The body is a holistic being. It needs to be nurtured and treated as a single entity rather than separate parts. As a naturopath, I am acutely aware of the ways in which imbalance in one part of the body can cause pain and discomfort in other seemingly unrelated body parts. I am currently studying to become a chiropractor and these links are becoming even more obvious to me. Over the years, family and friends who were initially sceptical about my medical advice have been amazed by the results when they combine alternative therapies with conventional medicine. I’m sure there are thousands of people out there who could benefit from a different approach to their health. I have started this blog to merely inform about the possibilities and allow readers to make up their own minds. Enjoy reading and best of health to you all!
12 August 2015
While working from home can have many benefits including a great ability to balance your work-life commitments and a reduced commute, there are also some downsides. If you give into temptation and work from the couch while streaming your favourite shows, you can run into some of the following issues. Lack of concentration While it may seem like you always need to multitask at work, the truth is most people are not that great at multitasking.
6 March 2015
If you're a migraine sufferer you'll know how debilitating the condition can be. Migraines can come on suddenly and confine you to a dark room for a day or two at a time, making it difficult to keep up with family and work commitments. Conventional drug treatments come with side effects such as drowsiness and gastrointestinal upset and they're not always completely effective. There are drug-free ways to manage your migraines.
23 February 2015
You don't have to be a world-class professional athlete to take advantage of sports massage therapy. Indeed, even the most casual approach to fitness can result in muscles becoming stressed or overused, and as a consequence painful. As part of a balanced training regimen, sports massage therapy can help you prepare for "action" and cut down on your recovery time. You can reduce fatigue and boost endurance, making your workout or sporting activity fulfilling and even more worthwhile.