WELLBEING

Our Favourite Wellbeing Trends of 2020

With November almost over, Sydney Observer reflects on some of our favourite wellness, beauty and lifestyle trends for the year, as covered in our previous issues. Sculpting with Gua Shas Similar to jade rollers, the Gua Sha is another Ancient Chinese tradition. Using...

Oral Health: Focus on Seniors

As baby boomers age, the number of seniors requiring dental care is expected to become larger than ever before. People in this age bracket have a number of specific needs, some due to the general ageing process, and others due to particular experiences of this...

Calm Mind, Happy Mind

Tayla Foster It is a common misconstrued trope that being physically active will in turn make a person feel at the peak of their mental wellbeing. Whilst being active can help an individual’s mental health, it is by no means the be all and end all of improving the...

Healthy Junk Food Alternatives

Eliza Cusack With summer around the corner and most of us having gained a bit of ‘quarantine-weight’ thanks to the pandemic, now is the time more than ever to take a good hard look at your diet. Making an easy switch from your favourite junk food will create better...

It’s Time to go Meatless

Dipti Singh New Year's goals for many people include weight loss, healthy cooking, being happier and doing more to make the planet a kinder environment. The good news is that by going vegetarian, you can accomplish all these goals and can enjoy tasty, nutritious meals...

Children’s First Teeth

A child’s first teeth are just as important as their permanent teeth. Dental decay in a ‘baby tooth’ has just as much potential to hospitalise a child with acute infection or facial swelling as does decay or infection in a permanent tooth. A child’s first teeth are...

5 Tips to Beat Your Winter Blues

Johanna Rumphorst Sydney is the city of sea and sun, so dropping temperatures and seasonal winter blues are hitting extra hard in those colder months. Good thing that the recent lockdown trained us how to spend more time indoors and make the most out of Sydney's...

Dental Health for Men

Men’s Health week from June 15 – 21 is aimed at increasing awareness of health issues that affect men and encouraging men to be proactive about their health. According to a number of studies, men are less likely than women to take care of their physical health,...

Healthy Habits to Sleep Better

Dipti Singh Sleep is one of the most significant parts of our lives and often one of the most neglected. Unhealthy habits during the daytime can leave you turning, tossing and struggling at night and negatively affect your brain, mood, immune system, stamina,...

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