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Good Health May 2019

Good Health - for people with a healthy attitude to life! Our aim is to make Good Health informative, up-to-date, relevant to women´s lives and entertaining. Every issue is packed with information - cutting edge medical advances, psychology, relationship, kids, food, beauty and much more. Above all, we want to empower our readers with a sense that they can do something POSITIVE to enjoy a long and healthy life.

Land:
Australia
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Bauer Media Pty Ltd
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good health

EDITORIAL Editor Nicky Dewe Creative Director Louise Thomson Feature Writers Erin Fisher, Monique McKenzie Beauty Editor Sarah Simpson Senior Designer Artia Simamora Designer Archie Blohm Chief Sub Editor Michelle Joe Sub Editor Julia Braybrook Editorial assistant Simone Momberg Contributors Penny Adams, Sophia Auld, Yasmin Boland, Melanie Cooper, Debbie Duncan, Paul Ewart, Carly Flynn, Jennifer Garth, Angie Humphreys, Elli Jacobs, Alana Landsberry, Christina Leon, Heidi Lindahl, Sarah Marinos, Lisa Matson, Trudie McConnochie, Melanie McGrice, Craig Rodger, Mike Rooke, Julie Russell, Renee Sayed, Grant Schofield, Alana Scott, Sharon Stephenson, James Tobin, Caryn Zinn MARKETING Marketing Director Louise Cankett Senior Marketing Manager Jillian Hogan Senior Subscriptions Campaign Manager Ellie Xuereb PRODUCTION Title Controller Sally Jefferys ADVERTISING Brand Manager Jessica Ashworth Brand Implementation Executive Rachael Potter Advertising Sales NSW (02) 9282 8416 Vic (03) 9823 6346 Qld (07) 3101 6630 SA (08) 8267 5032 WA (08) 9449 9908 SYNDICATION Sydney Email syndication@bauer-media.com.au BAUER MEDIA CEO Paul Dykzeul Editorial Director…

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good for you

In difficult times, when it’s easy to feel like there is so much pain and suffering in the world, it’s important to begin by treating ourselves with kindness. When we are gentle with our own souls and respond to our physical and emotional needs we are much better equipped to extend those feelings to those around us. As healthy and happy individuals, we are more able to approach the world with openness, curiosity and concern for others. And did you know that when we are actively caring for the people in our community, the health benefits come back to us too? A review of multiple studies, which was published in the journal BMC Public Health, revealed that volunteering has favourable effects on depression, life satisfaction and wellbeing. There are many reasons…

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have your say

SWEET DREAMS I absolutely love Good Health magazine and always look forward to my monthly subscription landing in the mail. It is my go-to pick-me-up when I’m feeling down or need some motivation. One of my favourite articles in the March edition was ‘The Secret of the Sleep Window’. I have always had trouble sleeping due to stress, anxiety and a very active mind, so I was extremely excited to see some simple yet effective suggestions to help me achieve a good night’s sleep. With an awareness of the different windows of sleep, I have applied some simple changes and my sleep pattern has already improved dramatically. By downloading the Sleep Cycle app, I have woken up during the second non-REM stage and no longer feel groggy. Thank you for all…

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it’s a goodie!

Having been diagnosed with breast cancer this year, I’m out and about at appointments a lot. One of these appointments is at my chemotherapy session, where my girlfriend comes to sit with me. When she departs, she gives me a goodie bag, and every month I get some lovely goodies, with my favourite being an issue of Good Health. It’s not just any magazine that I want, this magazine inspires me to look after myself. My favourite has been this month’s helpful tips about sleep to try to improve the quality of my sleep as I lead myself back to recovery and cure. Thank you and keep up the good work! Write in and WIN! This month’s star letter wins a range of Plunkett’s Nutri-Synergy products. Natural dermatology for dry and sensitive…

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rest assured

Do you toss and turn at night, your body feels exhausted but your overstimulated mind refuses to quieten down and switch off? As you get more and more frustrated, the hours tick by and before you know it your alarm starts beeping and you’re wondering how much coffee you’ll need to get you through the day on no sleep. If this sound familiar, you’re not alone. Approximately 20 percent of the world suffers from insomnia – but the good news is it is possible to reset your sleep patterns. Here are some unusual ways of powering down that could help speed your way to Dreamland… Eat dinner by candlelight The less blue light you expose yourself to in the hours leading up to bedtime, the better. This not only includes electronic devices…

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health now

MADE FOR WALKING Give your walking workout the digital treatment with these two nifty apps. MapMyWalk by UnderArmour, the companion app to MapMyRun and MapMyRide, uses the app’s GPS to track where you’ve been walking, including the distance and duration of your stroll. You can then save your favourite routes, as well as explore other rambles that people frequent in your neighbourhood. Free from the App Store, Google Play and at mapmywalk.com. If a step-counter is more up your alley, Stepz gets our vote. The app records the number of steps and the distance you cover, and keeps a tally of your ‘lifetime’ stats. Plus, you can earn achievements over time when you walk the equivalent of monuments around the world, like the Grand Canyon. Available from the App store and…

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