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This is where you’ll find useful handouts and leaflets on lifestyle changes.

Stress

Stress is everywhere these days. Thankfully, there are many ways for us to combat the effects of chronic stress on our bodies.

Protected: Cultivate a Meditation Practice

Stress is everywhere, and it’s a silent killer. There are many ways to combat the negative effects of stress on our lives and our health, and meditation is one of them. Find out from this handout what stress is doing to your body, how meditation can help, and how to do a very quick and easy meditation and breathing exercise.

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Published: 15th August 2019

Movement & Posture

I think most of us realise the importance of exercise and movement, but there are so many ways that we can incorporate these into our daily lives. In fact you don’t even need a gym membership to be active.

Protected: Walking

This leaflet provides information on some of the benefits of walking.

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Published: 2nd August 2019
Protected: Benefits of Exercise

Most of us know that exercise is important, but what benefits does it really offer? Are they limited to better heart health? Can exercise and movement benefit us in lots of other, different ways? This handout helps to explain why it’s important to exercise in the Goldilocks zone (not too little, but not too much).

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Published: 6th August 2019
Protected: Yoga

Yoga is a restorative exercise, and great for enhancing flexibility. It is very important to include movement in your life, and exercising or moving with purpose in company can really help as well. This handout explains the benefits of including some movement like yoga in your life.

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Published: 19th August 2019

Nature

What if something as simple as spending time in nature could help to improve your mental health, productivity, creativity and contentment? What if it could also help to improve your physical health, strength, co-ordination and mood? Studies reveal that all this and more are benefits of spending time in nature. Who’d have thought that something so simple could be the key to helping to unlock your vitality, while also helping you to feel more interconnected? Our ancestors knew this, but many of us have forgotten the importance of getting outdoors to support our vitality.

Protected: The Power Of Nature eBook

This is a short booklet to help you understand the role that spending time in nature has in your healing journey. You’ll find information on many of the benefits, and some suggestions about different ways you can spend more time in nature. After you’ve read it complete the workbook, “The Power Of Nature Fun Sheet”.

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Published: 7th August 2019
Protected: The Power Of Nature Fun Sheet

This workbook accompanies “The Power Of Nature” eBook. Read that booklet and then complete this workbook.

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Published: 7th August 2019

Sleep

Sleep is one of the cornerstones of good health. We know that everyone needs to sleep. But did you know that you’ll survive longer on no food than you will on no sleep? We spend less time sleeping these days than our ancestors did a century ago. And there are real costs in terms of your mental, physical and emotional health of being sleep deprived.

Protected: Go to bed earlier

Am I starting to sound like your mum? If she told you that you need a good night’s sleep, she knew what she was talking about. This leaflet provides you with the rationale of getting a proper night’s sleep.

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Self care

Do you ever dismiss self-care, or put it off because you just don’t have the time for it right now? Do you have too many other things on the go, between work, family life, exercise, running your household, caring for other people and whatever other demands are made on your time? Do you feel guilty any time you prioritise just a little bit of time looking after yourself?

But listen to me when I say this: if you want to be able to function at a high level, then just a little bit of time spent regularly on self-care can make a real difference.

Protected: Read a good fiction book

Did you know that there are benefits of reading fiction? It may be hard to believe, but you can find out what those are from this short handout,

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Published: 12th August 2019
Protected: Massage Therapy

When I asked a few people who identified as suffering from gadolinium toxicity symptoms, massage was one of the things that they said gave them the most relief of symptoms, and that they found most helpful, as well as being extremely pleasurable. Find out more about massage, its benefits and risks, and some alternatives to it in this handout.

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Published: 19th August 2019

Connectedness

It might not even be a case of feeling overtly lonely. But perhaps we all need to be a bit more mindful about the relationships we have with those people who are most important to us. So this section tries to include ways to nurture your personal relationships.

Social media and technology make it so easy to interact with people from all over the world. We can text friends and family, and make new relationships. So why is it that people appear to be lonelier than at possibly any other time in our histories? What affect can loneliness have on your health? And what can we do about it?

Protected: Fit in structured play with children

Structured play has been shown in research to have benefits, not just for kids but also for their caregivers. Find out more here.

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Published: 15th August 2019

Detoxification

All of us are exposed to toxins in our environments, medications, skincare and foods. Not only that, but we each produce a range of toxins inside our bodies. And of course there’s gadolinium and other toxic elements that we can be exposed to.

Which makes it ever more important to focus on supporting the body to try to eliminate as many toxins as we can.

Protected: Dry Skin Brushing

Dry skin brushing is very popular and has a very long history of use in different cultures. Similar to massage, dry skin brushing has elements of both self-care and the support of detoxification. It certainly helps your skin feel soft and smooth. Find out more about dry skin brushing from this handout.

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Published: 18th August 2019
Protected: Epsom Salts Baths and Foot Spas

Soaking in Epsom salts using a bath or foot spa can be one of the most indulgent ways to improve your health. Not only is it a great way to luxuriate in some self-care, but it’s also a great way to top up your magnesium levels and support your detoxification pathways, all while relaxing. And if you’ve had a particularly arduous workout and your muscles are aching, an Epsom salts bath is one of the best ways to relieve some of the pain. Epsom salts can also help to relieve the itch from insect bites.

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Published: 16th September 2019

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