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Alternative ways to stay fit when you can’t leave your housewritten by talkhealth
The secret to getting fit is to use every opportunity to be active. In normal life, that may seem like an easy mantra. You could walk to work, turn your meetings into walk-and-talks, spend your lunch break getting to know the area better. When you’re under lock-down, however, it’s a lot harder to get more active. But it is possible. Read more here.
How to manage MS during the coronavirus pandemicwritten by talkhealth
The prospect of catching coronavirus is terrifying for everyone, but it’s especially so for anyone already living with an autoimmune disorder or chronic condition. So what does coronavirus mean for MS patients? We asked five of our most burning MS-coronavirus questions to Dr Gavin Giovannoni, a professor of neurology at Queen Mary University of London and specialist in MS disease-modifying therapies. Read more here.
Feel Your Best Every Day of the Monthsponsored by Savant Distribution Ltd.
Your hormone levels can fluctuate during the week or so leading up to your period. These changes can, among other things, leave you feeling fatigued, low in energy and experience skin breakouts. This is known as your pre-menstrual time and it can have a significant negative impact on your daily living and quality of life.
How to exercise when your kids are at home all daywritten by talkhealth
Finding time for yourself is always a big ask when you’re a parent. Add on the fact that you now have your children at home with you all day, every day for the foreseeable future and small acts of self-care (like your exercise regime) go out of the window. Read our blog here.
How to stay safe during the coronavirus outbreak when you have a chronic conditionwritten by talkhealth
The current coronavirus outbreak is worrying for everyone, but it’s particularly concerning if you’re already living with a chronic illness. Many of those who have passed away from the virus have been elderly or suffering from a pre-existing illness – meaning that it’s most dangerous for anyone living with things like asthma, diabetes or heart disease. Find the full blog here.