It is a country I have visited a fair few times in my life and I write this knowing I will return again, with more places in mind I want to see. Sangria, sunshine, fairly inexpensive flights and my new found love for Club la Santa create a continued appeal I am not alone in experiencing.
One thing I’ve never been to Spain for — or anywhere for that matter — is exercise, my usual consumption of sangria distracts from it.
Research shows there’s a growing number of people experiencing food allergies and intolerances (self-diagnosed or otherwise). Therefore it is hardly surprising that Google searches for food allergies and intolerance testing labs are up 750% in the UK alone — increasing year-on-year.
Weighted blankets are set to be the biggest wellness trend of 2020 as people slowly discover the various benefits of weighted blankets, from better sleep and reduced anxiety, to helping with symptoms of various health conditions.
Here are all your questions answered
along with my honest review, and the verdict from the mother of an autistic child.
If you follow me on Instagram (or know me irl) you’ll know I suffer terribly with cold sores. I have spent almost 15 years trying to find the best cold sore treatment to deal with it, and haven’t had much luck (until now).
A song can make you feel happy or sad, and affect the intensity of a gym session — but can sound alone have a healing effect? I explain this type of meditation and put different forms of sound baths in London to the test.
Can subjecting yourself to extreme temperatures aid weight loss, improve skin condition, boost your immune system and help the body heal faster? Is cryotherapy good for you?
Whether the temperature is high (like in an infrared sauna) or as low as -90C (like a cryotherapy chamber), exreme temperatues trigger reactions in the body, giving way to a whole host of benefits (apparently).
I tested out cryotherapy and, after researching all the claims, it didn’t live up to expectation at all.