Mood

mood | Longevity LIVE

The constant updates surrounding coronavirus can be overwhelming. Even the most realistic person is going to feel the strain of this invisible enemy that has seen nearly a quarter of the world’s population living in lockdown conditions and disrupting everybody’s mood.  What are the effects of living in such tense

depression | Longevity LIVE

Men regularly face stressful situations throughout their lives and this can affect their mental health and increase the risk of depression. In order to protect their mental health, it’s important to understand exactly what stressors are. It’s also important to learn how to recognize them as well as how to

Parks | Longevity LIVE

Today’s population is seen as the indoor generation because they rarely spend their time outdoors, let alone in parks. In fact, a 2018 survey found that, on average, people spend at least 90% of their time indoors (1). Not only are we depriving ourselves of the benefits that come from being

Happy Couple| Longevity

I’ve recently discovered Michael Van Straten’s “The Natural Health Bible”. The book is a natural guide to giving you the boost you need in whatever way you may need it using natural health supplements. Whether for your vitality, digestion, general health, or mood, Straten has all your natural solutions. I

yoga | Longevity Live

You can improve your mood, flexibility and stress levels easily. How? Simple really. Regular yoga practice is not only about finding and maintaining that balance in one’s life, it’s also a great way to improve your general sense of well being and health. A few good reasons to add yoga

Sleeping | Longevity Live

Everyone loves that feeling of a refreshed and clear mind after a good night’s sleep. Sleep plays a major role in our neurological health, such as cognitive function and memory. Sleep also plays an important role in hormonal health, such as weight balance, stress management and libido, but why would

Running has been considered  to cause more harm than good for you as you age.  Indeed for several years researchers feared the long-term effect of the then ‘new jogging craze’ would be floods of orthopaedic injuries, with older runners permanently limped by their exercise habit.  However, a study by the

contraceptive pill

We’ve all heard the reasons women have for taking contraception: to improve their skin, regularise their periods, and – obviously – to prevent unplanned pregnancy. Whatever their reasons, 62% of women who are of reproductive age use contraception, and 28%  of women use oral contraception, aka the pill. However the reason why

unique to you | Longevity LIVE

Food can boost your mood, and while learning to balance your emotions with mood food may seem complex to start, thanks to Dr Christa North, it’s simple. Here are some delicious recipes to try: Vegetable Omelet Ingredients 1 Egg 1 tsp milk 1 tsp water 8 medium slices (50g) peppers,

  Do we really eat to beat stress and depression? Not really, says a nutritional expert. Macaroni, cheese, chocolate chip cookies, fried chicken and ice cream are just some of the bad foods women turn to for comfort when we’re feeling emotionally strained, depleted or depressed, says Kathie Swift, MS,