It’s Dry January… Yet You Need to Drink More?!

Water of Life

Water is essential for life and it is vital to absorb the right amount to be healthy. Water is not only important – it is critical and has major effects on the health of everyone, whatever their age. 

So Why Do You Need Water? 

Water makes up a large proportion of the body – on average up to 70% of body weight in men and 65% in women. Water has many functions in the body including regulating temperature, transporting nutrients and compounds in blood, removing waste products that are passed in the urine and acting as a lubricant and shock absorber in joints. Water is lost in urine and in sweat and is also being lost throughout the day when you breathe and when small amounts of water evaporate through the skin. To avoid dehydration, you need to replace this vital fluid regularly with a recommended 6-8 large glasses of water per day. 

Magnetised Water

What is Magnetised Water?

Magnetising water is another misunderstood area, which can be just as important. The water from our tap and/or from bottles, will have no magnetic properties whatsoever and after centuries of being considered an ‘old wives’ tale’, magnetism is finally coming into its own. We now know that fish return to their spawning grounds by following the earth’s magnetic lines, in the same way that birds do. Recent investigation has also shown this influence also applies to beetles, crickets, bees, grasshoppers and even flies.

Research is currently underway into the effects of magnetic influence on growing plants too. Through such studies, they have discovered that treating seeds with a magnetic field increased the plant’s yield. It has been found that by magnetizing the water source, plant growth, health, and output can be vastly improved. Incidentally, this can also affect the health of people who consume the vegetables, so the water butt, rain collectors may well be smarter than we initially thought!  

Magnetising water has the additional benefit of increasing the alkalinity of the water. This has been scientifically proven to be more beneficial to our health and wellbeing.

Where Can You get Magnetic Water From?

Magnetic water is something that can be easily produced at home using your own water source and a Magnetix water stick . Stirring the water with the stick for just a few minutes will re-energise / magnetise the water, giving you your own instant supply of healthy magnetic water.

Magnetix Water Stick

For further information, check out this short video https://youtu.be/lgKOcTPZTAY

What will Magnetised Water do for You?

Drinking magnetised water will have numerous positive effects on you and your wellbeing. The magnetic influence that comes from a rare earth neodymium magnet will affect you, just as it does all creatures great and small. It may be a few weeks before you begin to feel the benefit; in others it may take just a few hours. It has been used most effectively to help with Acid Reflux, IBS, Constipation, Bloating, Urinary tract infections, Kidney & gall bladder issues and even teething babies! Water also helps keeps the skin naturally moisturised, helps prevent wrinkles and the body and mind remains fresh and healthy. You should always seek advice from your medical practitioner if you are about to make radical changes to your regime. 

Are You Counting Down to a New You in 2019?

New Year, New You?

Where has the year gone? Now is a time of festivity and family; rest and relaxation. But it’s also the perfect time to take stock on the year that’s gone – to reflect on successes and failures, the good and the ‘could to better’.

No matter how 2018 panned out for you, 2019 can be better. 

Perhaps you have plans to travel in 2019? Or is your ambition to land your dream job? Maybe you’d like to start a family? 

Ultimately, achieving any of your future plans hinges on your own personal wellbeing. 

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New Year, New You?

Be SMART with Your New Years Resolutions

Have you been neglecting your personal wellbeing this year? Could your life be improved by making your physical and mental health higher on your list of priorities? In fact, the reality is that there is NOTHING more important than your own wellbeing; without this, we can’t help others. We can’t be the person that we need to be for our families and friends. We can’t function properly. We miss out on the richness of life.

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Now – right now – is the perfect time to commit to change. But it is so important to fully and carefully consider your resolution first.

It’s easy to get carried away and caught up in the excitement of making changes to our lives. We may therefore attempt to commit to radical and drastic diets or health regimes. But in reality, this can lead to disappointment and disillusionment. Just think how many new gym memberships are abandoned by the end of January. Instead, small, incremental changes can set you on the right road to long-term benefits.

Kickstart your Health and Wellbeing Journey in 2019

Our SMART guide to a happy and healthy new year…

SMART Goals
SMART Goals

Are your lifestyle changes…?

Specific: A massive lifestyle overhaul is rarely a good idea, and can often do more harm than good – to both your physical and mental health. In fact, rapid, radical change can be dangerous. Instead, focus on changing a few specific aspects of your life gradually. Seek professional advice if you are unsure as to where your focus should be, or how you should go about it.

Measurable: Monitor and record your progress regularly. Depending on your goal, this should usually be done on a daily or weekly basis. Many smartphone apps are available for this purpose. Keeping an eye on your progress will act to motivate you, but don’t get discouraged if you’re not making gains as quickly as you’d like; you may simply need to adjust your short-term targets. Get friends or family members to hold you to account!

Attainable: Do your research before setting your goals. Are you setting yourself up for failure and disappointment? Ensure your goals are realistic and in line with your current situation.

Relevant: What impact will making the change(s) have on your life? How will it enhance your wellbeing? Perhaps you constantly feel tired and lethargic – it affects your relationships, your work – indeed your very existence. Making changes to your lifestyle to help you feel more energised would clearly improve your whole life – and in turn positively influence other aspects of your wellbeing too.

Time Based: Set yourself a long-term end goal, and divide that into appropriate milestones. Put it all in writing. From this, you may wish to make even smaller short-term goals to help keep you motivated. Keep the long-term goal in sight and in mind at all times, and use the short-term goals to leverage a successful outcome!

2019 – The Year YOUR Wellbeing Became a Priority?

2019 – The Year YOUR Wellbeing Became a Priority?

There you have it – our SMART guide towards wellbeing in 2019. 

Don’t put off making your commitments or pin hopes in the future; make a conscious decision NOW to work towards a happier and healthier life in the new year.

So, will you look back on 2019 as the year that you made your physical and mental health a top priority?

What will your new years resolutions be? What are your tips for sticking to them?

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2019 – The Year YOUR Wellbeing Became a Priority?

Wishing you all a Very Happy and Healthy 2019!