This month is Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness Month, and with this in mind Plutus Health’s CEO Andy Wilkins, offers sufferers some useful advice on natural solutions for improving your overall bowel health.
Irritable bowel syndrome affects an incredible one in five people in the UK, and is widely regarded as an uncomfortable and, at times, humiliating illness. IBS can have significant impact on a person’s life, completely changing how someone lives day to day and affecting everything from diet, to work, to social life.
As the days get longer and the temperatures start to rise, spring is the ideal season to get back outside into nature and exercise outdoors. After all, spring is the season of renewal and rebirth, so why not apply the same philosophy to your exercise routine?
Here, Plutus Health CEO, Andy Wilkins, offers advice on how to set and achieve new fitness goals, as well as making the most of the great outdoors in your exercise routine.
Do you often find yourself giving up on a task that is too complicated? Do you embrace challenge, or panic and run a mile? In your mind is the glass half full, or half empty? Believe it or not, our mental outlook can have a direct effect on our physical health. In fact studies have shown that a positive mental attitude (PMA) is beneficial to our psychological well-being, as well as our physical health.
So how can we adopt PMA at all times combined with a generally sunny disposition? Andy Wilkins, Plutus Health’s CEO, explains how we can train ourselves to become more positive-minded and outlines the benefits associated with an optimistic attitude to life.
We’ve become a nation glued to our TV sets, computers and smart phones, our brains overloaded with constant streams of new information. But as our lives have become increasingly fast-paced and chaotic, led in part by the 24-7 digital age in which we now live, our ability to ‘wind down’ has been compromised. And the quality of our sleep has probably never been so bad.
In honour of National Bed Month this March, which promotes healthy sleeping patterns, Andy Wilkins, CEO of Plutus Health, gives advice on how to adopt a healthy night-time routine that will hopefully leave you sleeping soundly every night.
Eating disorders are frequently misunderstood. The individual nature of each illness can make it difficult for family, friends, colleagues (and wider society) to get to grips with it and truly understand why someone is suffering, and just what they are going through.
This Eating Disorder Awareness Week (27 February to 5 March 2017), Plutus Health CEO Andy Wilkins shines a light on these very real illnesses, tackling the stigma and sharing advice for helping others.
February is the month of love, and while you might have spent time this week planning a romantic gesture for your loved one, sometimes it’s just as important to think about number one. After the usual health kick in January, here Plutus Health CEO, Andy Wilkins, explains why learning to love your health and wellbeing this month is just as important.
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