Updated: Wednesday 16 December 2020

You’ve taken control of your health and wellbeing and joined the gym, so why the worry? Senior Wellbeing Personal Trainer, Graham Morland, tackles first-time gym-goer anxieties head on.

Updated: Tuesday 15 December 2020

Having a Health MOT is an excellent first step to improving your fitness. Get the most out of your Health MOT by asking the right questions.

Updated: Tuesday 15 December 2020

The temperature is dropping and the days are getting shorter. As we head into winter we’re all at a greater risk of catching colds or the flu, but there’s lots you can do to boost your immune system to help avoid the misery.

Updated: Tuesday 15 December 2020

Not getting as much exercise as you’d like? Maybe you’re still working from home, or you’ve become a bit less active over lockdown. Dr Ben Kelly, Head of Clinical Research has 5 tips to help you move around more on a daily basis – starting with easiest first.

Updated: Monday 30 November 2020

Small changes to your lifestyle could make you happier, and see you living a longer, healthier life. There's no magic cure, but Head of Clinical Research Dr Ben Kelly has 5 top tips to help you keep your mind and body firing on all cylinders well into retirement.

Updated: Thursday 5 November 2020

Men have a poor reputation looking after their own health. Here are five key health issues and the symptoms men can’t afford to ignore.

Updated: Friday 23 October 2020

Everyone has different pain tolerance levels, but if you're experiencing mild musculoskeletal pain, try practicing these natural techniques to improve how your body copes, without using painkillers.

Updated: Thursday 24 September 2020

Getting a good night's sleep isn't just about having energy for the day ahead, it has real effects on your health. Physiologist Jade Wells explains.

Updated: Wednesday 16 September 2020

Learning to cope with and avoid stress will help you to build your emotional resilience allowing you to maintain focus, improve your relationships, your work performance and improve your overall wellbeing.

Updated: Wednesday 16 September 2020

If we ‘are what we eat’, then it makes sense that when we feel under the weather adapting our diet could help. Jackie Donkin explains six signs that you may need to see a Nutritional Therapist.

Updated: Wednesday 16 September 2020

Niki May Young takes us through her 360+ Health Assessment experience, and the surprising discoveries that were made.

Updated: Wednesday 16 September 2020

Need motivation to get off the couch? Nuffield Health’s Head of Fitness, Chris Foster, gives six no nonsense reasons why you should get active, now.

Updated: Wednesday 16 September 2020

Going to the gym isn’t all about bulking up or slimming down, it can also be a place to meet new people, relax or have fun. Here’s our list of 10 things you can do at the gym, other than pump iron.

Updated: Wednesday 16 September 2020

The sun is shining, the beach is beckoning and you are teeming with excitement at the thought of taking a well-earned break. But leaving everyday life behind doesn’t mean you have to abandon a healthy lifestyle.

Updated: Wednesday 16 September 2020

Personal Trainer Martyn Oakey fills us in on the tests involved in a Health MOT and how they can help you to improve your fitness.

Updated: Thursday 3 September 2020

Recent fitness trends have placed a greater focus on resistance training, but that's no reason to ignore the benefits of cardiovascular exercise. Nuffield Health's Head of Fitness, Chris Foster, provides the reasons cardio can improve your health.

Updated: Thursday 3 September 2020

Chronic pain can make you think that life may never be ‘good’ again. But small adjustments can help you cope with it and live positively with long-term pain.

Updated: Thursday 3 September 2020

Taking these simple steps to improve your sleeping environment could rid you of restless nights.

Updated: Thursday 3 September 2020

These cognitive behavioural therapy techniques retrain your body and mind to sleep well at night. Brendan Street explains the basic formula.

Updated: Thursday 3 September 2020

If you’re not sleeping enough, the effects could be more significant that bags under your eyes, and there could also be dramatic but hidden effects on how you think and feel. Head of Preventative Medicine, Dr Ben Kelly, explains sleep can be closely linked to your physical and mental health.