My Wellbeing

My wellbeing  A healthy well balanced diet. I notice my energy is so much better, quality sleep and my skin feels the benefits. Drink plenty of water and watch my sugar intake. But I still have treat’s every now and then.    Sleep I struggle if I have a lack of sleep, it reminds me…

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“Her Goal Was To Conceive”

      Claire a 28-year-old Supervisor, came to see me for Fertility Reflexology treatments. She said “Her Goal Was To Conceive”.   She had high anxiety and stress levels due to her very busy job. With a lot of stress/tension headaches.   Her goal was to conceive, feel more relaxed, less stressed and to…

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The Menopause

The Menopause I entered the menopause not really knowing that much about it probably like most of us. Although I had been experiencing various/changing symptoms during the peri-menopause it came as a bit of a shock. I was listening to a podcast about the menopause on https://soundcloud.com/thelifestylenewshound/tlsnh-erika-schwartz and became interested in bio-identical hormones after hearing Dr Erika…

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Stress

    This week we mark National Stress Awareness Day. Wednesday 6th November 2019. Stress is our body’s way of responding to any sort of demand or threat. When you sense danger real or otherwise your body goes into fight or flight mode. Known as the stress response it is your body’s way of protecting…

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Breathe

      When suffering with stress or anxiety it is important to look at how you are breathing. As part of the nervous system we have the sympathetic nervous system which is stimulated in the stress response and the parasympathetic system which is responsible for resting and regeneration. When in stress response, the sympathetic nervous system responds by breathing faster…

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Observing Feet

  Observing feet some reflexologists believe that the different colours, shapes and temperature on the feet are indications of the physical and emotional health of the client. When a new client (or existing client) comes for a treatment after taking a full consultation I take a look at their feet. I use the following as a guide, which…

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Hay Fever: Natural tips

If you are someone unlucky enough to suffer with hay fever or some form of rhinitis, around a quarter of the population do. You will have experienced sneezing, sniffling, itchy and watery eyes. For some people it starts around April or May depending upon your particular allergy ash, birch, grass, oak, plane and rape being the…

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Tips for a good night’s sleep

How often do you find that you are longing for a good night’s sleep. Without enough sleep you tend to be less alert, have memory problems and a lack of concentration. Making you feel more irritable, as small problems start to magnify themselves. It can also impact both your health and wellbeing. There can be…

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