There are a variety of methods for increasing individual testosterone levels (T-levels). While exercise, lifting weights, controlled stress levels, good sleep, and sun exposure can aid in boosting testosterone levels, a balanced diet can do wonders for it also. A diet based on whole foods has the potential to both optimise testosterone levels and the… Read More
Life & How You Take It!…
“Life is 10% what you make it and 90% how you take it.” Irving Berlin (1888-1989) Irving Berlin, original name Israel Baline, was an American composer who played a leading role in the evolution of the popular song from the early ragtime and jazz eras through the golden age of musicals. His easy mastery of… Read More
What are the Benefits to Older Adults of Exceeding the WHO Recommended Exercise Levels?
New research has shown that older adults who exercised above current recommended levels were twice as likely to avoid health conditions, such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes, and be in optimal physical and mental shape. New research has shown that older adults who exercise above current recommended levels have a reduced risk of… Read More
The UKs Defence People Mental Health & Wellbeing Strategy
The health (physical and mental) and wider well-being of Service personnel people contributes directly to operational capability and, as such, is a high priority. The Chief of Defence People seeks to create the conditions for Service personnel to enjoy a level of health and well-being that maximises the capacity of people for work and this applies… Read More
The Motivation to Benefit from Exercise
There is no doubt about the benefits of exercise. Physical activity is associated with a reduced risk of coronary heart disease, obesity, type 2 diabetes, and other chronic diseases and conditions. Despite the wealth of information about the benefits of exercise, sedentary adults often find it hard to change their behaviour in a sustainable manner. The… Read More
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Work-related Physical Activity: Boon & Bane!
Research Paper Title Physical Activity as Cause and Cure of Muscular Pain: Evidence of Underlying Mechanisms. Abstract Work-related physical activity (PA), in terms of peak loads and sustained and/or repetitive contractions, presents risk factors for the development of muscular pain and disorders. However, PA as a training tailored to the employee’s work exposure, health, and… Read More
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