How Is Your Health?

Here’s why you may be experiencing back pain and how to treat it

If you're struggling with chronic back pain, you're not alone. Millions of people around the country end up missing work, having limited mobility and even temporarily becoming disabled due to back pain. Your back is a complex part of the body, consisting of the spinal cord and millions of nerve endings. The spinal cord consists of a series of vertebrae connected by discs. If any imbalance occurs in this system, you may experience back pain and require treatment. Read More 

Could Remedial Massage Techniques Help You Take Control of Your Migraines?

Migraines are often misunderstood by people who have never had one. Those who don't know better frequently fail to realise they're more than just a headache and have no idea how debilitating they can be. For people who do get migraines, however, the extent of their impact is all too familiar. Visual disturbance, nausea and dizziness are just some of the symptoms you might experience, with migraines often making it difficult to carry on with normal activities. Read More 

Suffering from Varicose Veins? Consider These Treatment Options

Varicose veins may cause you a lot of physical and mental distress. Apart from causing embarrassment about unsightly marks, they can become quite painful. On a positive note, varicose veins can be treated successfully. The following are treatment options your doctor may recommend. Lifestyle changes This is the first treatment for varicose veins disorder. By observing some daily activities, you can be able to relieve pain and prevent other varicose veins from forming. Read More 

Three Things You Should Do if You Accidentally Cut Your Hand

If you cut your hand quite badly, it's important to act quickly and take the appropriate measures to minimise the amount of damage this injury causes. Read on to find out what these measures are. Rinse the wound The first thing you should do after cutting your hand is rinse the wound under clean running water to remove any debris and to wash off most of the bacteria that may be present around the broken skin. Read More 

Stretch, Flex and Play Rugby

Training for a contact sport such as rugby can put huge demands on the body. With the amount of both cardiovascular and strength training needed, it is inevitable that you will suffer some sort of injury. Rugby players often tear and strain muscles because of the nature of the game. Periods of inactivity, either in game or during training, coupled with bursts of speed and hard impacts are usually the cause. Read More 

About Me

How is Your Health?

How is your health? This may seem like a simple question but it is, in fact, a potentially complex one. A lot of things can go wrong with the human body and unfortunately, a lot of those things may be hidden from sight. I thought that everything was great. But it turns out that I had super high blood pressure, I was overweight and I also had a problem with my knees. Thankfully, when I finally went to see a doctor, he was able to help me out! I decided to start this blog so I could encourage others to look after their health.


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