Health Articles
  • Understanding Your Stress Levels
  • by Trevor Dumbleton
  • In order to understand stress better, it is a good idea to understand that there are different stress levels. These levels vary in the form of stress they take and they can often provide an indication of how to treat the stress.
  • Seven Keys to Permanent Weight Loss Success (Part 1 of 4)
  • by Jeremy Likness
  • During a recent seminar that I conduct, participants explored the concept of just how powerful the mind is and how this relates to losing fat. After a serious of powerful exercises, they were asked to create an action plan based on what they learned in order to successfully lose fat and keep it off. The result of this workshop was seven keys that addressed what most diet programs or weight loss systems do not: the fact that fitness starts inside.
  • How to Attack Elite Performance
  • by Stephen McCarthy
  • There are four major components to achieve high-level performance in athletic training, personal fitness, or indoor/outdoor sports. 1. Proper tools and gear 2. Physical ability to do the task 3. The energy sources needed to get there 4. Your desire to accomplish the goal
  • The Most Important Supplement You Can Take For Better Health
  • by Ryan Cote
  • It's absolutely crucial that your body gets the nutrients it needs to function effectively and efficiently. The daily stress of pollution, fatty and processed food and stress deplete your body of nutrients and it's up to you to replace these nutrients by...
  • Exercise & Self Image: How to Feel Better in More Ways than One
  • by Tanja Gardner
  • There's evidence to show that increasing activity levels can help improve self-esteem, and , at the same time that increasing self-esteem can help people commit to and persevere with an exercise programme. This article investigates the reasons for the reciprocal relationship, and offers ideas for how ot get it working for you.
  • Lunesta ...... miracle sleeping pill?
  • by Wendy Owen
  • Lunesta! It even sounds festive doesn't it ? And it appears that with this sleep medication, there may well be cause for celebration! Tests have so far shown good results especially for those with chronic, long term insomnia
  • Sleep and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • by Wendy Owen
  • There's no doubt that improving the quality of your sleep can lessen the effect of CFS. But it's a "chicken and egg" situation. Does improving the quality of our sleep help CFS? Or is it the other way around? This article attempts to untangle some answers to that question and present the facts. Intended as information only, qualified medical advice should always be sought.
  • Massage Bill of Rights
  • by Wayne McDonald
  • Massage is more than a luxury. Massage therapy is both an art and a science. Our bodies need to be touched and nurtured. Discover the right questions to ask when making your next massage appointment.
  • Learn How To Quit Smoking.
  • by Colin Williams
  • One of the most common problems that people encounter when trying to quit smoking is the "instant coffee" syndrome. We all want a "quick fix" ie. take a pill or something to fix the problem. Nicotine Addiction doesn't respond very well to the "instant coffee" quick fix solutions UNLESS we learn some important foundational basic principles.
  • Are You An Experimental Lab Rat?
  • by Randy Stafford
  • At an early age, I was diagnosed with High Blood pressure. I was treated for it but they didn't treat the right problem.
  • Stress Elimination
  • by Trevor Dumbleton
  • Learning methods of stress elimination is a vital skill in the modern world. After all, there is no way to get away from stress these days, thanks to work, life, family, the economy, the state of the world, global warming, and an overabundance of people who are reminding you constantly about all of these.
  • The Right Way to Eat for Better Health and Weight Loss
  • by Ryan Cote
  • For most of your life, you probably have eaten breakfast, lunch and dinner. Now depending on your eating habits, this may be okay...but many people skip breakfast because they don't have the time, they have a semi-normal lunch and then a large dinner. Avoid this at all costs- this is what you should do...
  • Natural Pain Management: Exercise & Chronic Pain
  • by Tanja Gardner
  • Chronic pain is a nightmare that afflicts all too many people, but there are options available to help manage it. While different options work for different people, exercise has been shown to have immense benefit for many sufferers. This article explores possible reasons for the relationship between exercise and chronic pain relief, and talks about the factors that need to be considered before trying out 'exercise therapy'.
  • Don't Let Your Metabolism Fall
  • by Jeremy Likness
  • It only takes a few key habits to raise your metabolism. There is no magic pill required. You don't have to put heavy spices on all of your foods or run in circles all day long, either. This article shares ten strategies to keep that metabolism elevated.
  • Beating the Freshman 15
  • by Paul Buckley
  • It's a fairly accepted 'fact' among college age women that they will gain weight their first year away from home. It's so well accepted, in fact, that nearly anyone will know immediately what you mean when you refer to the 'Freshman 15'.
  • by Marc Lindsay
  • Taking vitamins 'just in case' is not a habit that anyone should get into and it is always recommended that vitamins are taken through wholesome and quality food. In today's society we seem to be taking more and more pills, the question is, are these pills doing you more harm then good?
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