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Tagged: water

Healthy Hydration: Smart Strategies for Drinking More Water

7Apr

Most of us are aware of the need to drink plenty of water in order to stay hydrated and improve our chances of keeping healthy, but finding the time or the inclination to drink water regularly throughout the day, is … Continue reading

  

Being ill can suckkkkk…

13Nov

Hey guys 🙂 As you can tell by the title I’ve been ill! I’ve recovered now, and it was a surpirisngly short peroid of illnes – about 4 or 5 hours long. It was really odd! Basically, I was in … Continue reading

  

The hot vs cool water debate

17Oct

For as long as I can remember, I’ve had doctors tell me that I should only have warm showers and baths. Well, that’s all good and dandy in theory, but when you have red raw skin and are sweating, the … Continue reading

  

Not a good day

28Sep

Hey guys Today was not a good day. I woke up and put my creams on and my skin flared up really badly. I forced myself to get ready and spent a while in front of a fan to cool … Continue reading

  

Water softeners and the benefits for people with eczema

23May

If you or your child suffers from eczema, you’re not alone. Around one in five* children and one in twelve adults are affected by this distressing skin condition.  Over the years Kinetico have helped many eczema sufferers by installing a … Continue reading

  

Fluoride & acne

13May

Fluoride is in our toothpaste. It`s in our water. It`s even in our food. While fluoride is praised for saving our teeth, many alternative health experts question the validity of fluoride`s benefits. And now many realize that fluoride may also … Continue reading

  

Environmental chemicals

14Apr

WVU study finds link between early menopause and environmental chemicals. West Virginia University (WVU) Department of Community Medicine found that women with high levels of an environmental chemical are at increased odds of having experienced menopause earlier in life than … Continue reading