Personal Issues

Are you affected by snoring?

According to the British Snoring & Sleep Apnoea Association (BSSAA) 30 million people in the UK are affected by snoring – that’s around 15 million snorers plus their sleeping partners.

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Personal Issues

The A – Z of a good night’s sleep

With March being National Bed Month, there's no better time to reflect on the importance of having a good night's sleep, especially where your health is concerned.

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Personal Issues

Spotting the signs of an eating disorder

According to the UK eating disorders charity Beat, the average person experiencing eating disorder symptoms takes 149 weeks before they seek professional help - that's almost three years.

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Bad breath fears affect millions of Brits

It's something that affects most of us from time to time. But if new research from teeth whitening brand White Glo is anything to go by, more than 21 million people in this country dread having bad breath.

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Alcohol Tracker

Find out how your alcohol intake affects your health

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Personal Issues

Tinnitus: can it be prevented?

This year, February 5th marks the beginning of Tinnitus Week (2018), an annual international event that aims to raise awareness of a condition affecting an estimated one in 10 people.

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Personal Issues

Are you putting your hearing at risk?

If you’ve decided to take steps towards looking after your health more effectively this year, you may well be considering actions such as being more active, giving up smoking and eating more healthily. But have you given any thought to looking after your hearing?

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Personal Issues

Could you spot the signs of stress?

According to the International Stress Management Association UK – charity and organiser of International Stress Awareness Day (November 1st, 2017) – stress is an unhealthy state of body or mind, or both.

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Personal Issues

Four in 10 Brits don’t know the signs of bowel cancer

Research for the charity Red Trouser Day suggests many people in this country feel awkward opening up about bowel cancer, with many admitting they don’t know the signs to look for. And it could be putting lives at risk, experts from the charity claim.

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Giving up Smoking

Many Brits are living with avoidable sight loss

Experts behind National Eye Health Week (September 18 - 24) have warned that a million people in the UK are living with avoidable sight loss that’s severe enough to have a significant impact on their daily lives, leaving them unable to do things such as drive.

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