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Detox your liver this spring!

It is Spring! Winter is behind us and it is time to give your body a jump start and refresh your health after the colder months. Are you suffering from allergies, feeling sluggish or fatigued? Maybe you are suffering from signs of hormonal imbalance like PMS and irregular periods? Are your eyes twitching or even…

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Endometriosis, natural solutions and its effect on fertility

About endometriosis Women’s voices have started to be heard about the devastating effect endometriosis can have on their lives and bodies. Every woman’s story and experience is different. Some symptoms include excruciating pain and heavy periods.  There may be the inability to function in daily life, painful intercourse and inability to fall pregnant. No-one really knows…

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Fertility – are you playing Russian roulette?

What does a healthy pregnancy actually mean? The outcome of pregnancy is a mother, baby and a family unit. To have a healthy pregnancy we also want to have a healthy mum and healthy baby at the end with a partner that feels included and empowered to love and protect the new family unit. ‘Healthy’…

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Treatment of PCOS with Chinese Medicine

Many women are turning to Chinese medicine for the treatment of Polycystic ovaries and Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Chinese medicine has a long history of treating gynecological problems and infertility. What is PCOS? PCOS is a condition that affects numerous women and their fertility. It is where the ovaries have 15 or more cysts. Every…

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Have you been told your eggs are no good?

How do you cope with negative fertility messages? Have you visited your GP or gynecologist to find out why you are struggling to conceive? Only to be told your eggs are old, your eggs are no good, you have low ovarian reserve or your endometrium is not thick enough. How did make it you feel?…

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How is dry needling different from acupuncture?

An acupuncturist has had hundreds of hours of clinical training in acupuncture. They usually complete a 4 year degree. Courses on dry needling usually go for a weekend with very little clinical training. For more information on the difference between dry needling and acupuncture have a look at this blog by Jeff Shearer.

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The dance of the hormones in the menstrual cycle

How hormones effect your life The dance of hormones throughout the month control the ebb and flow of your menstrual cycle. How they interplay can have a profound effect on how you feel about yourself, your weight, your relationship with others, your social life and even your sleep. The impact is so wide reaching, that…

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