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5 COMMON BACK PROBLEMS AND HOW TO FIX THEM

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5 COMMON BACK PROBLEMS AND HOW TO FIX THEM

Looking after your back is an important part of life no matter how young, fit or flexible you are.

Our modern lifestyles are culprits of a huge array of potential back threats. One of the biggest is the chairs we sit in.

But other things, like heavy bags, bad shoes, even too tight trousers can, over time, lead to a series of complicated and even agonising problems.

In this article we outline 5 common issues faced by the modern person and how we can start to address them.

 

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The Return of the Bumbag

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The Return of the Bumbag

Bum bags, that awkward accessory that millennials have far too many bad memories of. The embarrassment level would sky rocket as your mum would delve deep into the pouch strapped at her waist and produce some vital item.

Well the bags have been back for a while now, a trending item in 2017. They’ve been adopted by the likes of Gucci and Moschino. And are being worn by a pretty broad mix of celebrities.

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5 MUST HAVE GADGETS TO KEEP YOU HEALTHY IN 2018

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5 MUST HAVE GADGETS TO KEEP YOU HEALTHY IN 2018

There are whole swarms of new technologies hitting the market all of the time. From super blenders and magic water purifiers, to smart speakers and intelligent AI assistants. 

We've come up with the list of gadgets we're most excited by in 2018 which can help keep us healthy as part of our daily routine. 

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To Snack or not to Snack

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To Snack or not to Snack

When it comes to food it is very hard to know what to eat, what is healthy and what is good for you. It seems that every week there is a new health trend.

From chia seeds and detoxes of kale juice to all meat diets or no meat diets. Some people say eat more, some people say eat less. Are carbohydrates really bad for you?

One of these confusing trends is the idea of ‘grazing’. Eating small amounts often.

There have been numerous articles released suggesting that it is better for you to have up to six meals a day. However, there is little actual research and science behind this that we could find.

So, where did this little and often approach come from? And is it correct?

 

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