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18 Apr

Circulation

Poor circulation is a common problem caused by a number of conditions. Coronary Heart disease (CHD), diabetes, obesity and smoking are some of the many causes of poor circulation. Regular exercise has many benefits plus certain foods will also help with circulation. Garlic is well known for its beneficial impact on circulation and heart health. Studies […]

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24 Mar

Employee Wellbeing

Vitality Healthy, Cambridge University, Rand Europe and Mercer (wellbeing group), have been conducting a study (the largest of it’s kind in the UK), and found that in 2019 there was a productivity loss of 92bn, across all sectors. 3/4 of this figure (68bn) was due to mental health issues and unhealthy lifestyle choices, both of […]

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28 Feb

Tranquility

Need a tranquil place for your employees to relax this spring? Only the best on Revive Retreats. Our Revive Wellness Days are being held at Ashdown Park Hotel. This elegant country house hotel is situated in East Sussex and boasts over 186 acres of woodlands to explore, deer roaming through the grounds, and a couple […]

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21 Feb

Location, location, location.

Location, location, location. Only the very best on our ‘Revive’ wellness retreats. Somewhere special where you can truly take time away form the day to day to focus on yourself and your needs. The Ashdown Park Hotel ticks all the boxes. • Quiet • Luxurious • Verdant • Sumptuous This elegant country house is situated […]

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2 Feb

Manage Your Stress Bucket

We all experience stress in our lives. Some stress is good, as stress can push us to work hard and be more focused. But too much stress can make us feel overwhelmed, and continued stress can eventually lead to problems. We all experience stress in our lives. Some stress is good, as stress can push us […]

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28 Jan

Just 30 minutes a day!

The government recommends that we do at least 150 minutes of activity a week (2.5hrs). Is it really that much to ask? This could be moderate exercise such as brisk walking or more vigorous exercise such as gym training, HIIT or aerobics. “The more active you are, and it doesn’t matter when you start, the […]

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27 Jan

How many units do you drink ?

Most heavy drinkers will try a dry January to detox after the festivities, but this can be short lived come February, as most will make up for lost time. If we can learn to moderate our alcohol intake then perhaps we won’t need to have a dry month to ease the conscience.  The RDA of […]

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19 Jan

15 top food for high blood pressure

High blood pressure or hypertension, is the most common preventable risk factor for heart disease. Over 1 billion people around the world have high blood pressure, which is defined as systolic blood pressure (SBP) diastolic blood pressure (DBP). The norms are around 120/80 SBP/DBP respectively. There are medications on hand to reduce BP however, healthy […]

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12 Jan

Stick to your resolutions

How can you stick to your New Years resolution? According to studies most resolutions fail within 1 – 6 weeks with around only 16% of people sticking to them after 6 months (economictimes). The most popular resolutions are to exercise more (get fitter) or lose weight. So why is it that people tend to fail? […]

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6 Jan

Employee Wellbeing

75 % of employees engaging in wellbeing initiatives report a positive impact on their health. (Mercer) Studies have shown that employees engaging in wellbeing initiatives report a positive impact on their overall health. Employees also have a responsibility for looking after their own health and wellbeing, and will only benefit from wellbeing initiatives if they […]

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