Tag: exercise

Happy, healthy knees

Look after your knees – and they’ll look after you!

Runner’s knee, jumper’s knee, housemaid’s knee (yes, it does exist!) and so on – the list of painful complaints that can affect this complicated joint is as long as your arm. Problem knees are surprisingly common in people of all ages, placing severe restrictions on both movement and lifestyle as a whole. Strong and stable… Read more »

exercise on prescription

Exercise on Prescription: How a Nationwide Scheme Can Offer Alternatives to Medication

I am a keen advocate of the benefits of exercise as part of the journey to health restoration. I therefore wholeheartedly back the government scheme that means NHS patients will be prescribed exercise as part of ongoing treatment for certain conditions. The workouts are set for patients who suffer from obesity, heart disease, stress, diabetes,… Read more »

London Osteopath Robin Kiashek asks “What’s your poison?”

As an osteopath with clinics in Central London and North London, I’m always interested in people’s perceptions and attitudes towards, diet, exercise, environment, medicines, remedies and treatments, as these are fundamental elements of an individual’s take on health and fitness. As I’ve said on many occasions, a good level of education and knowledge about these… Read more »

Walk In The Park

London Osteopath Robin Kiashek suggests that you Improve your mental health with a walk in the park

According to a recent study into the physical effects of the brain when interacting with nature, a walk in the park can improve your mental health. The study, which has been conducted as part of the Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources at Stanford University, has observed physical changes taking place in the brains… Read more »

Get outdoors and take some exercise recommends a North London Osteopath N2 N10

There is an increasing body of scientific evidence to support that being physically active can help us to be healthier. However, not only can exercise have a positive effect on our health, it can also make us feel happier. It is believed that exercise increases the levels of serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine in the body… Read more »

20 minutes walking can prolong your life so take a walk suggests North London Osteopath Robin Kiashek

A recent study undertaken at Cambridge University found that a lack of exercise kills twice as many people as obesity. The study of 334,000 people found that a persons life could be prolonged by taking a modest amount of activity. It also indicated that the people who would gain the most would be the least… Read more »

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