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There are a few things we can do to limit the effects on our bodies and kick ourselves back into a normal routine:
In a world of Smart phones, tablets and busy schedules, technology seems to be taking over our every waking moment, and it's now creeping into our bedrooms and affecting our sleep too.
Too many people just don’t pay enough attention to what their body is telling them but the more mindful you become about your daily activities the better.
Why do we find it easier to pick something we want to change about ourselves than to pick something we love about ourselves?
Here are our top tips for more comfort on your daily commute.
Ever noticed how you're more hungry during certain times of the month than others? Or how if you haven't slept well you need to eat more the following day? This isn't all in the mind, it is in fact, down to your hormones.
We all love the idea of indulging in our favourite tipple from time to time, right? But absolutely no one likes facing the consequences of a hangover the next day!
Here at GymCube we’re going to cover the Three Phases of Survivorship, we start on the Acute phase, where you probably have been going through diagnosis. Then we have the Active phase of survivorship, and that’s you, right there, bang in your treatment path where you might have had surgery, you’re going through your chemotherapy cycles. And then, finally, it’s the New Normal, you’ve finished your treatment phase and you’re beginning life.
Are waist trainers really the cheat’s way to a tiny waist, or are they just a dangerous fad like tanning beds or juice fasts?
This is the New You with your “new” normal body. The hair may have grown back but you are a different person. You are dealing with integration back into the workforce, rebuilding confidence and restoring relationships. When you finish treatment many feel abandoned and lost.
We want you to perform little tasks daily. We provide you with instructional videos and the offer of friendly professional support. This won’t be overwhelming as we encourage a little of something often throughout the days.