Health

How to get to sleep: Sip this drink before bed to ensure a peaceful night’s slumber

How to get to sleep: Sip this drink before bed to ensure a peaceful night’s slumber



HOW TO GET TO SLEEP: During the summer months it can be difficult to get a good night’s rest. Longer daylight hours and spikes in temperature are enough to keep even the heaviest of sleepers awake. Good quality sleep is essential, and drinking certain drinks before bedtime could be the answer to disruption-free shut-eye.

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Back pain: Add this popular £1 fruit to your diet to help relieve painful symptoms

Back pain: Add this popular £1 fruit to your diet to help relieve painful symptoms



BACK pain is common and usually isn’t the sign of anything serious. It tends to improve within a few weeks, but while painkillers are one form of recommended treatment, some experts believe eating certain foods can help relieve painful symptoms. Adding avocados to your diet could help reduce soreness and discomfort.

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How to get rid of heat rash

How to get rid of heat rash: Do this one thing to your skin to relieve redness



HOW TO get rid of heat rash: With temperatures having soared over the May bank holiday weekend, many people may now be seeing the effects of too much sun, particularly a red rash on the skin - heat rash. While it is usually harmless, it can be uncomfortable, causing itchiness and a prickly feeling. The NHS recommends doing one thing in particular to avoid irritating the rash.

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Alzheimer’s: Early detection hope using sensors that monitor how you walk



DEMENTIA affects 850,000 people in the UK, of which Alzheimer’s is the most common type. Symptoms include memory loss, difficulty problem solving or putting an item in the wrong place, like an iron in a fridge. Detecting the condition earlier may help slow the condition as treatment can be given earlier. Now, a study has suggested that sensors may be the key to detect it earlier.

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