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

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: Wednesday 16 September 2020

Tired, tearful or eating too much? They're all signs you could be stressed out. Check yourself against this symptom list to find out if you should seek some support.

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

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

Too busy to workout? Making time for your fitness will always pay off, so here's some tips from our Personal Trainers to help you keep on track with your health when time is short.

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

Psychological research reveals that connecting with others is hugely beneficial to our health. At this time of uncertainty, connecting with others can be reassuring. Being reminded of how we are all affected by COVID-19 can bring some comfort.

Updated: Thursday 3 September 2020

The health of your mind and body are intrinsically linked. Learn how physical activity can help to prevent and manage stress.

Updated: Thursday 3 September 2020

Making an effort to relax might sound counterintuitive, but it's vital to your emotional and physical wellbeing. Brendan Street, Professional Head of Emotional Wellbeing, suggests a few techniques to help you unwind before you unravel.

Updated: Thursday 3 September 2020

Food is an energy source. Used well, it will maintain a steady energy level throughout the day, used badly and your energy levels will peak and trough, along with your ability to function properly. Our expert tips will help you get the most out of your diet to feel great every day.

Updated: Thursday 3 September 2020

Roasted chickpeas are a great snack for slow-release energy to help you feel fuller for longer. Nutritional Therapist Mary Cotter dishes out the recipe.

Updated: Thursday 3 September 2020

If you're in need of an energy boost that will last, these protein-packed energy balls are just the thing. Nutritional Therapist Mary Cotter provides this simple and delicious recipe.

Updated: Wednesday 2 September 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: Wednesday 2 September 2020

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

Updated: Tuesday 25 August 2020

For some, working from home is the norm. However, since the coronavirus outbreak, many will now be facing a new working environment and, without boundaries, individuals may face challenges. So, what’s the best way to stay efficient and keep your spirits up?

Updated: Monday 24 August 2020

Struggling to break bad habits and get healthy? Research Fellow and behaviour expert, Dr Sophie Attwood has four tips to boost your chances of success.

Updated: Monday 24 August 2020

Exercise is a great way to help normalise your blood pressure levels.

Updated: Tuesday 18 August 2020

In these unprecedented times we are all dealing with many personal, health and financial uncertainties, often resulting in additional stress and strain as we adapt to homeworking. Dr Rashmi Singh, GP, takes a specific look at eye strain and headaches associated with the pressures we find ourselves under whilst working from home during self-isolation and lockdown.

Updated: Tuesday 11 August 2020

Sometimes the world seems to throw too much work your way. But don't let stress get the better of you - try these eight simple techniques to keep your cool.