Cancer Care

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Cancer Care

This can help.

cancer-care

Cancer care

If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer we provide several therapies that can support you. From ways of helping you to cope with the widely ranging and often overwhelming emotions to working with your body to relieve pain or discomfort.

Top Tips

  1. Manage your illness rather than let it manage you.
  2. Book regular alternative/complementary treatments.
  3. Work to minimise stress. High stress levels exacerbate pain levels .
  4. Observe your own body. Pay close attention to what seems to ease your symptoms or make them worse. Use a notebook or calendar to record trends and other insights that might help you manage your symptoms.
  5. Understand your condition. it can be helpful to learn everything you can about your symptoms and treatment options.

How we can help you

We have qualified therapists, experts in their field, that can help in various way depending on what your needs are. Massage, Reflexology and Reiki can help make remarkable positive changes in your body. EFT can help let go of limiting beliefs and negative emotions. Counselling can help support you make positive changes in your life as attitude and approach can make a big difference to your quality of life. It’s important to develop a healthy acceptance of the lifestyle changes that your condition requires.  

Our Holistic therapist, Vicki Hudson, has trained with Macmillan the leading Cancer charity and she offers a wealth of experience and expertise in helping Cancer sufferers.  Non invasive complementary therapies can help improve your emotional and physical well being and are suitable and beneficial for everyone. 

Therapies to help you cope with cancer

Unsure what‘s the best solution for you?

Contact us now for a free and friendly first consultation.

Women’s Health

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Women’s Health

Women's health issues? This can help.

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Are you experiencing one of the following symptoms?

There are many different causes for women's health problems

Hormone imbalance, stress and poor physical health are all contributory factors as well as perimenopause and menopause. Fertility issues and other conditions such as PCOS and endometriosis may be caused by hormone imbalance.  

Top Tips to fight typical women's health issues

  1. Take control, Rather than accepting things as they are, look for ways you can improve your health 
  2. Reseach your condition and take action
  3. Book an appointment with our holistic therapist who specialises in women’s health issues. 
  4. Eat well, move more. A good diet and some exercise will always benefit your mind and body
  5. Struggling with motivation or dragged down by your condition? Book some sessions  of CBT or EFT to change the way you think and feel.

How we can help you

If you suffer from any of the following, our therapies may be able to help you.

PCOS
PMS
Endometriosis
Menopause
Fibroids
Hormonal Imbalances
Fertility Issues
Insomnia
Hot Flushes

Our therapists offer a range of therapies which can help manage or be rid of the unpleasant effects of the above listed issues.

Therapies to help you manage or overcome women's health issues and infertility

Unsure what‘s the best solution for you?

Contact us now for a free and friendly first consultation.

IBS & Digestion Issues

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IBS & Digestion Issues

Digestion problems? IBS?This can help.

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Are you experiencing one of the following symptoms?

There are many different causes for digestive disorders

Intolerance, allergies, medical issues may be a cause of digestive issues or IBS. Anxiety, stress and excessive worry can also greatly contribute to stomach, bowl and digestive problems.  In fact the Mind Body connection is undeniable. Latest research clearly shows how our thoughts can produce chemical changes in our body which can affect our molecular pathways and our immune system.  

Top Tips to fight IBS and digestive disorders

 

  1. Make life style changes
  2. Book a free consultation with us to find out what therapies are available to work to be rid of stress and anxiety, 
  3. Try reflexology. A few sessions can improve your digestion. 
  4. Book a visit to your GP if you are worried or concerned about your digestive health. 

How we can help you

We have several therapist offering different approaches which may help you to improve your digestive health.  From food intolerance tests (same day results) to getting rid of anxiety and stress. 

Therapies to help you overcome digestive issues and IBS

Unsure what‘s the best solution for you?

Contact us now for a free and friendly first consultation.

Insomnia

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Insomnia

Can‘t sleep at night? This can help.

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Are you experiencing one of the following symptoms?

There are many different causes for sleepless nights

There are 3 main areas to look at when dealing with chronic insomnia. By process of elimination you can discover exactly you need start in order to change your poor sleeping habits for good. 

Let’s look at your environment to begin with. We need some key ingredients to ensure we have the optimum environment for a good night’s sleep – Quiet, calm, comfort and a peaceful  mind. 

Noise. It stands to reason that we need a quiet place so not to be disturbed during the night. So if you have any uncalled for noise that wakes you, you need to take steps to eliminate the source of the noise or sound proof your room. Other people, passing traffic, pets, children, a snoring partner,  weather and suchlike can all disturb your sleep. Take action, make changes and begin to sleep better. 

Try to eliminate tech from your bedroom altogether. Blue light from devices disrupts your melatonin levels. Watching TV or scrolling through your devices before bed stimulates your brain when in fact you need to relax, zone out and become drowsy rather than alert. Recent research shows it’s been suggested that sleeping near a phone, in a home with Wi-Fi, or in an apartment building with many Wi-Fi signals can create chronic sleep concerns as the constant bombardment of Wi-Fi pollution interferes with falling asleep and sleep patterns. For many, sleep deprivation is just the start for larger concerns. The development of depression and hypertension have also been linked to inadequate sleep 

Discomfort. Aches and pains are great sleep disruptions. A poor mattress can be very uncomfortable and cause aching muscles and impact on the spine and other areas of your body. Ill health and physical pain can impact negatively on your sleep. Find ways to manage your pain. Changing medication or working with an alternative health practitioner will help you manage your pain better.  Make sure your bedroom isn’t too warm . A cooler bedroom is best for optimum sleep health (around 15 to 22 Celsius for adults).  

Irregular bedtimes can have the same effect as jet lag on our mind and body recent research shows.  Try to make bedtime as regular as possible as often as possible. Just like with other habits, the brain will create neuropathways and sleeping will be become a good habit.

And finally, anxiety, worry and stress are major contributors to poor sleep. Some people are in a pattern of not sleeping without realising their is an anxiety running in the background that is responsible. Others wake and go straight into thinking, worrying and problem solving. For some, a body feeling (tightening chest, irregular breathing or swirling or sinking sensations in the stomach wakes them. These are all ways your mind lets you know that there is something that you need to pay attention to.  

Top Tips to fight Insomnia

  1. Ditch the technology. Resist watching TV, using your mobile or tablet in the bedroom.
  2. Check out ways to improve your environment. Is your room too hot? Too noisy? 
  3. If your suffer from chronic pain or illness, find a way of managing it better. Book a consultation session with our body rehab specialist, Marcus Nash. 
  4. If you’re in discomfort, pee too frequently or generally ache book some sessions with Vicki Hudson for a tailored treatment programme which includes a verity of holistic treatments such as reflexology or massage .
  5. Quietening that mind will need some expert help.If you suffer from excessive worry or anxiety which keeps you awake ask for a free consultation. We have several therapists, experts in their fields, which can help you be rid of anxieties.

How we can help you

Whether you suffer from a physical discomfort or pain, or a emotional disturbance such as anxiety, trauma, night terrors or nightmares we have a range of expert approaches that can help.

Book a free consultation to talk to someone about our approaches, how they work and how they may help you get a better night’s sleep night after night.  

Therapies to help you overcome insomnia

Unsure what‘s the best solution for you?

Contact us now for a free and friendly first consultation.