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Neemisha Naugah

In the realm of sports and wellness, there is no keeping the significance from getting appropriate nutrition . Competitors require a specific eating regimen that upholds their actual requests, assists them with recuperating rapidly, and expands their presentation. Impact  Sport Nutrition  is a term that alludes to the study of utilizing food and enhancements to upgrade... [read more]

Laura O'callaghan Hch.dip.hyp.ctrl.prac

Demystifying Health Estimates: A Comprehensive Guide

Posted by Laura O'callaghan Hch.dip.hyp.ctrl.prac 4 Days Ago


As healthcare continues to evolve and become more complex, it’s important for individuals to understand their health and the costs associated with it. Health estimates are one tool that can help individuals better understand the financial aspects of their healthcare journey. However, many people are intimidated by the idea of health estimates and are unsure of... [read more]

Louise  Van Der Velde

J Morse Construction is a well-established construction company that provides high-quality services to clients in the Greater Boston Area. The company has been in the industry for over two decades and has built a reputation for excellence in every project it undertakes. Led by its founder and CEO, Joe Morse, J Morse Construction is committed to... [read more]

Sian Thrasher

A survey conducted on behalf of The British Menopause Society in 2016 revealed that half of women between the ages of 45-65 who had gone through the menopause in the preceding 10 years had done so without consulting their GP or other healthcare professional even though 42% of women described feeling their menopause symptoms were worse... [read more]

Cristina Popovici

In this article I will explain the importance of working with the subconscious and the unconscious in therapy and why this creates fast, lasting changes versus working with the conscious mind which is a long process, filled with resistance, that creates temporary changes.  We know that working with the self and changing the 'Self-Concept' is what creates... [read more]

Ayesha Joshi

We are born into this world butt naked, crying and completely whole. Our beautiful beings haven’t yet been tainted by the realities of the world. Once we are birthed all we require is safety, warmth, food and comfort. The basic necessities in life. Slowly times ticks by, we are given a name, our identities are essentially chosen... [read more]

Sian Thrasher

Almost 1 in 5 women experience a mental health condition during pregnancy or in the first year after birth. Poor mental health in the mother is associated with higher risks of obstetric complications such as pre-eclampsia, premature delivery, and stillbirth, among others, including suicide. Studies have also shown that untreated maternal mental health problems can result in poorer... [read more]

Jenny Lynn

Anxiety Not all in the mind? Anxiety in modern society is a common issue born of many personal historical, psychological and social issues, not least of all our fear of exclusion and difference. Our culture has become so homogenised that deviances from the norm can create crippling anxiety and fear of the future. And never more... [read more]

Cristina Popovici

As a counsellor, hypnotherapist and NLP practitioner I have worked with a lot of different techniques throughout the years when it comes to making changes in a client. On top of that, I am also an energy healer and meditation teacher. Therefore I do believe in the power of visualisation and positive suggestion - after all,... [read more]

Ragini Varia

Treating the root cause of Eczema with Ayurveda

Posted by Ragini Varia 206 Days Ago


Sixty percent of British people currently suffer or have suffered from a skin condition at some point during their lifetime (British Skin Foundation). Eczema being one of the most prevalent in the UK, where one in five children and one in twelve adults have eczema.(National Eczema Society). 30% of my clients each year are eczema sufferers, either... [read more]