Eight out of ten adults experience lower back pain once in their lifetime. I am one of those people and I’m definitely not looking forward to my participation award. I know how it feels like to step out of bed and barely being able to put on your socks. Having lower back pain sucks. But […]
Arthritis affects around 10 million people, young and old, in the UK. Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis are the two most common types of arthritis, and symptoms include inflammation in and around the joints, warm, red skin over the affected joint, and weakness and muscle wasting. While there is no cure, there are ways proven to […]
Hay fever sufferers have faced a tough time over the last week after the pollen count hit record levels. Typical symptoms are sneezing and coughing, a runny or blocked nose, itchy, red or watery eyes, an itchy throat, mouth nose and ears, and a headache, according to the NHS. While these only last for weeks […]
Back pain symptoms include feelings of discomfort and aching in the lower and upper areas of your back, possibly around your spine. It can be caused by a number of factors including bone problems, infection or even repeated heavy lifting earlier in life, according to the NHS. The pain can develop suddenly, or may instead […]
IBS symptoms, or Irritable Bowel Syndrome, include pain and cramping, diarrhoea and constipation. You can reduce the signs by trying these five diet tips.
HOW TO get rid of heat rash: With temperatures having soared over the May bank holiday weekend, many people may now be seeing the effects of too much sun, particularly a red rash on the skin – heat rash. While it is usually harmless, it can be uncomfortable, causing itchiness and a prickly feeling. The […]
CONSTIPATION pain is not fun – you are bloated, your stomach hurts and you may even find it challenging to participate in everyday activities. But there are a number of things you can to relieve and help symptoms, including taking supplements such as magnesium.
STRESS symptoms and anxiety affect more than 80 per cent of the UK public, according to a poll on ITV Lorraine. But, you could relieve stressful signs with these exercises, according to Dr Hillary.
KNEE pain is one of the most common side-effects of arthritis, as the joint cartilage wears away or the knee becomes inflamed. These simple exercises, when done regularly, help reduce the pain and build strength.
BACK pain usually improves within a few weeks or months, but going about your daily routine can be tough when you have it. One way some experts believe you can relieve symptoms is through taking supplements, such as vitamin D.