With the nice weather approaching (hopefully), a lot of people will be heading out into the garden. Apart from making the backyard look nice, gardening can also have a positive benefit on your body in lots of ways. In fact an article from the BBC said that in the UK there are some pilot schemes for GPs to prescribe gardening to patients and some schools are setting up gardening projects to give children a nice place to relax in. So what are the known benefits of gardening? You will be surprised. Continue reading to find out.
For a lot of people the summer holidays are winding down and most of us will shortly be back at work. Holiday time often involves going to the beach, playing at parks with the kids or being out in the garden. A lot of these activities are done barefoot and this may be one reason why we feel so good when we are on holiday (apart from not having the stress of work hanging over us). Why could walking barefoot with the soles of the feet free to mesh with the surface of the earth make us feel good you may ask? Well the answer is a process called earthing or grounding. Continue reading to see what effects grounding can have on your health.
Bringing you news, research and advice on health, wellness, exercise and chiropractic care to help take your health to the next level
It's what you do everyday that impacts your health, not what you do sometimes.