How often do you stop to think about your digestive system? Aside from when it starts to malfunction or cause pain, we’re guessing probably not that often. But, inside your tummy there is a truly magnificent system operating and it’s worth spending five minutes to read this article to find out more about the secret life…Read more
“You’ll feel better for a good night’s sleep”, or so the saying goes. But is this just an Old Wives’ Tale or is there any truth in the idea that sleep may help in the treatment of illness, and in particular gastrointestinal disorders? Read this article to find out how poor sleep affects our gut…Read more
All of us know that feeling of discomfort when we’ve overindulged or eaten the wrong type of foods. Constipation and diarrhoea are sometimes our tummy’s way of telling us that it doesn’t think much of recent food or lifestyle choices. A happy tummy makes for a far happier life in general!
You know what it’s like… you are having a bad day, with work or domestic related pressures mounting, or the children running havoc. You sit down and start eating your meal but it’s a struggle to get the food down, and you end up with indigestion, bloating, reflux, or all three.
You are what you eat, says the old adage, but what on earth does this mean and is there any truth behind the saying? Increasingly scientists believe that your gut plays a pivotal role in your overall health, not just your physical health but also your mental health and the correct functioning of your entire…Read more
Are you one of the growing numbers of people who committed to having a dry January? For the uninitiated this means giving up alcohol for the month. It is an idea that was developed by Alcohol Concern and it is growing in popularity.
To mark National Obesity Awareness Week from 8th to 14th January 2018, we are looking at the impact that being obese has on our digestive health.
It’s that time of year again when we resolve to do things differently in the year ahead. Our New Year’s Resolutions are always well-intentioned, but our ability to stick to them doesn’t always quite match up.