HEALTH AWARENESS DAYS/WEEKS AND FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER…

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September is a busy month for health awareness events. Here is a list of just a few of them…

WORLD SUICIDE PREVENTION DAY – 10th September – Every year organisations and communities around the world come together to raise awareness of how we can create a world where fewer people die by suicide.

The latest suicide statistics showed that in 2018, in the UK and the Republic of Ireland, more than 6,800 people died by suicide. Every life lost to suicide is a tragedy.

And we know that suicide is preventable, it’s not inevitable. But not being okay is still widely stigmatised. And governments can still make better, more ambitious plans to prevent suicide.

Every year The Samaritans campaign with over 70 other suicide prevention and mental health groups under the National Suicide Prevention Alliance (NSPA).

Together, they ask governments in the UK and Ireland to make suicide…

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WHAT IS THE BIGGEST CAUSE OF A FIBROMYALGIA FLARE-UP?…

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What is the biggest cause of a Fibromyalgia flare-up? Well, apparently it’sThe Weather– which I am sure most of us knew that anyway. The UK is experiencing the second heatwave of this summer and I know I am suffering at the moment. How about you?

Fibromyalgia flare-ups are a temporary increase in the number and/or intensity of symptoms. A flare-up can be different from person to person, but for many, it means severe pain, with little to no let-up. A flare-up likely includes debilitating fatigue, even to the point of feeling weak and unable to stand or walk for much length of time. Luckily, worsening symptoms usually have a distinct cause, and with the right approach, they can be treated directly and effectively.

Get to the bottom of intensifying fibro fatigue and discomfort before you try to treat it. Some flare-ups can last a few days to a…

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SLEEP SUNDAY – LET’S TALK ABOUT THE BEST COLOURS TO HELP YOU SLEEP…

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Lack ofsleep can cause stress, lack of coordination and agility, weight gain and poor judgement. They also say that we need a full night’s sleep to function correctly and even that sleeping may help you lose some weight! Now, researchers are careful to note that oversleeping has been linked to various medical problems, including diabetes and heart disease.

When we’resleeping, our brains are actively working to process the information from the day into our long-term and short-term memory. Good sleepnot only helps our bodies and minds to rest and repair, but it also allows us to perform better too. Many of us have watches that tell us how well we slept and you can become quite obsessed with how many hours of good sleep you have had.

People with pain also feel less control over their sleep, worry more about lack of sleep affecting their health and…

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