Some groups are at greater risk and can come to more harm during hot weather, for example babies and young children, over 75's, those with certain medical conditions or on certain medications. It is important stay in touch with neighbours, friends and family who may live alone and to look out for the following signs of heat exhaustion;
Hay Fever, also known as Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis, affects millions every year so here are some tips for natural ways to alleviate those pesky symptoms, and hopefully you can rejoice the summer rather than dread it:
If you have been toying with the idea of going on a learn-to-surf weekend, treating yourself to a spa weekend or taking up yoga then just do it! Summer is the perfect time to fulfill your health and fitness goals with warmer and finer weather, so there really is no excuse not to get into healthy, active living.