keep your skin healthy from within. Over the period of our lives our skin is exposed to a multitude of stressors such as UV light, pollution, cosmetics not to mention things we consume such as alcohol, caffeine, sugar or simply a lack of water and nutrients.
Japan is a world leader in inventive technology in all sorts of areas. In recent years, the range of anti-aging products on the market has been a huge area of expansion in the Japanese market The innovation that has brought this surge is a new wave of liquid health supplements the Japanese drink to supplement their diet.
The world can be a harsh place sometimes, especially for our skin. From pores plagued by pollution, chapped skin from strong winds, to premature ageing caused by UV damage, our skin has to stand up to a lot in everyday life. That’s why it’s so important to give it the care it deserves with easy changes like getting sleep or eating foods good for skin.
Did you know that Mediterranean countries have lower levels of heart disease? You may think that a slower pace of life and regular siestas have something to do with the statistics, but the truth behind comparatively good cardiovascular health in the Mediterranean likely lies with one common salad ingredient: the tomato.
Liquid vitamins are the new kid on the block, and represent an innovation in the vitamin supplements field that can speed the absorption of vitamins and nutrients into the bloodstream.
Hyaluronic acid is a key part of the synovial fluid which acts as the natural lubricant in joints. This thick liquid is essential as it alleviates the friction between cartilage and bones.