Using Technology to Get You Healthier

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Using Technology To Get You Healthier

Changing your diet and doing more exercise are the two best ways to lose weight. But, that doesn't mean that you can't take advantage of technology to help you lose the kilos. From activity trackers to the latest in exercise equipment, my blog is all about how best to use technology to take your weight loss efforts to a new level. There are so many apps, devices and techniques which target weight loss, the choice of where to begin is overwhelming. But, my blog posts will make all the techno mumbo-jumbo easier to understand, so you can decide how to make technology work best for you.


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The Difference Between Retirement Living And Aged Care

Getting older is a strange experience no matter who you are. You may start to feel like people are trying to put you into a box and then move on without you, even though you feel totally fine and energised. That is why many people are resistant to moving into retirement villages—they think that such places are where you go once you have given up on having aspirations. In actuality, retirement living can be active and very social, and it is usually different from aged care. Read More 

4 Reasons to Book an Appointment with an Eye Doctor ASAP

An eye doctor, or ophthalmologist, is a medical doctor who has specialised in diagnosing and managing problems associated with human vision, so not just issues with the eye, per se. This is because, for example, many vision problems are neurological in origin; the human vision system is extremely complicated and can get worse, or be at risk of worsening, due to many different things. This is clearly a good motive to choose an ophthalmologist to visit regularly and actually go to your regular check-ups. Read More 

Typical Reasons for Atypical Results from Your Pap Smear

Feminine reproductive health is not merely about ensuring that your reproductive system is capable of conceiving and sustaining a pregnancy. In essence, your visits to your gynaecologist should primarily be for ensuring that your body is in good health, which then illuminates other aspects that could be of concern such as infertility, tumours and so on. And one critical comprehensive test that all women should take at least on an annual basis is a Pap smear. Read More 

3 Things to Consider Before Moving into a Retirement Community

A retirement village is an excellent option if you are looking to transition from living completely independently, but you do not feel ready to move into a care home. Retirement villages can provide you with a great way to meet new people in an environment in which you are supported but can still enjoy a certain level of independence. However, before you move into a retirement community it is important that you consider the following things: Read More 

Finding the Right Child Psychologist for Your Little One

Trying to find the right child psychologist for your kids is sometimes an overwhelming process. With dozens of therapies available, it's difficult to determine whether the sea of faces in front of you contains a professional who can help your child. From determining their wants and needs to identifying the right therapies, there are lots of factors for you to consider. Choose a child psychologist who is accessible In a hectic world, logistics almost always come into play when choosing a counselor. Read More