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Mental Health – Strong for too long?
Tweet One of the things I see on social media a lot is this statement “Depression isn’t a sign you
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Mental Health – Surviving or Thriving
Tweet The theme of 2017 Mental Health Awareness Week is, surviving or thriving.  When I first read this I was
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A Word about Evidence
Tweet The issue of science and evidence based medicine has interested me since I first entered the profession of traditional acupuncture.
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Insomnia
Tweet A video from 2 years ago of Toyah Willcox talking to the British Acupuncture Council about insomnia and how
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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
Tweet Theres a lot to be grateful for at this time of year.  Abundant freshly harvested food, a cacophony of
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Does Acupuncture Hurt?
Tweet Today I want to deal with the elephant in the room.  The needles!  My work involves a lot of
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Burnt out Brits struggle with stress
Tweet The nation’s stress levels are on the increase and we are risking our health by turning to sugary food,
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Lower Back Pain – Is Acupuncture Complementary?
Tweet Lower back pain plagues the adult population of the modern world. A report in 2009 suggests that a third
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Exercises for Herniated Disc
Tweet The following video is from NHS choices and demonstrates some exercises that can be used to assist the healing process
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Facial Rejuvination – Jade Roller and Acupressure Massage
Tweet The jade roller and acupressure massage is a facial therapy that I usually add as an additional component of
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