Emily Fawell DiplON BANT NTC CNHC Nutritional Therapist The festive period is packed with unhealthy temptations: alcohol, rich puddings, sweets, chocolates, crisps, roasted nuts, buffets! We know it’s all hard to resist. We are presented with plates overflowing with food, in the name of celebrating, and it’s hard not to overeat.
Often, by the time a client starts Pilates sessions with me, they have already been in pain for months - if not years.When asked why they haven’t looked to help themselves before now, the answer is usually because they haven’t had the time.
If you have a goal to get healthier and fitter in the new year, great!It is also a good idea to go about starting this journey to the `new you` in the right way.Many people have a plan of what they would like to achieve after their indulgences of the festive period.Usually the planned changes are drastic.
Loneliness is not just for Christmas, it can be for life. Millions of people express that they feel lonelier at Christmas however. As humans, we are social and sentient beings, meaning we are made up of emotions and therefore we’re not meant to be solitary, or exist on our own.
Jo Thorp at Bridge to Health looks at the difference a regular massage can make if you want to maintain your health-related goals in 2019.She believes scheduling a massage is just as important as scheduling exercise in the first place!