Nothing is worse than waking up with a heavy head, a lead tongue and not knowing where to begin to start feeling alive again!
All it takes is one or two extra glasses while enjoying an evening with friends – and cue an AWFUL headache the next morning.
But the question is – can finding relief really be as simple as staying hydrated?
Well yes, and no. Here we break down what really goes into hangover prevention and cures!
Healthy breasts are breasts free of swellings, pain, cysts, fibrous tissue and, most importantly, free of cancer.
Breasts can be adversely affected by the sex hormones progesterone and oestrogen, as well as lymphatic congestion, which makes breasts prone to disease. But there are a few simple behaviours we can incorporate into our daily routines to enhance breast health. Here are 13 simple suggestions...
There are negative ions all around us.
We can find them around moving waters (like waterfalls, rivers and the ocean's edge), in the forest and even in our garden, especially after the rain.
These amazing things in nature are good for our body and mind, but what are they exactly? And how can we get more into our days?
Green smoothie bowls have the reputation of being too hard to make at home, or just not worth the effort.
But imagine being able to have a really fun, nutritious, beautiful and delicious snack or a meal whenever you felt like it.
We're here to show you how to can whip delicious recipe up with barely any fuss, time or cleanup.
Succulent, juicy and plump. These are signs of both a healthy cactus as well as healthy hydrated skin.
To survive in harsh, dry conditions cacti have developed techniques to hold water within their fleshy folds and use of their spines to provide shade as well as reduce airflow creating a mini habitat within a habitat. We humans, however, whilst being incredibly amazing are not able to hold our water quite so well.
In ancient times, tea was not sipped for pleasure but for medicinal purposes and as an aid to meditation. In ancient China, Buddhist monks cultivated and harvested the plants, sharing tea in their travels and keeping the traditions of growing tea alive throughout Asia.
In other cultures, remedial teas were made from plants growing in local fields and forests, with recipes and folklore handed down from woman to woman over generations.