Massage Therapy | Benefits Of Sports Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy | Benefits Of Sports Massage Therapy

Tuesday, March 07, 2017

In this time and age, individuals are investing hours behind their office desks, sitting on the uncomfortable office seat, and snapping onto the keyboard keys, quirkily. People who like to do everything sitting in front of their desk, tend to have the what’s commonly known as the “Sitting Disease”. Office work requires mental ability, and sitting at your work area for long timeframes could incur a significant damage to your body. Read more

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Top 8 Summer Holiday Health Regime Tips

Top 8 Summer Holiday Health Regime Tips

Thursday, March 02, 2017

The summer holidays are around the corner and it’s like the perfect time to work on your health regime. But getting a better health would require you to have a predetermined knowledge about the type of diet and nutrition that would work best for you body. A fitness enthusiast or not, these dietary changes would do wonders for your mind, body and skin. Read more

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Sleep Therapy | How Massage Can Help

Sleep Therapy | How Massage Can Help

Monday, February 27, 2017

There is nothing better than a good night’s sleep after a tiring day at work. To rejuvenate your body and to make it ready for the next day, it’s essential that you get optimal, quality sleep. Not just that, a good night’s sleep is pertinent for the healthy functioning of your body organs and cognitive ability.  Read more

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Acupuncture And Asthma | Holistic Asthma Treatment

Acupuncture And Asthma | Holistic Asthma Treatment

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Asthma is one of those health issues that are surging in UK since 1990s similar to hear in Australia. The figures related to asthma are highly appalling. In UK alone, there are 5.4 million people who are being treated for asthma, including 4.3 million adults and 1.1 million children. In 2014 alone, 1216 people died from asthma, at an average of 3 people per day. Read more

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Back-to-school health: Avoiding backpack induced back pain

Back-to-school health: Avoiding backpack induced back pain

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Have your ever given a thought that your child’s backpack could be aggravating their health or more specifically, inducing a back pain? Well, if your child’s backpack weighs more than 15 percent of their body weight, it could be hurting their back, badly. And it’s not just the weight of the backpack that’s an issue, many kids don’t even know how to wear their backpack properly to minimize the strain on the back. For starters, backpacks need to be worn on both shoulders, thus to equally spread the weight. Your child’s backpack should sit at waist-level, and it should shall fall just two inches below their shoulder blades.  Read more

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What Do We Mean by Work-life Balance & How Does it Affect Productivity?

What Do We Mean by Work-life Balance & How Does it Affect Productivity?

Monday, October 17, 2016

Work-life balance is an important issue that employers need to consider carefully as it directly affects absenteeism, staff retention rates and productivity.  A good work-life balance is a way of describing a life in which there’s enough free time to have a satisfying family and social life and to pursue hobbies like sports or painting watercolours. Read more

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Ergonomics & Health | What Is It?

Ergonomics & Health | What Is It?

Monday, October 10, 2016

Ergonomics is the study of efficiency as a way to achieve maximum productivity, so it’s of great interest and benefit to all Australian employers. It’s a globally-recognised multi-disciplinary science incorporating industrial engineering, computer science, biomechanics, safety engineering and psychology.    Read more

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What are the Key Elements that Make Employees Happy at Work?

What are the Key Elements that Make Employees Happy at Work?

Monday, October 03, 2016

Ergonomics has made a tremendous impact on safety in the workplace, but does it contribute anything to making employees happy and more productive? Read more

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How Frequently Should I Train to Improve My Swimming?

How Frequently Should I Train to Improve My Swimming?

Monday, September 26, 2016

This is one of the most frequently asked questions about training and the answer depends on your goals. For example, competitive swimmers should train 2 – 4 times a week, spaced out to include a rest day in between.   Read more

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Goggles – Different Types Pros & Cons: Pool, Ocean & Lake Swimming

Monday, September 19, 2016

A good pair of goggles is very important for swimmers who compete in pool races, triathlons or open water swimming.  Apart from giving you clear unimpeded vision, you need to protect your eyes from chlorine, salt and micro-organisms found in open water.  Read more

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