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Is there a role for acupuncture prior to surgery?


July 6, 2017 0 comments Acupuncture, Pain and Injury, Stress

Many medical interventions, including surgery have unknown effectiveness. Does this statement shock you? It certainly did me when I read the British Medical Journal’s findings about interventions to treat disease which found that 56% of interventions have unknown effectiveness or … Continued

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Singing for unsticking your Qi and feeling good


October 17, 2016 0 comments Health, Stress

A long time ago I met Katie Rose at a business networking meeting in Crystal Palace. At the time I was starting to investigate how Tibetan singing bowls can be played to resonate with the body and induce a sense … Continued

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Hypnotherapy can help morning sickness – NEST London hypnotherapist Kristin Hayward explains why


October 21, 2015 0 comments Pregnancy, Stress

Hypnotherapy can be very effective as a treatment for nausea and vomiting during pregnancy. Stress and tiredness can contribute to nausea, but by practising hypnotherapy regularly will not only reduce stress but give the pregnant woman positive messages about food. … Continued

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Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy – how acupressure can help


October 21, 2015 0 comments Health, Pregnancy, Stress

Usually morning sickness is a good sign that the pregnancy is progressing well and often for women who have struggled to get pregnant it is a reassuring sign. But for some women it can be debilitating and even life threatening … Continued

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Stress and Male Fertility


March 1, 2015 0 comments Fertility, Stress

Stress is misunderstood and not always bad; it is the way our body has evolved to deal with life’s challenges. Unfortunately our physiology is stuck in the days when we were running across the African savannah chasing or being chased … Continued

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Stress and Women’s fertility


March 1, 2015 0 comments Fertility, Stress

A bit of fat is good! Women’s reproduction has fluctuating hormones which release an egg every month at ovulation and build up the womb or uterus lining, which is shed if there is no pregnancy. There is a small amount … Continued

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Stress – a killer or a saviour?


March 1, 2015 0 comments Stress

Stress is misunderstood and not always bad; it is the way our body has evolved to deal with life’s challenges. Unfortunately our physiology is stuck in the days when we were running across the African savannah chasing or being chased … Continued

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