You know how Christmas cakes start coming out in stores sometime around July? And how, after months of sitting in the back of your pantry, it’s still perfectly safe to eat? That’s because your average Christmas cake is stuffed with enough sugar and booze to keep it preserved until the end of times. Which makes… via […]
Colleen’s new blog – A Mindful Journey has inspired me to have another go.
The next cause of high BP to tackle was exercise. Not an easy one for me – too many easy excuses for avoiding formal exercise session at gyms and sports halls. I started by trying to increase the amount of walking I do. Quite easy in the summer but not in the winter. […]
The next step in my campaign to reduce my BP was to turned my attention to was stress. A difficult area as so much of it is beyond my control. I am a teacher and to quote Sir Cary Cooper, Professor of Organisational Psychology and Health at the University of Manchester’s Business School – “Of […]
After a few years of being on the high side, about a year ago my blood pressure went sky high! It was enough to shock me into action and, if I’m really honest, it was not before time. […]