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I was thrilled to be interviewed by Olga one of the founders of the UK’s Forest Bathing Institute. Olga and her partner have pursued their dream of bringing nature and all its health and economic benefits closer to the UK population. I discuss with Olga my journey into the Wellness profession and how breathing and...
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Slow deep breathing.
Slow deep breathing techniques are some of the oldest and simplest techniques demonstrated to have a variety of therapeutic effects on the body and mind. This valuable article was first published in Frontiers in Psychiatry – you can read it in full here.
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Child sleep disorder.
There are many potential sleep problems among children, including insomnia, sleep-walking, sleep terrors and nightmares, restless leg syndrome. The American Psychiatric Association defines sleep disorders as problems with sleep quality, timing and duration.  Living with a sleep disorder can be stressful for both children and parents and can impact health and well-being and reduce the...
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Myofunctional therapy,
Myofunctional therapy involves retraining the muscles in and around the mouth, lips and face.  The objective is to produce a normal resting posture of the jaw, tongue, and lips, which can help with eating, speaking, and breathing.
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How are you breathing?
We all breathe instinctively – it’s what keeps us alive.  But are you breathing as well as you could be? Many people breathe through the mouth rather than through the nose.  This can cause all sorts of problems, including:
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bronchiectasis
Bronchiectasis Bronchiectasis is a long-term condition where the airways of the lungs become abnormally widened, leading to a build-up of excess mucus that can make the lungs more vulnerable to infection and a breeding ground for bacteria. And infections can spread to the air sacs, reducing lung function. The most common symptoms of bronchiectasis include:...
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