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Woman & Home Feel Good YouWoman & Home Feel Good You

Woman & Home Feel Good You May 2019

woman&home Feel Good You is the only wellbeing and fitness title on the market that offers women of any age, any shape, any fitness level, particularly women over 40, the inspiration to feel fabulous every day. Simple changes that fit real life are the prescription to make the most of their looks, feel younger, fitter, slimmer, reduce stress, increase vitality and live a healthier life. The magazine is divided into sections focusing on wellbeing, beauty, diet, fitness, health and ‘inner you’ and is packed with tips, expert advice and best buys.

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woman & home feel good you

GROUP SPECIALS DIRECTOR Charlotte Richards FEEL GOOD YOU EDITOR Lucy Gornall WOMAN&HOME EDITOR Kath Brown GROUP CREATIVE DIRECTOR David Dowding ART EDITOR David Graham PICTURE DIRECTOR Karen Whitehead PICTURE EDITOR Emma Smith GROUP CHIEF SUB EDITOR & PRODUCTION EDITOR Emma Badger SUBBING Mark Morris, Miriam Rodell, Karen Staddon SENIOR HEALTH WRITERS Faye M Smith, Natalia Lubomirski, Tanya Pearey HEALTH WRITER Eleanor Vousden JUNIOR HEALTH WRITER Emily Jefferies GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR Angela O’Farrell MANAGING DIRECTOR Mark Winterton PUBLISHER Grainne McKenna COMMERCIAL PUBLISHER, WOMAN&HOME Lucy Gugas…

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welcome to feel good you!

Forget Christmas – for me, summer is the “most wonderful time of the year”. It’s warmer, eating al fresco is becoming more acceptable and getting active in the morning is so much easier than in the winter. Plus, my sandals are slowly starting to make an appearance. Post-winter, though, feet can look a little weary. I took our beauty team’s advice from p66 and gave them a spruce-up. If, like me, you’re spending more time outside, make sure you’re sun savvy. We have a six-page stress-free sun guide on p96 – I couldn’t believe that 62% of us are applying sun cream in the wrong way! Warmer months also mean we’re flashing the flesh in T-shirts and vests. If you wish your arms had a little less wobble – don’t we…

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feel good fast

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what’s healthy right now?

The new home menopause test Not sure what’s happening with your hormones? Superdrug has launched a fingerprick blood test that can reveal your FSH level (a menopause hormone), to give you a clearer idea of how the menopause is affecting you. “The majority of women experience menopausal symptoms at some stage in their lives,” says Superdrug’s health and wellbeing ambassador Dr Pixie McKenna. “Where some women sail through it, many others suffer in silence, but help is at hand.” £30, Superdrug SIGN UP! Sign up now to join a host of celebrities, including Suranne Jones, Paul Hollywood and Ruth Langsford, to support Alzheimer’s Society’s annual Cupcake Day on 13 June 2019. You can bake, bring or buy, and it all goes towards raising the vital funds for the dementia charity. Go to cupcakeday.alzheimers.org.uk Help…

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does your brain need a declutter?

At the moment, you can’t fold a jumper without hearing about the apparently life-changing “home-tidy” Marie Kondo method. But what if there was something more in need of a declutter than our overspilling sock drawer? Just like our homes, our brains aren’t a pretty sight when they’re clogged up with too much bric-a-brac. So it’s important to do a regular brain blitz and clear out our grey matter. Here’s how… Information overload Our brains are a feat of nature. Incredibly, they can store as much information as the entire Internet. “We live in an age where there is just so much content available to us at a click of a button,” says mindset and business coach Irene Moore (irenemoore.com). As our inboxes are filling up with endless newsletter sign-ups and notifications, so…

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click yourself calm

Do you get that sinking feeling every time another email pops up on your phone? An out-of-control inbox can be enough to drive the most calm of us to our third espresso of the morning – a study by Loughborough University found that measurements of heart rate, blood pressure and the stress hormone cortisol were shown to peak at points in the day when people’s inboxes were fullest. So here’s how to get a handle on your inbox. All it takes is five minutes a week… ✢ DEVELOP A SCHEDULE It takes workers a third longer to complete a task if they’re interrupted by emails.* So establish a routine for when you check emails. A study by the University of British Columbia found that limiting it to three times per day has…

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