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Modern life seems full of stress and strain. Work life, family life, friends, relationships and more all seem to contribute to us being under pressure one way or another. Keeping fit and healthy probably has more awareness these days than it ever did, yet in a way it is harder than ever for us to follow this route. Many of us are desk-bound, leaving only to grab a quick lunch (although this is often eaten at the desk) or worse a cigarette, but otherwise we spend hours on end sitting down. Even if you do have an active outdoor job then there may be another area of your health you are neglecting, such as your diet. Whatever your situation, itâ€™s worth taking time out to assess your lifestyle to see if there are ways you can change it to become healthier and happier. Inside our supplement you will find a whole host of people who can help you keep your mind and body in good shape, plus help improve your life â€“ Therapists, weight loss experts, cosmetic surgeons and Stop Smoking experts. There is also several articles with a range of information to help you.
Improve Your Life
New Year New You...
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IS YOUR ENVIRONMENT AFFECTING YOUR HEALTH?
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the content is confidential and the focus always remains on the client. Robert Goodman began his psychotherapy practice in 1999 and has recently opened a private practice in St. Leonards alongside his work as a therapist with CalmFarm in Bexhill and Mankind in Brighton where he works as a registered Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) counsellor. SX251ZWXA
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START LOSING WEIGHT If you're overweight, losing weight will bring you a range of important health benefits. The key to success? Think small, realistic changes to your diet and level of physical activity that can become a part of your daily routine.
COMMIT TO CHANGE Evidence shows that the best way to lose weight is to make long-term changes to diet and physical activity that result in a steady rate of weight loss. Aim to lose weight at around 0.5kg to 1kg a week (1lb to 2lb), until you achieve a healthy BMI. Modern life can make it easy to eat too much and do little physical activity. The result is often weight gain. To lose weight, we need to change our current habits. This means eating a healthy, balanced diet and getting active. Drastic exercise regimes and fad diets that result in rapid weight loss are unlikely to work for long, because these kinds of lifestyle changes can’t be maintained. Once you stop the regime, you’re likely to return to old habits and regain weight. Instead, choose diet and physical activity changes that you can make a part of your daily routine, and stick to for life.
READY TO GET STARTED? DO TODAY You can take four actions today that will start your journey towards a healthy weight: ● Check your BMI. 1. Work out your height in metres and multiply the figure by itself.
2. Measure your weight in kilograms 3. Divide the weight by the height squared (ie. the answer to Q1). For example, you might be 1.6m (5ft 3in) tall and weigh 65kg (10st 3lb). The calculation would then be: 1.6 x 1.6 = 2.56. BMI would be 65 divided by 2.56 = 25.39. A healthy BMI ranges between 18.8 and 24.9 30 or greater is considered obese and 18.5 or less is considered underweight ● If your BMI is in the overweight range, aim to achieve a weight that puts your BMI in the healthy range. If it is in the obese range, aim to lose between 5% and 10% of your starting weight. ● Now take the next snack you plan to have and swap it for something healthier. Many common snacks, such as sweets, chocolate, biscuits and crisps, are high in fat and sugar and supply calories that we don’t need. Today, swap your elevenses or mid-afternoon snack for a piece of fruit. Aim to do the same every day: you’ve adopted your first weight loss habit. ● Next, find a way to fit just one extra walk into your day. Brisk walking is a way to burn calories, and you can often fit it into your daily routine. You might walk to the shops during your lunch break, or get off the bus one stop early on the way home and walk the rest of the way. Commit to this and you’ve adopted your second long-term habit. Ideally, you should aim to walk 10,000 steps a day: it’s not as many as it sounds. ~ 10 ~
● Last, think about your breakfast tomorrow morning. Can you make it healthier, using the foods you already have at home? DO THIS WEEK There are four actions you can take this week: ● First, plan a healthy weekly shop. Healthy, balanced meals are key to a healthy weight, and eating well often starts with having the right foods at home. At the supermarket look out for fresh foods and healthier options. ● Everyone likes a treat occasionally, like a pizza or a takeaway. So this week, swap your treat for a healthier, home-made alternative as you can make lower-calorie versions of many takeaway foods at home. If you do order in, choose healthier options. ● Next, commit to one more way to increase your level of physical activity. It’s recommended that adults get a minimum of 30 minutes of physical activity at least five days a week, and you may need more to lose weight. Physical activity means anything that raises your heart rate and makes you warm. You can split the 30 minutes up, for example, into three sections of 10 minutes. ● Last, identify this week’s danger zones. These are times when you might find yourself eating lots of unhealthy foods, perhaps because you are eating out or simply because you’re tired or stressed. Plan ahead, so that you can limit those foods. But don’t be too strict: an indulgence from time to time is fine. Info taken from www.nhs.uk
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They opened in 2011, bringing together a range of experienced practitioners to offer you comprehensive care.
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General Dentistry There is a particular interest in offering a holistic and painfree approach, wherever possible. They aim to help people build confidence by solving a range of dental concerns. Cosmetic Dentistry From the latest in tooth whitening techniques to comprehensive smile makeovers. Dental Implants Enjoy the latest in dental implant technology. Missing teeth can be permanently restored, or loose dentures can be held tight with these techniques. Invisible Braces The Invisalign method staightens teeth using discrete clear aligners. They are comfortable to wear and you can remove them to eat. This makes them a good alternative for people who want to avoid fixed metal braces. Facial Aesthetics Treatments for frown lines, wrinkles and facial rejuvenation available.
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Both homes offer dementia care at different levels so you can be sure that your loved ones are looked after the right way. Because of the high level of staff there are all kinds of activities to keep the brain active and the fun factor up and running! Residents will enjoy a great social life with plenty to enjoy such as Skittles, Sing-Song, Crosswords and Quizzes. If you don’t want to leave your loved one at home all day whilst you go to work, why not take advantage of our day care programme?
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Come in and visit this modern, welcoming clinic which is situated between Preston Circus and the large viaduct arch
Alternative Therapies have become hugely popular over the past 20 years or so as ways to treat medical symptoms without pharmaceutical medicines.
neck, shoulder or other joint problems, spine and posture problems, as well as muscle problems, sciatica, RSI, sports injuries and it can also be useful in the treatment of migraine.
Here’s the low-down of just some of the more popular ones available:
CHM is one element of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), which is an integrated system of primary healthcare that also utilises herbal medicine, massage, exercise and diet that has an uninterrupted history of development dating back around four thousand years in China and other parts of East Asia.
Acupuncture is the insertion of very fine needles into the skin at particular points on the body, to prevent or treat ill health or maintain good health. This is thought to stimulate the body’s ability to heal. Aromatherapy is the use of volatile plant oils for preventative care, healing and general physical well-being. Autogenic Training (AT), also known as Autogenic Therapy, is an effective and scientifically validated self-help technique for stress management and deep relaxation. Bodywork is a type of massage is one of the oldest, simplest forms of therapy and is a system of stroking, pressing and kneading different areas of the body to relieve pain, relax, stimulate, and tone the body. Bowen treatment involves sequences of specific gentle moves interspersed by rest periods, which are performed over a period of up to an hour. Chiropractic treatment is for musculoskeletal disorders such as
Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle, hands-on method of treatment, which involves a practitioner applying very light touch to the body (usually no greater than 5 grams) to evaluate and enhance the functioning of a body system called the craniosacral system. Crystal Therapy aims to restore wholeness, balance and health on levels of emotions, mind, spirit as well as the physical body. Hypnotherapy is the use of hypnosis for treating such conditions as addictions, anxiety, depression, obesity, irritable bowel syndrome, phobias and stress. Naturopathy is a system of primary healthcare which embodies the patient’s own resources in optimizing their psychic and physical health. ~ 13 ~
Nutritional Therapy is a system of healing based on the belief that food provides the medicine we need to obtain and maintain a state of health. Reflexology is a system of complementary medicine that maps out the reflexes on the feet and hands to all the organs and the rest of the body. Reiki (pronounced ray-key) is a Japanese form of healing developed in the early part of the twentieth century that has become popular worldwide. Shiatsu was developed by the Japanese over 2000 years ago from the medical practices that originated in China, shiatsu is designed to promote the free flow of the vital energy known as Ki through the meridians of the body. Yoga Therapy is the adaptation of yoga for people with health problems. Although ordinary yoga classes can improve general health and resolve mild complaints, they may be ineffective - or even harmful - for serious conditions. Other alternative therapies include: Alexander Technique, Dowsing, Flower Therapy, Healing, Herbalism, Homeopathy, Iridology, Kinesiology, Osteopathy, Physiotherapy, Radionics, TCM and Thought Field Therapy.
NEW YOU Now that Christmas is well and truly out of the way – a distant memory even – it’s a great time to think about how you can improve your health and wellbeing in the New Year. After all of that stuffing and chocolate, the New Year offers a great opportunity to start living a healthier life style. New Year, new you.
You might have missed the 1 January 2012 deadline, but it’s never really too late for a New Year’s resolution. Whether you’d like to quit smoking, lose weight, get fit, start eating more healthily or embark on a new exercise regime, there’s no time like the present. The sooner you start, the sooner you can be reaping the benefits. Worried that, despite your best intentions, you might not have the stamina to keep to your New Year plan? Check out our suggestions and see if they can help you on your way to becoming the new you. BE REALISTIC Whatever aspect of your life you’d like to improve, being realistic is a key part of achieving your goals. If you’d like to
lose weight, set yourself a target that is challenging, but not completely ridiculous. Keeping motivated is vital when trying to make improvements in your every day life. If you set your sights too high, becoming the new you may seem impossible in the face of deflated morale. At the same time, set your sights too low and you won’t feel uplifted by your achievements. The key is to push yourself just the right amount to a realistic time scale.
improving their health or lifestyle can be enough of a reward in the New Year. Others, however, might need a bit more of an incentive.
DON’T TAKE ON TOO MUCH
LET OTHER PEOPLE HELP YOU
The New Year is a great time to plan your journey to becoming the new you, but it is important to know your limit. It’s a good idea to take on only one thing at a time. Chances are, if you’re quitting smoking, you might find it hard to lose weight at the same time. Having said that, some lifestyle changes go hand in hand. If you’d like to lose weight, a great way to achieve this is through healthy eating and exercise. Know your limits and tailor your plan to your own needs.
Transforming into the new you can be made easier by making it a sociable occasion. Losing weight can sometimes feel isolating.
For example, if you’d like to quit smoking, you could put any money you would’ve spent on cigarettes into a jar. At the end of each week, fortnight or month, you could use that money to treat yourself to something special.
A great way to combat this is to take part in team sports or exercise classes. This way you’ll be pursuing your healthier lifestyle, and could possibly make new friends on the way. It is important to remember, however, that your New Year goals must be your own. You can only do what you are capable of and only you really know what you’d like to achieve.
For some people, knowing that they are
Happy New Year and happy new you!
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CUTTERS BARN HAIR SALON Wishing a Happy New Year to all our clients and a big thank you for your continued support.
Restore natural balance to your life
It is the time of year when we all like to make a few changes and our hair is no exception, it plays such a big part in making us feel and look good. Here at Cutters Barn Hair Salon there is always a warm, friendly welcome and we are all willing and able to listen to you and your questions about styling and colour to help you achieve the style you are looking for that fits in with your busy schedule. We offer a Free Consultation Service where you are given time to discuss your requirements with our stylists in a relaxed atmosphere. We also have our own Car Park which is Free for all our clients so you really can start to relax the minute you arrive and fully enjoy our wonderful rural setting in a beautifully converted Sussex Barn – the peace and tranquillity that we offer is second to none.
Try our naturally healthy drug-free treatments, courses & workshops: Acupuncture Allergy Testing Aromatherapy Bowen Technique Chinese Herbs Chiropractic Coaching Counselling Cranio-sacral Therapy Feldenkrais Homeopathy Hypnotherapy Iridology Life Coaching NLP Massage (Deep Tissue, Holistic, Hot Stone, Indian Head, Pregnancy, Sports, Thai, Ayurvedic) Naturopathy Nutrition Organic Facials Osteopathy Reﬂexology Shiatsu Shamanic & Spiritual Counselling Yoga Pilates Reiki Tai Chi ...and many more!
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We all know smoking is bad for our health and wellbeing. Science has proven that smoking is linked to many serious and fatal diseases including lung cancer, heart disease, bronchitis and emphysema. And yet so many of us find it difficult to stop. Looking for some inspiration to help you start stopping? Maybe we can help. THE FACTS First of all, there are the facts: cigarettes contain over 4,000 toxic chemicals and around 50 of these cause cancer. Scary, huh? Some chemicals found in cigarettes include acetone (nail polish remover), methanol, carbon monoxide and formaldehyde – none of which do your body any good! And it’s not just your health that smoking can damage – it’s your bank balance too. If you smoke 20 a day, you will spend more than £900 over the next 6 months. Think about what you could do with that money and try and use it as an incentive to make you stop. Some people choose to put the money they would spend on cigarettes every day into a jar, so they can visibly see
the money they are saving. At the end of the month, empty the jar out and treat yourself to something special. THE METHODS
There are many things out there to try and help you stop, like patches, gum, nicotine replacement therapy and even alternative therapies like hypnotherapy. The NHS also offers a Stop Smoking service, where you can make regular appointments with an NHS specialist who can help you finally quit. The NHS offer lots of free things to help you quit – including Quit Kits, which contains advice from experts developed to help you, quitting apps, leaflets and flyers and even stress-busting MP3s. THE BENEFITS And what of the benefits? Stopping smoking will reduce your risk of a whole host of illnesses, from cancer to gangrene, and improve your fertility levels. As soon as you
stop smoking, your body will start to recover. After just 24 hours, carbon monoxide will be eliminated from your body. Quit for 10 years and your risk of lung cancer will fall to half that of a smoker and your risk of heart attack will fall to the same level as someone who has never smoked. If you’ve got kids, it’ll reduce the chances of them suffering from asthma or glue ear. Plus, your every day life will improve too – you’ll be able to taste food more, breathing will be easier, you won’t smell of cigarettes and your teeth won’t be brown. There are plenty more, but we’ve only got room to list a few. Don’t get us wrong, quitting smoking is not easy. But with the right amount of will power and help from other areas, you can do it!
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Nuria advises those unwell not to dose themselves with pills and potions which even if natural could be unsuitable or detrimental if taken without the advice of a qualified practitioner who has the knowledge to assess if these remedies can be safely taken with the drugs prescribed by their GP. Therefore, the first consultation should be thorough, and may suffice to advise on a particular health problem. Nuria has been practising in Sussex and Eastbourne for more than 26 years, and provides patients with independent health advice. Coming from a family of doctors, she studied medicine in Barcelona before moving to the UK, and specialising in complementary medicine. Nuria has been a member of the Complimentary Medical Association (CMA) for over 10 years; she received the “Practitioner of the Year” award in 1990. Nuria differs from most other complementary therapists because of her training in formal medicine. She asks her patients to provide information about medication currently prescribed by their GP so as to ensure that there is no interference from any licensed natural remedies she recommends. Nuria is located in central Eastbourne, and there are parking facilities at the property. For further information or for an appointment for an initial consultation please contact Nuria by telephone on the number below.
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KEEPING FIT THE BASICS
There are lots of ways to improve your fitness without having to join a gym. Joining a local sports team is a great way to spend your spare time and keep fit. You also get to meet lots of new people.
and make you feel warmer.
THE BENEFITS OF GETTING FIT
A good idea is to try out a whole range of physical activities to see which ones you enjoy the most.
By keeping physically active, you’re making sure that your joints and body organs are kept in good working order. Exercise can also help maintain your weight at a healthy level and can protect you against catching coughs and colds on a regular basis. You’ll also feel an increase in your energy level and brain activity. Knowing that you’re looking and feeling good can also give your self-confidence a real boost. HOW MUCH EXERCISE DO YOU NEED? If you’re under 18, you should try to do a total of 60 minutes of physical activity every day. You don’t have to do it all in one go, but in chunks of at least 10-15 minutes throughout the day. This includes everything from pumping iron in the gym to walking up stairs instead of taking the lift. The key thing is that the activity should increase your heart rate
If you’re over 18, aim for at least 30 minutes of exercise at least five days a week.
Once you’ve decided the sorts of exercise you enjoy, you can plan what type of exercise you’re going to do and when. BEFORE YOU START If you’ve decided to start an exercise routine, it’s important to go and see your doctor for an examination. Your doctor will be able to let you know how much exercise you should be doing to begin with. They’ll also let you know if you have any medical conditions like back pain that can limit the type of exercise you do. FITNESS FOR FREE Getting fit isn’t all about gyms. Some forms of exercise won’t cost you a penny and most types can easily be slotted into a busy lifestyle. ~ 20 ~
Think about: cycling or walking to school, college or work instead of driving or taking the bus, running around the block a few times a week can improve your fitness level and you’ll soon find yourself running quicker and further checking out the leisure facilities provided by your local authority; many have basketball hoops, tennis courts and football pitches that you can use free of charge TEAM SPORTS Getting fit isn’t just something you have to do by yourself. Playing team sports like football, hockey or netball is great exercise, but is often more enjoyable because you’re with a group of friends. Your school, college or university may run sessions in the evening, or you might want to get involved with a local team. You can find details of local clubs on the internet, in the phone book or at your nearest leisure centre. Your local authority can also give you information of sporting activities in your area. Advice taken from www.direct.gov.uk
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Saturday 16th March 7.30pm - Midnight £30.00 per person
Springbok Care Agency Live in Carers - Providing the help people need to stay in their own homes
We know everyone is different so we offer a free, local ‘getting to know you and your personal requirement’ meeting as part of our care package. We can provide: • Long term live in care, avoiding constant staff changeover • Short term care for post-op, carer respite, holiday cover or weekend help • Kind, caring and reliable staff, known to us and highly vetted • Carers experienced in palliative care (we can provide trained nurses if required) • A personal service and continual assessment of your needs
For more information contact Simone or Hayley on 01403 788311 You can email us at email@example.com Or visit our website at www.springbokcareagency.com ~ 22 ~
ROSEBERY HOUSE RESIDENTIAL HOME PHILOSOPHY OF CARE Rosebery House Residential Home provides care services for the elderly mentally infirm. Our philosophy is centred on the individual’s right to achieve and maintain privacy, dignity, independence, choice and fulfilment regardless of their physical or mental capabilities. The Home is located in the most popular residential areas of Hampden Park District in Eastbourne. It is approximately 11⁄2 miles north of the town centre. The Home is situated next to a pleasant public park and a short walking distance from local shops including a Post Office and the train station (Hampden Park Station). SERVICES INCLUDE: • Long and Short Stay • Local GP service • Personal laundry service • Visiting clergy • Visiting hairdresser
• Respite and convalescence • Varied menus and special diets • Regular activities and outings • No restrictions on visiting • Visiting chiropodist
COMMUNITY SERVICES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
ACCOMMODATION FEATURES • 30 single bedrooms, some with en-suite facilities and all tastefully decorated with controllable heating facilities and wash basin. • 3 lounge/dining rooms • Treatment room • Assistant call systems to all rooms • Visitorsʼ parking • Passenger lift • Large level access to garden areas
CARE FACILITIES We aim to create a homely atmosphere. Service users are encouraged to give their own rooms individual touch with their personal possessions. We foster friendly relations with local communities and like visitors to call in as they would into any home. Our service users benefit from joining in various local activities where this is possible. Our care facility aims to be a real home for them.
ROSEBERY HOUSE RESIDENTIAL HOME 2 ROSEBERY AVENUE, EASTBOURNE EAST SUSSEX BN22 9QA
Tel: 01323 501026
Web: www.rosebery-carehome.co.uk Email: Enquries@rosebery-carehome.co.uk ~ 23 ~
MAKE 2013 YOUR YEAR TO STOP SMOKING...
Come along to one of our FREE information & support session to see how you could be smokefree.
EAST SUSSEX STOP SMOKING SERVICE 0800 917 8896 www.stopsmokingineastsussex.co.uk
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Monday 21st January 2013, 6 - 7pm at Hailsham Health Centre, Vicarage Fields, Hailsham. or Thursday 24th January 2013, 6 - 7pm at Avenue House, The Avenue, Eastbourne.