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Diabetics and the Circadian Rhythm

Circadian Rhythm

ShareOur bodies are governed by genetically-determined biological clocks that are vital for our wellbeing. Our bodies’ natural cycles are controlled by a master clock in the brain which connects to the pineal gland behind the eyes. Incoming light switches off melatonin, the sleep hormone that governs our best known circadian (around 24 hours) rhythm. This makes us more active during daylight …

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Health and Wellbeing Technology to Prove Your Commitment

technology

Share Diabetic Health Compass New medical technologies to help manage diabetes are being innovated all the time and these intelligent devices can make the world of a difference in the overall wellness of diabetes patients. Would you like to get fitter and lose a bit of weight. How can technology help? The latest smartwatches are now quite sophisticated, with health monitors that track your activity levels and heart rate …

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Prevention is Cheaper than Cure – Winter Bugs

winter bugs

Share Forge an Alliance with Your Diabetes Stop Those Winter Bugs! We can’t avoid them all, but simple remedies can relieve the misery. Most winter bugs are viral, so antibiotics won’t touch them, but knowing how/when to self treat will make us feel better more quickly. Check with a pharmacist first if you take prescribed medication or have medical problems heart, …

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Cheaper than Therapy – Beginner’s Guide to… Run Right!

run right

SharePre-run breakfast shake: 125g low fat fruit yogurt, 200 ml skimmed milk, 30g rolled oats, 1 tbsp clear honey. Post-run refueller: 1/2 avocado and 2 large poached eggs on 1 wholemeal muffin, with a dash of lemon and pepper. Eat 15-30 mins after training to replenish glycogen stores. Make sure you drink plenty of water throughout. Running is great for …

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Anxiety, Antidepressants, Pre-Diabetes and the Running Itch

Share Anxiety was the real catalyst for my interest in running after the birth of my daughter in 2010 – when I was told I was pre-diabetic – and decided to run the Marathon! I set myself that goal partly to get rid of the baby weight, but mainly for the mental benefits. I was taking mild antidepressants pretty much continuously …

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