Anxiety is a word that has become all too common over the past 18 months. Prior to the Coronavirus pandemic it was a word that perhaps we might not have typically used about ourse...
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We all know that a build up of stress and anxiety resulting in burnout is detrimental to our health and wellbeing. But why do we sometimes put off essential ‘me time’, or lower its priority so it sits at the bottom of our to-do-list?
The transition to university can be both an exciting and anxious time for both new students and their loved ones.
How have the past 18 months in and out of lockdown been for you? Your answer may have negative and positive elements, what seems likely is that no two responses will be the same.
NHS England figures released in June 2020, showed that more people than ever before were waiting longer than 18 weeks for planned hospital surgery. The impact from the pandemic has seen a surge in interest into private health insurance policies
Do you ever feel like you’re eating less than ever, moving more than ever but not losing the weight you want? Maybe you’ve cut out a food group and not seeing the magic weight loss you were promised?
Becoming a new mother is a period of time filled with lots of mixed emotions, and significant changes to your body. As a GP and mother, I know from first-hand experience how essential it is to receive expert care and support in these crucial weeks
A Dental Hygienist is a trained and registered health professional that primarily deals with the health of the gums. They are focused on the prevention of oral diseases and helping people to establish better oral hygiene practices.
When you build a house, you need great foundations. The foundations ensure stability, strength and longevity. The gums are the foundations of the teeth.
Imagine playing a complex board game where everyone is playing by their own rules, except you don’t know what the rules are or how to invent your own. That’s what life can feel like when we haven’t learnt the skill of healthy personal boundaries.
Looking back at 2020 I don’t believe anyone could have predicted just how challenging the year would be and how it would take all of our collective resilience and flexibility to try and navigate it as best we can.
As a GP I see patients daily with sleep problems. Many people come to their doctors in desperation about their sleep. Chronic insomnia (meaning difficulty sleeping despite trying for more than 3 months) is very common and affects 1 in 10 adults.
‘Yoga does not transform the way we see things, it transforms the person who sees’ – B.K.S. Iyengar This has been a turbulent year and with so many changes and challenges it has been difficult to stay grounded and find moments of clam and focus.
What is a bunion? A bunion is a bony bump on the side of the big toe. The medical name for bunion is “hallux valgus”. Bunions develop over a long time and start to cause pressure and pain over the bump. As the big toe drifts toward the second toe
How do you explain a 2,500-year-old Chinese treatment using our 200-year-old Western Medical knowledge and how do our Western minds get around the concept of energy flow and meridians?
Knee replacement or Arthroplasty is a common procedure that many of us will have either heard of or know someone who has had this procedure.
Believe it or not, but 1 in 2 of us will be affected by a urology condition in our lifetime, this is according to figures from The Urology Foundation. That’s approximately 3.9 billion of us.