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Hypnotherapy for Health

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So how can hypnotherapy help?

In order for us to change habits that we see as unhealthy, irrational or even fearful we need to build positive associations around them to be able to bring about subconscious change. This is change that comes from within, the power of what we think we become. Our brains patterns are matched from past experiences. By looking at deeper feelings that trigger our habits or fears we can change the way we think and feel. ...

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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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This Month’s Featured Therapist

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Introducing Julie Smith. Julie has been with Cheshire Natural Health since we opened in 2005. An extremely qualified and experienced therapist, and a registered nurse, Julie offers a range of therapeutic treatments, including:

Massage – Whether you are looking for a relaxing massage with aromatherapy oils, or a more invigorating Swedish massage, Julie can help.

Manual Lymphatic Drainage – Julie is experienced in working with clients suffering from fluid retention after surgery, ...

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Forget Boring Gifts

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Looking for that Extra Special Gift?

Why not give the Gift of Good Health this Christmas with a Treatment Voucher from Cheshire Natural Health 

With our wide range of treatments there is something for everyone, including:

Reflexology £45 (or £115 for 3)

Massage £46 (or £118 for 3)

Hot Stone Massage £46 (or £118 for 3)

Weight Loss Hypnotherapy £225 (3 sessions)

Reiki £45 (or £115 for 3)

Colonic Hydrotherapy £75 (or £198 for 3)

Chiropody/ Foot Care £26.50 (or £50 for 2)

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Reflexology Special Offer

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Just £115 for 3 treatments – saving 15% on the usual price. Why not treat yourself or buy as a great Xmas gift?

Reflexology is a non-invasive complementary therapy. It uses gentle pressure on precise points on the feet, ankles and hands. This influences corresponding parts of the body, soothing away tension.

It promotes deep relaxation, which in turn may normalise blood pressure and improve circulation. The aim of reflexology is to improve the overall physical and emotional health of the client.

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This month’s featured therapist

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Introducing Kate Tosney, Massage Therapist

Kate offers a range of specialist treatments, including:

Temporo Mandibular Joint (TMJ) Massage – 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 ...
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