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Perfectly TIMED

If you want to boost your wellbeing, timing is everything.

‘Whether it’s having a set bedtime, or knowing exactly when you’ll eat your lunch, there’s plenty of evidence to suggest that doing certain things at certain times of the day can be better for us,’ says health behaviour change specialist, Dr Heather McKee (). ‘Creating a routine that works for you is key, but adding structure with time-based cues can help you to reach your health goals,’ she explains. ‘Times act as

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