At home treatment and management options can assist to cope with the painful effects of arthritis and ensure that you can continue living a happy and healthy life with the condition.
Back pain is considered chronic if it lasts three months or longer. It can come and go, often bringing temporary relief, followed by frustration.
If you have diabetes, you know how important it is to be aware of and to manage your condition. Using smartphone apps can assist in managing the condition in a variety of ways, from tracking blood sugar and insulin, to providing information and inspiration for food, activity and more.
Exercising at home is a fantastic way for older adults to remain healthy and strong. Physical activity is one of the main contributors to living a longer and healthier life, with a multitude of benefits associated with regular exercise. Even if you have never been a big fan of exercise, it’s never too late to start.
An aged care assessment, or ACAT assessment, is an important first step towards accessing aged care services. It helps you access the support you need to live your best and most fulfilled life.
Taking care of someone with dementia? Here are some useful tips that will help you provide better holistic care for your loved one.
You don’t have to be an elite professional athlete to reap the benefits of sport and physical exercise. The simple act of moving your body – in whatever way you are able to do so – does wonders for your mental wellbeing, your productivity, and your mood.
Competing in a race is fantastic: the thrill of being amongst a big group of other runners, the fun of running somewhere you normally wouldn’t be able to, the advantage of being timed in a race environment, and the high of crossing that finish line. But there are a few steps before you can get there.
‘Blue Zones’ are regions of the world where people live longer. These areas of unusual longevity have long fascinated researchers, as they try to ascertain what these locales have in common that result in the long-lasting health of their residents.
Trauma and adversity have a profound effect on the biological, psychological, neurological and social wellness of a child. A trauma-informed approach to early learning includes developing a thorough understanding of the ways trauma impacts children, and recognising symptoms of trauma as being adaptive, rather than pathological.