Exercise is essential to keep ourselves fit and healthy and doing so can benefit every part of the body. Regular exercise allows us to keep our muscles strong and our joints flexible, keeps us at a healthy weight and even helps to reduce the risk of many major illnesses. There's strong scientific evidence that being physically active can help you lead a healthier and happier life - and who doesn’t want that?
“Sit up straight!” “Stop slouching.” Many will have heard those two lines many times before whether it came from your teacher when you were at school, your parents at the dinner table or even your masseuse after that very rare massage. It’s easy to get into bad habits and whilst hearing it over and over can be annoying, they were all right.
There are actually 150 different types of known headaches and they are one of the most common health complaints. A headache can be an issue on its own, known as a primary headache or it could be a symptom of something else, known as a secondary headache. They all vary in length and intensity and whilst some are just a dull pain in the back of your head, others can be more severe.