Sleep: a health ally

March 19 2024 marks International Sleep Day. We can’t stress enough the importance of sleep, a vital requirement for our health and well-being, both physical and mental. It recharges our batteries, strengthens our immune system, protects our heart, stimulates our brain, regulates our mood and appetite and enhances our creativity.
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A Healthy Christmas

Tourtière, dishes in sauce, foie gras, ham, wine, the Yule log… these dishes delight our taste buds during the festive season, but beware, they can also make us ill if eaten without moderation. Then it’s time for regrets: digestive problems, hangovers, lack of sleep, weight gain.
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Energizing or energy-draining physical activity?

Since energy cannot be reserved for later, we need to learn how to manage it daily. Not all physical activities are equivalent in terms of energy expended and associated health benefits. So here are the differences between energizing and energy-consuming activities:
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Bright ideas for lack of light

Autumn is a season of shorter days and less light. This can have a negative impact on morale, health, and productivity at work. Fortunately, there are solutions to counter the lack of light in autumn and make the most of this time of year.
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Seniors’ health: it’s never too late to take charge

October 1 is the International Day of Older Persons. This celebratory date inspired us to talk about the health of our elders, because it’s never too late to take preventive action. Ageing may be a natural and inescapable phenomenon over which we have no control, but everyone can adopt healthy habits for healthy ageing.
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Autumn a good season for health

Let’s face it, we’re leaving behind a very curious summer. We’ve had it all. Smog from forest fires, windstorms, cold, lots of rain, a heatwave, and record-breaking temperatures in the middle of September. And according to climate change experts, we haven’t seen the last of it… In short, we can’t wait for autumn! A magnificent season that offers many benefits for both physical and mental health.
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Rest: necessary but often neglected

In this section, we often make sport-related recommendations, focusing particularly on the benefits of the activities described, while explaining the techniques involved. We are well aware that most of our readers are people who are aware of the importance of physical activity. Except that some of them sometimes push the machine to the limit, with the pedal to the floor, often neglecting an essential rule : the importance of rest…
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The 6 most beneficial lifestyle habits

1- Take care of your mental health.

Loving oneself is not being egotistical. Set aside time for your hobbies on a regular basis. Reading will immerse you in unlimited universes, the same for TV series and movies from around the globe.
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Priority on mental health

Among youth aged 15 to 24, only 40% of those questioned said they had excellent or good mental health. It is slightly lower for those 24 years and over, but still alarming all the same.
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