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Breakfast muffins make a great on-the-go breakfast as you can prepare them the night before, ready to eat in the morning. Our delicious breakfast muffins are healthier than your average muffin, using mashed banana and apple sauce for natural sweetness plus blueberries and seeds for an extra nutritious hit. For a more decadent option, try our easy banana muffins that use buttermilk to make them extra moist and pecans for those buttery healthy fats.

Look at our breakfast muffin recipes for more batches of delicious, fluffy muffins to give you an energy boost in the morning.

Our breakfast bars are fruity, chewy flapjacks packed with delicious oats and cereal. Kids will love to help make them, and they’re perfect for lunch boxes. Or try our on-the-run breakfast bars, which can be frozen and saved for a later date.

Breakfast on the go has never been easier with our tasty granola bar recipes. Choose from energy-boosting oats, fruit and nut fillings for a quick snack.

Overnight oats are ideal for a busy schedule because they can be prepared the night before. Our banana overnight oats are a great start to any day as they are filling and full of fibre. Or try our chia & almond overnight oats for a healthy and energising breakfast, rich in omega 3. It’s a vegan recipe, but cow's milk and yogurt can be substituted if preferred.

Try more of our healthy overnight oats recipes for a quick and nutritious breakfast.

Granola is a beautiful way to start the day as it’s packed with heart-healthy oats, seeds, nuts and berries. Enjoy with milk or yogurt and fresh seasonal berries – sure to make you feel great. Try our homemade granola recipe, which can be made in a batch of up to 15 servings, or our nuts & seeds granola which serves 10. Great for saving time as you only have to prepare once every week or two.

Start the day with one of our energy-boosting granola recipes. From crunchy fruit and nut breakfast cereals to tasty snack bars, these oaty treats will power you through to lunch.

Smoothies are a great make-ahead breakfast as they're so quick to make – all our recipes having a preparation time of five minutes or less. Our kale smoothie is vegan, gluten-free and gives you a great hit of vitamin C to start your day off. Or try our strawberry smoothie, vegan and gluten-free but a sweeter option as it's made with bananas and orange juice. Try our super speedy two-minute breakfast smoothie for a low-fat alternative.

For more natural energy drinks and filling breakfasts, try more of our nutritious smoothie recipes.

This variation on the traditional avocado toast is incredibly moreish. The addition of salty feta to the creamy avocado is a great flavour match, with a little chilli for a slight kick. Topped with a runny poached egg, this recipe is irresistible and worth setting aside 10 minutes in a busy morning.

These simple nutty pancakes can be made in just 10 minutes and are a great healthier alternative to regular pancakes with the addition of nuts and agave syrup instead of maple or sugar. The recipe makes four pancakes but can easily be doubled.

Master the omelette with our easy-to-follow recipe and then add the filling of your choice – grated cheese, ham, fresh herbs, mushrooms and smoked salmon are some of our favourites.

This variation on the classic breakfast adds pumpkin seeds, curry powder and smoked salmon to take your scrambled eggs to the next level. Enjoy with your toast of choice and season well. Delicious!

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Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is a common disorder of the inner ear with symptoms including dizziness, vertigo, unsteadiness and nausea.

BPPV is the most common cause of vertigo, especially in people over 65 years old.

BPPV occurs when crystals (called otoconia), normally located in one part of the vestibular (or balance) system of your inner ear (the utricle), become dislodged and collect in another part of the inner ear balance system (one of the semi-circular canals).

As your head moves, the dislodged crystals also move and incorrect messages are sent to your brain and then to your eyes.

The brain receives the messages that the head is moving although the head has only moved position slightly. This will cause symptoms such as an illusion of movement or spinning with common movements or changes in position such as rolling over in bed, getting in or out of bed, or looking or reaching up (for example to the top shelf or to put drops into your eye).

Activities that bring on BPPV symptoms vary from person to person.

Getting out of bed or rolling over in bed are movements that often trigger dizziness, vertigo, light-headedness, imbalance or nausea.

Some people feel dizzy when they tip their head back to look up.

Symptoms are usually intermittent, stopping for several weeks or months at a time and then coming back for a longer or shorter period.

Inside the inner ear is a series of canals filled with fluid. These canals are oriented at different angles. When the head is moved, the rolling of the fluid inside these canals tells the brain exactly how far, how fast and in what direction the head is moving. BPPV is thought to be caused by little calcium carbonate crystals (otoconia) coming loose within the canals. Usually, these crystals are held in special reservoirs within other structures of the inner ear (utricle). It is thought that injury or degeneration of the utricle may allow the crystals to escape into the balance system and interfere with the fluid flow. BPPV can be caused by:

There is also an association between BPPV and osteoporosis. However, in a large number of cases, there is no known cause.

Diagnosis of the condition may be made based on:

Other tests may be required in cases where symptoms do not fit the usual pattern or are in both ears, both of which make diagnosis more challenging.

BPPV can be treated with simple exercises, taught by a doctor or physiotherapist who is familiar with the techniques required. However, if symptoms persist and cause distress, you may be referred to a specialist.

BBPV is usually treated using a range of positional manoeuvres that aim to move the crystals out of the semi-circular canal of the inner ear to an area that will not stimulate the wrong messages to be sent by the balance system.

Sometimes a second treatment may be necessary. Your health professional can perform these manoeuvres in their rooms or they may give you exercises to perform at home.

If manoeuvres and exercises have been recommended, it is important to persist with the treatment because they provide a simple and non-invasive way to treat the vertigo and nausea associated with BPPV.

BPPV can subside with time, but it is important to seek treatment in the early stages to prevent falls or injury. This is particularly important for older people when additional balance exercises may also be useful.

In extreme cases, surgery can be carried out to block the affected canal without disturbing the function of the rest of the vestibular system.

Very short-term use of motion sickness medications is sometimes useful to control the nausea associated with BPPV.

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A beauty mark or beauty spot is a euphemism for a type of dark facial mark so named because such birthmarks are sometimes considered an attractive feature. Medically, such "beauty marks" are generally melanocytic nevus, more specifically the compound variant.

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AuthorRowena Murray
PublisherOpen University Press, 2006
ISBN0335226590, 9780335226597
Length321 pages

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