The transition into winter is a smooth one, but as temperatures drop many of us find ourselves wondering how to look after our skin at this time of year. While summer called for protection from the sun, and autumn needed some extra moisturiser, the coldness of winter brings a few extra problems.
November – the month when we celebrate Guy Fawkes Night. Not everybody enjoys this festival however, as some children (and pets!) are terrified of the loud bangs. Phosphorus can be of great help here, while Coffea can calm them if they become over-excited by events.
There are a lot of things you can do to maintain optimum health, but sleep is one thing that is often overlooked. Not only does sleep allow the body time to rest and the brain time to organise itself, it is also an important factor in weight loss and overall health. (1)
Here are 5 things to do to make sure you sleep well every single night.
There’s a natural rhythm to the year that sees many people being full of energy and happiness during summertime but dropping and suffering from almost depression-like symptoms in the winter. Commonly known as the Winter Blues, and quite often laughed off by those who have never experienced it, there’s actually scientific evidence that this condition exists.