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Some films have a lot to teach us about mental health All the Bright Places is originally a book written by Jennifer Niven, which is now streaming on Netflix. It may seem bizarre as to why a movie has grasped so much of my attention, and why I would write a review about it but it… Continue Reading →
It was like the downfall during a roller coaster ride, the adrenaline felt so good, yet scary, but good scary. I was graduating. After three years of my bachelor’s degree, I was thrilled to get out there and pump some life into practical assessments I did pretending it to be real-life scenarios — the trill of the… Continue Reading →
Does it ring a bell? Do we really know what macronutrients define? How good are they for us, and what happens when we don’t take in the required amount? Macronutrients define the building block of nutrition. In its simplest definitions, it is essential to carry out the physiological activities of the body on a day… Continue Reading →
Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) is a term often used to describe a pain that arises from the patellofemoral joint itself, or its neighbouring tissues. It is mainly reported as pain in the anterior part of the knee but doesn’t go unnoticed in other areas. Pain is felt with activities such as squats, climbing stairs, or… Continue Reading →
Introduction Let’s dissect into its skeleton first. Branching this off into two streams; Type 1 and type 2 diabetes, their effects are the same — high volumes of glucose in the blood but their methods of occurrences vary drastically. Type 1 will occurs in individuals from birth; it’s a defective condition that will arise from the body… Continue Reading →
Stretch before you do that workout. Did you warm-up before coming for this run? Stretching has been like a little prayer before dinner before any exercises but do we know everything we need to about it? Honestly, I thought I did too until I came across a few articles that suggested it might not. Stretching… Continue Reading →
Running has always been known to be the most popular sport due to low cost and low barriers to participation. It has been linked to weight management and improving cardiovascular capacity however statistics show that 93% of individuals will experience musculoskeletal injuries during their participation in running. The most common injuries that runners face include… Continue Reading →
Mental health conditions are becoming more and more prevalent in our world today. Some reasons come explained and some just have no roots to them, but that’s not why we are here today. Physical activity and mental health have been closely linked together by the World Health Organisation (WHO) who define mental health as ‘A… Continue Reading →
Warm up It’s pretty simple and straight forward for patients to adapt to this, march on your feet and do some stretches to get the blood moving throughout the body, it’s a way of letting the body know it’s going to be active in several forms and angles. What you’ll feel: after 2-3minutes you’ll be… Continue Reading →
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