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Wellbeing At Home

Our most important reminder during the Coronavirus Pandemic is that our health takes priority over and above all else.

As we get older our risks increase to many diseases of which Coronavirus is just one, but the contagious nature of Covid 19 forced us all to become more aware of how to keep ourselves healthy.  Apart from the help we get from medication and vaccines, we can also help ourselves stay strong and keep our immunity high to reduce our risks of getting sick.

At a time when travel was disrupted or banned, wellbeing travel company Wellbeing Escapes created a community for their clients and subscribers to support them to stay happy and healthy from the comfort of their own homes.  The Wellbeing At Home platform provides free access to regular live events with industry leading experts in addition to a community forum where members can ask questions or share their own wellbeing tips.  There is also access to recordings for past live sessions that you can watch at your own convenience.

Sign up to join the Wellbeing At Home Community here free of charge to access all the resources but hurry as the free access will only be available until the end of June

Showcase of Past Events 

Here are some examples and short clips of past live events below:

Mastering your metabolism to burn fat without restricting calories with Olga Hamilton

This 2-part course with highly acclaimed nutritionist and Ted X speaker, Olga Hamilton taught us how to put our bodies into a fat burning mode to increase our metabolism and achieve our perfect body composition. In this short clip she  highlights how the weight loss industry markets diets and products to us that simply do not work. She tells us how to lose weight sustainably and introduces the concept of blood sugar regulation as the best way to get long lasting results.

Boost your Immunity with Cardiologist and Public Health Advocate, Dr Aseem Malhotra

Dr Aseem  is a leading global voice in the fight against obesity and  has made it his life’s work to educate the public about lifestyle choices as the first option to prevent disease.  During this event. he explained the steps we can take to keep our immunity levels high as outlined in his book The 21 Day Immunity Plan.  He also covered how manipulation of information from the food and pharmaceutical industries has caused dietary misinformation and what we should actually be eating to keep our cardio vascular system healthy for the health of our hearts and brain.

Learn How To Sleep Better with the Sleep Guru

It is a well known fact that getting enough quality sleep is a major pillar to our health and wellbeing. A lack of sleep can increase the risk of life threatening diseases such as heart attacks, and strokes and can also increase the incidence of accidents (it is said that a sleep deprived person drives as dangerously as a drunk person). It can also affect our memory, contribute to anxiety and depression and even make us put on weight, in addition to ageing our skin!  In this event, Alison Francis, The Sleep Guru, talks about the main mistakes we make when it come to our sleep hygiene and what the difference is between poor and quality sleep.

Facial Workout with Beata Aleksandrowicz

In this event, Beata, highly acclaimed therapist and also the author of two books on massage focused on self massage techniques for the face that release tension and restore blood flow by manipulating the muscles. During this clip she shares with us why we should celebrate the uniqueness and beauty of our own faces as they age, by embracing the changes in our skin and providing ourselves with self care

Maintaining Healthy Brain Function with Professor Bruno Ribeiro

Our brain is arguably our most important organ. It controls and coordinates our every action and reaction, allows us to think and feel, and enables us to have memories and feelings—all the things that make us human. As we get older our memories fail us and we have increasing odds of suffering with brain disorders such as Alzheimers or Dementia. Professor Ribeiro will help us understand what we can do to help our brains functioning well now so that we can maximise our cognitive abilities and enhance our strengths and also which practices we can introduce to help us avoid debilitating brain diseases in our old age.  In this clip he gives us some tips on what we can do every day, including why dancing is so good for our brains.

If you would like to know more or join the community to take charge and improve your own health and wellbeing visit Home Page | wellbeing-athome.com

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