It's easy to feel anxious about the effect of what we consume on our precious teeth. We all know that sugar can cause decay, and caffeine can stain them brown –but did you know that there are certain foods that are actively good for your teeth?
Do you regularly wake up in the night gagging for a glass of water? Do you experience unexplained tingling sensations in your arms and legs? Are you heaving yourself from your bed multiple times each night for the toilet? If so, you’re not alone: these are all common ‘midlife’ health ailments experienced by people in their forties, fifties, and beyond, doctors say.
The number of young people having a heart attack has been rising by 2 per cent each year for the last 10 years
Many experts argue that getting sufficient sleep is as important to your overall health as diet and exercise. Sleep deprivation is linked to a number of physical and mental health problems, including depression and weight gain, so as it's Sleep Awareness Week, I'm sharing a simple, cheap and easy tweak I made to my bedtime routine which has significantly changed how I sleep. About a year ago my boyfriend started religiously drinking a cup of camomile tea before bed.
According to a new study, published in medical journal Eurosurveillance, one of the women first showed symptoms of the condition when she visited a sexual health clinic in October 2018. Super-gonorrhoea is far more rare than gonorrhoea, which is the second most common bacterial sexually transmitted infection in the country. Gonorrhoea is a sexually transmitted disease otherwise known as “the clap”.
One in three of us suffer from poor sleep, yet the results can be more far-reaching than just tiredness. Lack of sleep can affect mental health and raise the risk of health problems such as heart disease, diabetes, and stroke. Meanwhile, good sleep can boost the immune system, help weight loss and improve mood – and the good news is there are plenty of things you can do to improve sleep.