1 in 3 Brits fed up of ‘perfect’ travel photos, claims survey

Millions of Brits are ‘fed up’ of travel photos showing unrealistic, picture-perfect scenes. A study of 2,000 adults found 29 per cent would rather see ‘authentic’ snaps showing what the holiday was really like than the ideal images. In fact, travellers are seven times MORE likely to visit a destination after seeing a picture posted…

Brits will try 126 fad diets over lifetime

  The average British adult will try 126 fad diets over the course of their lifetime. A study of 2,000 adults found each person will embark on at least two fad diets a year - in a bid to lose weight FAST.The most common ‘quick fix’ methods were revealed as the Atkins Diet, the 5:2…

Holidaymakers waste time worrying about work

Holidaymakers waste one whole day of a week-long trip worrying about work, deciding what to do, spending time on social media and waiting in line for attractions. A study of 2,000 UK adults, who’ve holidayed in the last year, found people spend 17 ½ hours over a seven day holiday – the equivalent of 6am…

Sleep resolutions we should be keeping in 2020

It’s the start of a new year and new decade, and while some resolutions are best left in January, others can reap lifelong benefits. Making resolutions to improve your sleep in 2020 could have a multitude of benefits, including improved mood and better mental and physical health. To help you on your way to better…

Are you a workaholic? We reveal Top 20 signs

  Britain is a nation of workaholics. A study of 2,000 office workers found that four in 10 adults admitted they cannot leave work alone and one in six frequently spends more than 11 hours a week working when they are away from the office, checking emails and making calls. And while almost half say…

‘E-babies’ majority of births by 2037, survey shows

By 2037 more babies in the UK will be born to parents who met online than offline, new research about so called 'E-babies' shows. Research by dating platform eharmony and the Imperial College Business School also identified 2035 as the year when more people will start meeting their partners on rather than offline. It suggests…

5 surprising ways to lower your stress levels

A modern person’s life can be very stressful. There are always a number of things that are weighing on our minds that we simply cannot get rid of until we deal with the issues. Unfortunately, some of those issues that cause us so much stress are not 1-day fixes and could take weeks or months…

6 Must-Know Causes of High Blood Pressure

According to recent research, over 30% of the UK population suffer from high blood pressure (hypertension). Even more concerning is the millions of other people in the country living with it unwittingly. Known as 'the silent killer', people can live with high blood pressure for years with no apparent adverse impact on their health, until…

How the Right Melatonin Dosage for Adults Improves More Than Sleep

Sleep is vital for all elements of health and melatonin is no different. Learn how the right melatonin dosage for adults affects your overall health. Melatonin is a hormone that your body produces naturally to help you fall asleep. When the sun sets and night comes around, your body's melatonin levels are raised and you begin…

Top 40 Secrets of Happiness – Laughter and Family top list

A close-knit family, laughter and a good cup of tea are among the secrets to happiness, according to a new survey of Brits. Other ingredients for a cheerful existence include regular exercise, being kind to strangers and singing in the shower. Getting ‘enough’ sleep also helps make life more enjoyable as well as going on…