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New Year, New You!

We hear you, it was the day after Boxing Day, you were sitting there in a food coma and slightly champagne’d out. The thought of New Year resolutions were swirling through your head and it was then that you decided you would stop eating sugar, never drink again, become a gym bunny and look for a new job. Here at Joyce Guiness, we love helping people and this blog is going to give you top tips for sticking to the New Year Resolutions!   From gym classes to finding New Jobs we are here to help! GYM CLASSES When it is dark, cold and rainy it is easy to make excuses why either you cannot go to the gym before work or that you are too tired to go after work. One way to combat this is to sign up for a class. If you drop out, you are not only letting the instructor down, but also someone else who might have gone! There are plenty of amazing classes in London to suit everyone’s needs and even if you just do one once you have to see what you are missing! BARRE CORE Barre Core is Clare’s favourite! It is set apart from most classes because it uses a barre to tone and shape all your muscles. In their words you will leave the class feeling like ‘bambi’. PSYCLE LONDON Psycle..

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Mental Health Tips

Mental Health issues don't stop just because lockdown is lifting, with this in mind, we wanted to source simple, effective and free ways to help with anxiety and depression. Forward inversion Calms the brain and helps relieve stress and mild depression. Stimulates the liver and kidneys, it also improves digestion and reduces fatigue and anxiety, headaches and insomnia. Drinking water Drink (eight 8-ounce glasses a day - or as much as you can don't be hard on yourself not everyone likes water). It stimulates the flow of nutrients and hormones that release those feel-good endorphins you need to feel happy Drinking more water will satisfy your thirst and health. Exercise Don't try and run a marathon, just get outside even if the days are short, walk every day if you can, a light jog, a yoga session anything, just keep moving. Being outdoors is good for you! Meditation Meditation has been found to change certain brain regions that are specifically linked with depression. It works on two parts of the brain that deal with the fight or flight response (the "fear centre" & the "me centre"). These two brain regions work off each other to cause depression. The "me centre" gets worked up reacting to stress and anxiety, and the "fear centre" response leads to a spike in cortisol levels to fight a danger that's only in your mind. These..

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