What is EFT?
Emotional Freedom Technique, EFT or Tapping, as it’s sometimes known, is based on the discovery that imbalances in the body's energy system have a profound effect on our personal psychology.
EFT is a psychological acupressure technique that aims to optimise your emotional health. Emotional health is absolutely essential to your physical health and healing. The quality of a person’s life is directly related to their emotional wellbeing. EFT is scientifically proven and drug free.
Following on from our last blog on ‘The Chakra System’ we thought it would be fitting to tell you some of the ways you can energise your chakra centres. Every day our chakra’s are stimulated in one way or another. Whether or not you are doing it consciously, certain things you do will energise them again.
What is a chakra?
Chakra is a Sanskrit word that means ‘wheel’ or ‘vortex’ and it refers to each of the seven energy centres of which our consciousness, or our ‘energy system’ is composed.
The functioning of the chakras reflects decisions we make concerning how we choose to respond to conditions in our life.
IBS is a common, long-term condition of the digestive system. It is classified as bouts of constipation and bloating followed by stomach cramps and diarrhoea.
According to the NHS choices website, IBS is thought to affect up to one in five people at some point in their life, and around twice as many women are affected as men.
NHS choices also claim that the condition is usually life-long, but may improve over several years.
While modern medicine does acknowledge that IBS seems to flare up during times of stress, it does not make clear the specific cause and meaning behind IBS.
Did you know that, in one day alone, there are 1,440 minutes? That’s 525,949 minutes in a year! What do you usually spend your time doing? Almost half of this time is likely to be spent sleeping, some of it will be used for eating, using the toilet, showering, cleaning your house or car and going to work.
Some of you will seek to fill every possible moment in the day full of activity and some of you will try and do as little as is possible, often these two directions end up in the same place anyway; in a heap of exhaustion or depression. Getting the balance right is an art form.
Vitamin C is probably one of the best known and most talked about vitamins, it’s one of the most widely used supplements and is available in a number of forms. In this blog we are going to take a closer look at vitamin C and its importance in our diet and what you need to know when making your choice of supplement.
Yoga complements any other health care and exercise system and those that choose to practice yoga find many benefits, including stress relief, pain relief, better breathing, flexibility, strength, weight management, improved circulation, cardiovascular conditioning, focus on the present moment and inner peace.
What is Cystitis?
According to Netdoctor, the term ‘cystitis’ actually means an inflammation of the bladder, although it's usually understood to mean ‘an infection of the urine affecting the bladder’. Cystitis is a common and painful illness that will affect 1 in 5 women at some point during their lives. Furthermore, 1 in 5 women who have had cystitis will get it again. Cystitis does occur in children and men, but at a much smaller rate than women.
According to the National Osteoporosis Society, it is estimated that around 3 million people in the UK have Osteoporosis and that one in two women and one in five men over the age of 50 in the UK will fracture a bone, mainly due to Osteoporosis.
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