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Exercises Before Gardening by Zuz Tillner

Gardening can definitely be thought of as a form of exercise. It has got all the components. It can raise your heart rate and it requires a certain amount of muscle tension to sustain your gardening position and posture. Also it can be very repetitive, so some parts of our body are working a lot harder than others for a prolonged period of time. This is actually a very hard form of exercise and it can be the cause of your back and other joint problems if you do not take care.

By | 2017-04-07T19:55:40+00:00 April 4th, 2014|articles|0 Comments

Hatha Yoga by Tanya Bradbury

Yoga is one of India’s wonderful gifts to mankind. One of its valuable qualities is that it builds up a store of physical health through practice of a system of exercises called asansa, which keep the body cleansed and fit. Yoga believes that exercise is essential for speedy removal of toxins and for keeping blood circulation and all internal processes functioning smoothly.

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Virtual Gastric Band – what you need to know by Suzanne Mann

The Virtual (or Hypnotic) Gastric Band is an affordable, non-surgical alternative to having an operation to fit a physical gastric band, which is used to help people lose weight and improve their health. It does not require medical referral. Unlike the surgical procedure, the Virtual Gastric Band includes full emotional support too.

By | 2018-01-24T11:30:19+00:00 April 4th, 2014|articles|0 Comments

Homeopathy & The Common Cold by Peter Healey Homoeopathist

Homoeopaths view the common cold generally as a good thing. Simply, it means we have the energy to produce the symptoms. When people tell me they never get colds, it either means a state of perfect health, or a lack of the aforementioned energy levels. A cold is a vital means of physical detoxification because it involves discharges. What tends to follow recovery is a state of better general health and well-being.

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A Cautionary Tale by Peter Healey Homoeopathist

Shortly after qualifying as a Homoeopath, nearly thirty years ago, I was consulted by a man in his sixties. He presented with chronic, debilitating headaches of thirty years standing. They were caused by a road traffic accident in which he received, what were perceived as, minor head injuries. So severe were the pains, suicide sometimes seemed an attractive way out, especially as the most powerful painkillers were not effective. All tests, including x-rays etc. revealed nothing unusual.

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Belly Breathing for Health & Relaxation

The breath is the link between body and mind because the way we breathe directly reflects our mental and emotional state. We can induce relaxation through diaphragmatic breathing. Belly Breathing allows your immune system to focus on long-term health and digestion to work optimally.

By | 2017-04-27T19:00:08+00:00 April 2nd, 2014|articles|0 Comments

Using backpacks helps relieve stress to child’s spine

Of the many children I see one thing that concerns me both as a chiropractor and a parent is the stress placed upon the developing spine of school age children. Left unchecked spinal problems can have an adverse impact on the rest of your child's life. Free Chiropractic Spinal Check at the Harmony Centre

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Shiatsu Society working with Dr Hilary Jones

The Shiatsu Society are pleased to be working with Dr Hilary Jones, the popular medic seen on morning television, to increase awareness of the benefits of Shiatsu. “I am delighted to be associated with the Shiatsu Society as I’ve had Shiatsu myself” said Dr Hilary who is a practising GP as well as a supporter of complementary health therapies.

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Spinal Symposium recommends physical therapy for back pain

Paul Parolin's report from the 3rd annual spinal symposium in London. Speaking were consultant neurosurgeons who deal with spinal conditions covering low back, neck and childhood conditions. In the audience were a group of about 170 people made up of physiotherapists, osteopaths and chiropractors. Physical therapy such as chiropractic, osteopathy, physiotherapy or acupuncture are recommended treatments rather than pain killers or surgery.

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