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Life after Cancer

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The 4th February is International World Cancer Day and it’s sad to say that most of you reading this will have been touched by this disease in some way.  

Maybe you’ve had your own battle.  Maybe you’re still on that journey.  

Maybe you’ve supported and cared for loved ones who have battled cancer.  Maybe they are still on that journey and you are still loving and supporting them.

Today, I want to shine a light on those ...

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Eco-Therapy – Walking and Talking therapy

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We are delighted to introduce Estelle Linney to our team at Cheshire Natural Health. Estelle will be offering Eco-therapy as well as conventional counselling.

What is Eco-therapy? 

Eco-therapy means ‘restoring and developing wellbeing through connection with nature’. From the feelings of wonderment associated with the sun on your face or experiencing an extraordinary sunrise or sunset, to the sense that pondering about a problem while taking a walk can be helpful: these are some examples of the beneficial influence of nature. Continue Reading →

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New Infant Feeding Clinic

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New Infant Feeding clinic at Cheshire Natural Health, Stretton.

Cheshire Natural Health is delighted to introduce Sharon Jones, certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC), Tongue Tie Practitioner and Registered Midwife, who will be offering her specialist services at the Stretton clinic.

Sharon works in the NHS as an Infant Feeding Lead and her passion has always been about supporting new parents in breastfeeding. She has many years’ experience as a midwife and has worked both in the hospital environment and the local community. Sharon ...

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Ask the therapist – Who can use homeopathy?

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In this article our Homeopath, Carol Reynolds, answers the question that we are often asked- Who can use Homeopathy?

“The easy answer is most people. Patients receive medicine called remedies. These are small sugar pills. Homeopathy is safe for babies, children & pregnant women. It is a safe, natural and side effect free medical system.

Examples of typical types of things I treat are as follows:

-for pregnant women, complaints in pregnancy like nausea. Also, complaints like hay fever when normally prescribed drugs ...

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Reflexology Lymphatic Drainage

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Gaynor Almond is now offering Reflexology Lymphatic Drainage (RLD), an award-winning reflexology technique which focuses on stimulating the lymphatic reflexes on the feet. The aim is to cause an effect on the lymphatic system in the body. It is a unique sequence that has been researched and developed by Sally Kay BSc(Hons), whilst working in Cancer Care, to help with the management of lymphoedema for patients affected by treatment to breast cancer. It may help all forms of lymphoedema, both primary and ...

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Can Progesterone help prevent miscarriage?

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By Gaynor Almond, Clinical Reflexologist specialising in fertility

Can progesterone help to prevent miscarrage?

Having worked with many women experiencing multiple miscarriages, I am well aware that progesterone deficiency isn’t the only factor (if at all) why a woman would miscarry in the first trimester.

Currently in the UK following a miscarriage women aren’t referred for further investigations unless they have had three ‘consecutive’ miscarriages (fortunately some GP’s will recognise historic miscarriages and still refer on). So until you’ve experienced at least ...

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Supporting a friend with fertility problems

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By Gaynor Almond, Clinical Reflexologist specialising in fertility.

With 1 in 8 couples experiencing infertility, it’s highly likely that a couple you know in your group of friends, on Facebook, or at work are having problems conceiving.

They may be keeping it private because they find it too personal and upsetting to talk about, or can not simply face being told one more time “just relax and it’ll happen”. There can be a multitude of reasons why a couple aren’t conceiving, and ...

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Gut health – what you need to know

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When we ask people what they associate with probiotics, the two most common answers are ‘good bacteria’ and ‘the gut’. But what exactly is the gut and what can you do to keep it healthy?

What are the key functions of the gut?

The gut (also known as the gastrointestinal tract) is the part of the human body that runs from the top of the stomach to the anus. The body parts that make up the gut are numerous: the ...

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Heart Focussed Breathing (Heartmath)

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Do you want to be the best version of you that’s possible?

Learn strategies to help manage life’s challenges?

Next course date: Sunday 22nd July, 10am – 1pm

In her nutrition practice, Angela regularly sees people who are experiencing symptoms that can often be largely attributed to the stress in their lives, either current issues or traumas from the past.  Stress can lead to an increase in the level of the adrenal hormone, ...

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Temporo Mandibular Joint (TMJ) Massage

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Temporo Mandibular Joint (TMJ) Massage is a specialised treatment which is great for helping people with jaw & face pain where other approaches may have failed. Typical problems it can address are:

  • Deep Jaw, Face and Neck Pain
  • Headaches and Migraines
  • Popping, Clicking and Grating Noises of the Jaw Joint
  • Trismus (Difficulty Opening the Mouth Normally)
  • Trouble Speaking
  • Dizziness or Vertigo
  • Tinnitus
  • Earache without Infection
  • The sensation of something stuck in the throat
  • Unevenly worn teeth
  • Twitching of the Face and Eye Muscles
  • Disordered Sleep
  • Photosensitivity and Sensitive to Certain Noises
  • Bruxism (Teeth Grinding)
  • Sinus ...
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