Winter Wellness Wonderland

Winter Wellness Wonderland

Winter Wellness Wonderland Now we are well into the progression to winter it is important that we think about how we can keep well when the season changes. There are some key things that we can all do to use this time to boost our immunity, gain resilience and make...
Brain fog and chronic illness

Brain fog and chronic illness

Brain Fog and chronic illnesses Research has shown that between 25 and 40% of those who have a diagnosis of chronic conditions such as Lyme Disease, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome and MS also suffer from ‘brain fog’, anecdotally though it is perceived that the...
Photons, H2O and Being Well

Photons, H2O and Being Well

Photons, H2o and Being Well Looking across from the table, there are streams of sunlight glistening and dancing through the window, bathing everything in its path with golden iridescent light beams. This kind of phenomena occurs in every home, every area that has...
Why we prescribe hugs

Why we prescribe hugs

Why we prescribe hugs We prescribe hugs, cuddles, any human contact where you have to physically hold another person (or animal) for at least 5 minutes, twice a day, longer if possible. Why do we do this? When we hug there is an amazing effect on the mind, body and...
Vulnerability and Joy

Vulnerability and Joy

Vulnerability and joy How possibly can vulnerability and joy be connected? Brene Brown, eminent researcher into quite a few human conditions, says vulnerability in its most pure form is ‘show up and let yourself be seen.’ However, in our society vulnerability is all...
Joy and fear

Joy and fear

Joy and fear The antithesis of joy is said to be sorrow, however a differing, thought could be that the converse is fear, of which it could be proposed is currently in abundance, certainly within western society. What happens to you when joy is diminished and fear is...
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