Struggling to find the motivation to get or stay fit? Fitness says more about your future health than you may think. All you have to do is listen to your heart.

Updated: Tuesday 19 October 2021

Published: Friday 20 May 2016

Exercise can be good for your health and your happiness, but can some exercise actually be bad for you? Our Head of Physiology, Jay Brewer investigates.

Updated: Wednesday 16 September 2020

Published: Monday 22 June 2015

Being stationary throughout the day could be significantly impacting your health. Professional Head of Clinical Wellbeing, Jay Brewer, explains.

Updated: Wednesday 2 September 2020

Published: Monday 10 October 2016

As the sun starts to shine Jay Brewer, Professional Head of Clinical Wellbeing, provides advice on the sensible way to achieve a golden tan.

Updated: Friday 14 December 2018

Published: Friday 6 May 2016

Being active throughout the day is an important step in improving or maintaining your health. Here's 20 simple actions you can take at work, home and when travelling.

Updated: Friday 7 December 2018

Published: Monday 10 October 2016

Our skin is so important for our health and our confidence, but looking after it can feel like a struggle. It just takes a few quick changes to make all the difference. Jay Brewer offers some tips.

Updated: Wednesday 2 May 2018

Published: Monday 16 May 2016

Jay Brewer, Professional Head of Clinical Wellbeing, explores how investing in data could pay dividends for employee wellbeing and the bottom line.

Updated: Tuesday 16 August 2016

Published: Tuesday 16 August 2016

Your heart holds the secret to your stress levels. Nuffield Health's Head of Clinical Wellbeing explains why, and how you can use heart rate variability to combat the effects of stress.

Updated: Monday 8 August 2016

Published: Tuesday 23 June 2015

Your genetic body type can determine how well you respond to different exercises. Nuffield Health Head of Physiology Jay Brewer talks us through the three key body types and how best to train for your shape.

Updated: Monday 11 April 2016

Published: Monday 14 December 2015