I really didn’t know what to expect from physio. The rheumatologist, after diagnosing undifferentiated connective tissue disease (UCTD) and fibromyalgia, recommended physio and pain management. I’m also on Hydroxychloroquine for the UCTD. The appointment…

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Dealing with an invisible illness, be it mental or physical, can be a minefield of judgements, feeling let down and being bombarded with negativity. But we have more choice over who we listen to, agree with…

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I don’t much like doing ‘me’ updates as I’m sure others must find me pretty boring, but I enjoy hearing how other people are doing so here we go! I bit the bullet and dyed my…

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Today I wanted to share a guest post on the health benefits of meditation. Put aside your views of meditation being reserved for sitting on a mountain or only being religion-oriented. It’s not. It can…

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  Whatever you have to do, whatever problems you are facing or obstacles you have to move around, keep going. It doesn’t have to be graceful. It doesn’t matter how awkwardly or how slowly. Do it…

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Typical disgraceful media reporting, typical saddening divides between voters, typical British weather! That’s right – Election time… But what does the vote mean for UK society in terms of healthcare, social care and welfare? Those…

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Today I wanted to share a guest post on how reflexology can help with a healthy lifestyle. This alternative / complimentary therapy is often spoken very highly of, but I wonder how many of us…

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It is with great sadness that we have to face another heartbreaking atrocity in our world, with the recent terrorist attacks in London on Saturday night. You can’t escape the media coverage, the news headlines,…

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