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The doctors’ guide to slow HEALTH

Try to take your time

Stroll, meditate, take a leisurely lunch and stop to smell the flowers – doctor’s orders.

That’s because not going full pelt really can make us happier and healthier, according to the experts. The number of heart attacks fell during lockdown, as our lives slowed and we had time to prioritise our health, says GP Dr Gill Jenkins. ‘Studying people using Fitbit trackers has shown lower resting heart rates,

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