We invite you to experience the Tyack Health difference. You will discover a dedicated team, committed to helping you get more out of life.
Our aim is to offer you the most effective research supported health solutions available. This involves addressing the underlying cause of problems and not just treating the symptoms.
You will also benefit from the diversity and size of our team which allows us to provide the support, guidance and expertise you need for a prompt recovery. Further, we aim to give you the tools to help prevent the issues returning.
Tyack Health endorses a preventative medicine approach to health, educating and encouraging our patients to be proactive in living lifestyles that promote vitality.
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Latest Health News:
With obesity now more common than underweight worldwide, the number of adults with diabetes has reached almost 450 million worldwide, and low- and middle-income countries have experienced the fastest increases, according to new calculations released by the World Health Organization. Worldwide we need to "Beat Diabetes."...Read more.
Adults with the lowest concentrations of circulating vitamin D had the highest risk for age-related macular degeneration (AMD), according to a new systematic review and meta-analysis published online April 2 in Maturitas...Read more.
According to the NIH, 18 Million US adults meditate which is 8% of the population. The benefits of meditation are overwhelmingly positive and the research to support it continues to grow. Australian companies are not only taking notice but starting to measure the improvements staff experience from regular meditation compared with those that don't. IBM and NAB are encouraging mindfulness amongst their staff. Change leader Anna Phillips says, "IBM introduced its mindfulness program in leadership training and found management teams became fitter, healthier, less stressed and interacted better with workers." They then rolled it out further and got the same result...Read more.
We all have different sensors that provide information to our brain about our bodies and our environment. The brain uses this information to ensure that we are safe by sending messages to different parts of our body in order to react appropriately. This reaction can be automatic, e.g. to pull your hand away from a hot stove or the reaction can also be planned, e.g. to close the window when you are cold...Read more.
Only 1 in 20 Australians eat enough Fruit and veg daily according to the Australian health Survey 2012. That is just under 6% of the population getting the recommended 2 serves of fruit and 5 serves of vegetables for adults. While kids need less serves depending on age they need to develop a habit and taste for enjoying vegies daily. It’s easy for kids to develop negative associations with vegies so it is important that parents find ways to change that...Read more.