What Impact Does Alcohol Really Have On Your Body
We all know alcohol is unhealthy, but most of us do not know the extent of the damage it causes to the body.Alcohol consumption, even in moderate amounts, can have a seismic impact on sleep, energy, mental health, diet and nutrition, and even exercise.
Small Lifestyle Adjustments Can Save Your Life
Many chronic diseases today are also referred to as ‘lifestyle diseases’, as they are often influenced by unhealthy lifestyles. The good news is that the reverse is also true – lifestyle improvements can significantly reduce the risk of chronic disease.
Is your lifestyle making you age faster?
You undoubtedly know your age, the number of years that have passed since you were born. But do you know your biological age? Also known as physiological or functional age, biological age differs from chronological age because it considers the gradual accumulation of damage to various cells and tissues in the body. In summary, your body may be younger or older than the years you have been on this planet!Your biological age is influenced by your lifestyle, genetics, chronological age, and certain diseases. While the passing of time is out of our control, it is possible to manage how our body ages through lifestyle improvements.
How To Build And Maintain Healthy Habits: Habit Loops And Formation
Want to nurture habits more aligned with your personal goals and values? The first step is understanding how habits are formed! This article explains habit loops, and how our brain works to construct and maintain habits.
Dry July: How a month without alcohol can improve your health
Are you going dry this July? If you are still considering your options, read this article to understand how going alcohol-free for 30 days will positively impact your health and wellbeing.
Take control of your health with WellBeing
If the last two years have encouraged you to focus more on your health, you’re not alone. In fact, around 56%of Australians describe themselves as in excellent or very good shape. But what is the best way to maintain and improve our health in a post-Pandemic world and what challenges do we face? Well, according to the Australian Department of Health, two potential challenges are finding ways to effectively use “emerging health technologies” and secondly, making better use of available “health data”. That, says Drop Bio Health CEO and Co-Founder Phil Hayes St Clair, is where Drop Bio Health WellBeing comes in.