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  • March 2nd, 2023 Blue light has a dark side

    Taken from Harvard Health Publishing Published July 7th, 2020 What is blue light? The effect blue light has on your sleep and more. Although it is environmentally friendly, blue light can affect your sleep and potentially cause disease. Until the advent of artificial lighting, the sun was the major source of lighting, and people spent their evenings in (relative) darkness. Now, in much of the world, evenings are illuminated, and […]

  • January 5th, 2022 Resolutions for Wellbeing

    The start of a New Year can be a really exciting time. You may feel re-energised or refreshed for a ‘new start’, particularly if you had a chance to rest over the festive period  (many lines of work allow for staff to have at least a few days off for Christmas and New Year). Even if you worked at Christmas or New Year, you may still feel positive about the […]

  • November 22nd, 2021 SAD Syndrome and RAY

    When you think of winter, what do you think about? Frost on the ground in the mornings? Wrapping up warm to leave the house? Snow? The drop in temperature might be the first thing that comes to mind for most people, but the impending months of feeling low is the reality for some. It’s not the most positive sounding disorder, but SAD syndrome is very real, and is how the […]

  • October 6th, 2021 Excess blue light can’t affect my gut micro bacteria… can it?

    It may be something that you’ve not thought about before. If light impacts sleep and sleep impacts the balance in the gut, as research is finding, it’s a fairly simple leap and may go some way to explaining the propensity towards weight gain, obesity and even diabetes amongst those who suffer with insomnia or work night shifts. Here’s how, why and what you can do to address it.  Circadian rhythm […]

  • June 24th, 2021 The other pandemic – and how to avoid it

    Amidst the Corona pandemic, another pandemic is unfolding and it’s impacting our children most of all. It’s referred to as ‘the myopia pandemic’ and it essentially means that 50% of young people in Europe today are short-sighted, according to Caroline Klaver MD in the Netherlands. (That’s half! Up from 10% naturally occurring short-sightedness in young people less than 20 years ago). Dr Klaver isn’t the only one concerned – research […]

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