Health & Wellness
It's a busy month at Paddington Clinic this month! Firstly, we welcome Ella Grace Delaney into the world. Joel became a
first-time Dad on February 24th, and Mary and Pete are now Grandparents! Everyone is well and happy. Joel will now be taking two weeks off work to get to know his baby girl, and will be returning on March 9th. If you have appointments booked in with him at this time, or if you are planning on making a booking with him in this time, please keep them because Mary and Pete will still be able to see you.
It's also Heart Health month at Paddington Clinic, which means we will be sharing lots of great information on
how you can prevent the current leading killers of modern age.
Good Sleep = Good Heart? How sleep can save your life.
There's no ignoring it: Research shows that longer, restful nights mean a leaner body, a fitter heart and a healthier mind. A good night's sleep is as important for your health as exercise and nutritional food, so why is it that over one-third of us suffer from sleeping problems? Continue..
How Healthy Is Your Waistline?
The world is becoming a heavier place and gone are the days where the need for a smaller waistline is purely cosmetic.
Obesity rates worldwide have doubled in the last three decades, according to three new studies. That means 205 million
men and 297 million women have weighed in as obese. Plus, another 1.5 billion adults are overweight. Continue..
Can We Find Our Mind In Our Hearts?
Have you ever noticed that when you feel tired or weak you are more anxious, restless or aloof? You get palpitations or sweat,
you can’t sleep and you look pale. Thousands of years before the understanding of Western physiology, this was explained to
all be related to the HEART “the house of the mind”. Continue...
Lifestyle Diseases Now The Leading Killer of Modern Day
Since "lifestyle diseases" are now the leading killer of modern age, it makes sense that we need lifestyle medicine
for lifestyle diseases. Thomas Edison once said, "The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his
patients in the care of the human body, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease."Continue..
Diabetes – Too Much of a Good Thing?
Let's be honest. Sometimes eating a piece of chocolate is the greatest of medicine. We are no angels, and to indulge
every now and again, we believe, is good for the soul. However, let's face the facts. Continue...