Blog

Blog Image

How Can Regular Exercise Help Prevent and Manage Osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis is a common condition which is caused when bones lose minerals, such as calcium, quicker than the body can replace them. As a result of the loss of calcium, bones become more fragile and brittle, leaving them more exposed to breaks and fractures.

Read More
Blog Image

Exercise Tips for Type 2 Diabetes

Although all types of diabetes are serious, type 2 diabetes is progressive and develops over a period of time, unlike type 1. People with diabetes are not able to produce enough insulin in their body. This deficiency results in high blood pressure, therefore sufferers must regularly monitor their glucose levels. Regular exercise is an extremely important factor to assist with the management of diabetes and enable sufferers to live a normal, and healthy life. Regular exercise gives you an increased chance of maintaining a healthy body and mind, so we have put together a list of exercise guidelines specifically tailored for those living with type 2 diabetes.

Read More
Blog Image

Living with the Pain of Chronic Pain

Are you suffering with chronic pain? You’re not alone. In fact, one in five Australians are affected by chronic pain every single day. It’s invisible but it’s certainly not inexistent, and it may be starting to disturb many aspects of your life. The good news is there are steps you can take to help. Did you know movement and exercise is essential in helping manage and treat chronic pain?

Read More