Lifestyle Infographics



Everything You Need To Know About Computer Glasses

Computer, phone, and television screens have become an integral part of everyday living. We look to screens to tell us the weather, update us on the lives of our loved ones, read books and newspapers, and to look up a new recipe for dinner. It’s safe to say that turning to our screens has become second nature. With all of this screen time, it is only natural that our eyes are bound to suffer.

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Return To UK City Centre Living

Whilst London has always been the most popular area in the UK when it comes to city centre living, other city centres such as Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham now have some of the fastest growing populations. Take a look at this infographic which shows information on the population increase rates of each UK city, along with other statistics about the UK population and property mark

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The Ultimate Guide to Men’s Slippers

With winter coming, it’s time to invest in some new slippers to keep your feet warm. However, with plenty of styles to choose from, the decision is trickier than first expected. Do you need some soft-soled Albert slippers, which are perfect for just putting your feet up, or does your lifestyle mean you need sturdier outdoor mules with a non-slip grip?

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Signs Of A Cheating Spouse

If you suspect that your spouse is cheating on you, here is a guide from Private Investigators UK  that lays some signs of a cheating spouse and explains in general why people cheat in the first place. Be on the lookout for signs of cheating including negative behavior, changes in appearance and secretive phone calls.

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Habits Of People Who Trust Their Intuition

Trusting your intuition can mean great lifelong success. In fact, 50% of Americans trust their gut to tell them what’s true and 62% of business executives often rely on gut feelings. Learn more about habits of people who trust their intuition in this infographic from...

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The School Trip Survival Guide for Teachers

Often people reach a point of their life where they feel like they haven’t explored the world enough and subsequently decide to go travelling. Typically, these people will tell you just how rewarding it is. Being able to experience this on a smaller scale at an early age could be especially effective for educating the younger generation. It is vital that the teachers of this generation share this point of view and are actively trying to pursue these opportunities.

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The True Cost of Lice Infestations

Battling lice on your own can be very difficult, not to mention the high costs involved. People end up spending hundreds of dollars and are still unable to get rid of lice completely. Some treatments are also unsafe for kids and adults. In the following infographic, Hero Lice Clinics looks at the true cost of lice infestations. 

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How to Stop Snoring

You can deal with snoring using a mix of natural remedies and medical devices. Here’s an infographic from Your Mind Your Body that provides a rundown of some of the solutions.

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The Importance of Genetics in Family History

Our genes and DNA are the building blocks of who we are. Our genetics are passed down to us from our family. Having a good understanding of your genetics and family medical history will make sure that you are prepared for anything that might affect you medically down the road. Check out this infographic for more information on the importance of genetics in family history.

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How to Wake Up Early (Backed by Science)

It’s easy to sneer at those who breezily claim their early morning routine makes them better equipped to succeed. Yet, it appears there may be certain psychological benefits to getting up early. Though it’s still not entirely clear whether early mornings make people more optimistic or optimism helps people to rise earlier, science backs up the morning larks with some physiological evidence too.

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