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M.E. and Me

“In 1993 I was at work with a heavy cold, aching joints and headaches. I had felt like this before, so it was nothing different. On the Thursday I blacked out in work and was told by the GP, I had a virus and to rest. We were busy that weekend and so I went …

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Dying Matters

Dying Matters Awareness Week is 10 – 16 May 2021. I don’t know about you, but with the pandemic and all that has entailed, looking at death, making sure that we have a good death, is really important. Dying Matters Awareness Week is a chance for individuals and organisations to open up the conversation around …

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Rest: More Than Just Sleeping

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Did you know that rest and sleep are not the same things?  Many of us try to fix our ongoing lack of energy by getting more sleep, but even if we do this, we can still feel exhausted. Rest is underused, chemical-free and safe.  Everything we do requires energy, and most of what we do …

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The Power of Sleep

“As part of my continuing professional development this year, I have read the international bestseller “Why We Sleep” by Matthew Walker, a professor of neuroscience and psychology,” says Ann-Christin, one of our Registered Osteopaths. “Despite thoroughly enjoying this book, I often found myself nodding off reading it. It was as though my brain took the …

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Self-Injury/Harm Awareness Day

1 March is Self-Injury/Harm Awareness Day (SIAD). Many people are struggling due to the impact of COVID-19 on our lives. With this in mind, raising awareness about self-injury has never been so important. Awareness leads to understanding and empathy, banishing judgement and fear. It reduces the number of people who feel alone and suffer in …

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Once Upon A Time…

26 February is ‘Tell a Fairy Tale Day’ and I think more than ever we need some fantasy and magic, where there is a happy ending. What were once oral histories, myths, and legends retold around the fire or by traveling storytellers, have been written down and become known the world over as fairy tales. …

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The Origins of Osteopathy

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Osteopathy was born out of the desperation of a father who had lost three children to meningitis in 1864. Andrew Taylor Still was an American medical doctor. At that time, mercury-based medicine was widely used to cure the ill. The problem with that was that it either made you better or it killed you. Having …

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