Apart from your physical health, here’s why it’s important to take care of your mental health during the COVID-19 outbreak, along with 6 expert tips to keep in mind. #AIASriLanka #HealthierLongerBetterLives
‘Wash your hands’ is probably the phrase you heard the most from your mother when you were younger. The recent outbreak of the Coronavirus, which has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation has caused this phrase to be emphasized a lot more.
Here’s why this bit of seemingly obvious advice is so important.
Ever wonder whether a lack of sleep is taking a toll on your life?
Here’s how sleep deprivation affects your thinking and concentration, along with 5 simple tips to improve your sleep.
Functional training is a great way to get multiple muscle groups in the body to work together for better everyday movement. Watch our episode to learn all about it.
For the average working adult, taking time off to workout, make meal plans, and enjoy some self-care just isn’t feasible. Eventually, these build up and can give rise to health complications, but all this can be avoided with a few simple measures, starting at the workplace itself.
When it comes to getting in shape, there are many Instagram-friendly fitness trends that flood the internet. But lifting weights, that old-fashioned favourite, has many advantages you may never have known about, both for your body and your mind.
When it comes to getting in shape in Sri Lanka, cardio is what most people talk about. But have you heard of HIIT? It takes less time than a jog around Independence Square, and is a lot more intense.
The brain is a powerful yet complicated organ. For it to function well, it needs to be well-stimulated and cared for, especially within the first three years of a person’s life. Here’s how you can ensure your child’s brain develops well.
Nutrition holds the key to ensuring a child grows up to be healthy and strong in both body and mind, but it can be difficult to plan out proper meals and make sure children eat right and develop a good mindset in terms of nutrition.
Mother of two, Vraie Balthazar shares her tips on how she works around these obstacles.
Proper nutrition is fundamental to our survival. For a child, good nutrition holds the key to healthy early development of body and mind. Here’s why!
Keeping yourself physically fit can be complicated with a full time job and family commitments. In this series, we tell you everything you need to know to help you choose the right kind of workout that will fit your lifestyle and your goals.
Vision 2020 is an initiative by the World Health Organisation and the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness to completely eliminate preventable blindness by 2020. Dialog has partnered with the Ministry of Health to run several programmes to aid in this initiative. Learn more about it in the video below.
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