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In today's fast-paced world, quality sleep has become even more precious. As Osteopaths, we understand the integral role that sleep plays in maintaining overall health and well-being. Restorative sleep is essential for tissue repair, immune function, and mental clarity. Here...
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Getting a good night's sleep is essential for our overall health and well-being. Yet, many of us struggle with sleep issues, from insomnia to restless nights and as we know, sleep deprivation can lead to a host of health issues, impacting both physical and mental well-being....
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This is a question we are often asked as Osteopaths! Choosing a pillow is really down to individual preferences, however some useful questions to think about include: Do you sleep on your side or your back? (Please note: sleeping on your front can strain your neck and affect...
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Navigating the years of perimenopause and menopause can feel like a rollercoaster ride, especially when sleep becomes elusive. Luckily there are lots of natural remedies that can help support your efforts to get a better sleep.  These can play a vital role in promoting ...
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Getting a good night's sleep can sometimes feel like an elusive dream. Fortunately, there's a holistic approach that's gaining recognition for its ability to promote deep relaxation and improve sleep quality: Massage Therapy.While many people seek massage primarily for its p...
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What is sleep apnoea?Sleep apnea is a breathing disorder that is characterised by pauses in breathing while sleeping. Although this is a common disorder, many people have yet to get diagnosed. If left untreated, this disorder can cause a wide range of health issues such as h...
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In the busyness of our daily lives, a good night’s sleep is like gold and gives us energy for the next day. But many of us suffer from restless nights, tossing and turning amidst a sea of worries, anxieties, and unresolved emotions. However, psychotherapy and counselling a...
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SLEEP HYGIENE -  Conducive sleep environment: Dark (no electronics, lights, black out curtains, eye covers) and quiet.-  Cool environment: 20 deg C; core body temperature needs to be cool to induce sleep. Increased temperature is a trigger to wake up (bedding, clot...
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