Author: Hazel Jane

Hazel Jane is a freelance writer, university student, and an avid reader. She has a passion for writing, skiing, and traveling the world.

Do you suffer from a lack of energy? There could be several things to blame. Not getting enough sleep, feeling stressed at work and being inactive are all things that can leave you feeling tired and sluggish. If you’re concerned that your tiredness has come on suddenly, you should get it checked out by your doctor. If you’re otherwise fit and healthy, and just suffering from a dip in energy, there are things you can do to perk yourself up again. Check out these great energy boosters for beating the slump. Make your bedtime routine a priority How much importance…

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Going to your eye doctor is just one of many ways to improve your eyesight and overall health. Did you know that OD’s can detect more than 300 systemic diseases in the eye?  According to famous Optometrist Dr. Kery Gelb ,”The root cause of many diseases is in our lifestyles. The good news is many diseases are reversible. Considering that the eyes are the greatest observatory into our health, your optometrist should be at the forefront of your efforts to optimize your own primary care.” Regular checkups are essential. The good news, most of the preventative care you should be…

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When your child is unwell, it can feel like one of the most difficult things in the world. But when we start to think about the reasons why our children get unwell, especially if it happens so much, we might want to think about what happens closer to home. The fact of the matter is that pollutants are not just outside, but when we are looking at reasons that we or our children get unwell, the culprits may be right where we eat, sleep, and breathe. Let’s show you some of the ways your home could be housing contaminants. Your…

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At the start of 2020, very few of us could have anticipated how much our lives would change over the next year. Right now, in February 2021, we’re still in the midst of a global pandemic, where coronavirus and Covid-19 is consistently spreading across the world’s population and countless people are experiencing consequences ranging from loss of life to mild sickness as a result. Given the high profile of this virus, it’s not all too surprising that many of us have started turning an eye to our own health and wellbeing, doing our utmost to minimize our chances of catching…

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Winter is a magical time for some people. Frosty windows, unique little snowflakes flurrying down, and the air so cold your breath can be seen. It’s a time of excitement for Christmas and the promises of the next year ahead. For some, though, winter is a time to dread. The cold rock of misery settling on the chest around the heart, it’s painful, and sometimes, you just don’t know why you feel like that. The lack of sunlight and the constant press of rain or cold is depressing for some people, and it makes them want to curl up…

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Every job has its moments of stress. Sometimes a bit of stress can help to provide that boost of energy when we need it most. However, too much stress can often have the opposite effect, draining us of our energy and making us perform worse. Not only that, but stress can lead to a range of health problems. If you’re constantly stressed, you’re more at risk of developing headaches, gastrointestinal problems, diabetes, asthma, and heart disease. It’s also a leading cause of depression and anxiety. Fortunately, there are lots of ways to reduce work-related stress. Below are just a few…

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In this day and age, it is so easy to doubt yourself. The world is going through many different crises at one time, and as an individual, our ability to change things on a vast scale is very small. You can feel inadequate, lonely, invisible, and ineffectual. Taking in the state of the world through social media, news outlets, or conversations with friends can become very overwhelming and lead to feelings of being lost in the noise. 2020 has been an especially difficult year for people’s mental health across the board; being cut off from friends and family has left…

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If you’re doing okay in terms of your mental health, then you’re going to be able to conquer the world. The thing is, though, a lot of us seem to struggle upstairs. Some might lack confidence, some might have a little anxiety, and some might have real underlying issues going on. Being mentally strong is something that we all deserve to be in this life because we only get a limited amount of time – it’s harsh on anyone to spend it in fear or to spend it not trying to reach their full potential. Are you someone who feels…

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You do all that you can to lead a healthy lifestyle. You’re very meticulous about what you put on your plate and in your body. You’re sure to stay hydrated, drinking at least 2 liters of water every day. You make sure that you get at least 7 hours’ sleep every night, and you do your best to visit the gym at least three times a week. You try to avoid excessive alcohol, tobacco, and even the tempting sugary, fatty, and salty treats in the break room vending machine. By any metric, you lead a healthy life. However, there’s one…

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People with a good sense of humor take things lightly, and they see the humor in everything, including absurdities of life. A good sense of humor allows people to cope with pain, stress, and even increases their chance of finding a mate. A good sense of humor isn’t something natural to everyone, but anyone can learn and develop it. If you are here because you want to know how you can enhance your sense of humor, you’ve come to the right place. Kindly read on to see how. 1. Learn to Laugh at Yourself Laughing at yourself is an act…

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