Why Gut Health is so Important

  Gut Health is the buzz phrase at the moment, yet Hippocrates and the ancient Greeks, realised how important it was nearly 2500 years ago. Your gut is described as your ‘second brain’. “Gut instinct” can kick in if you are in danger and have little time to think and could be vital for your…

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How Moonlight Can Affect Your Sleep

The very word “Moonlight” brings up so many romantic connotations from childhood fairy stories.  Being wide awake at 3 am with moonlight streaming through your curtains is not so romantic. Every month I see people who are having trouble sleeping, especially around the time of the full moon.  One poor young lady was unable to…

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Hay Fever – a holistic approach

Hay Fever has been a personal struggle for me. I have tried many different treatment paths but the most effective has been Homeopathy. Summer used to be a miserable time and now I very rarely get symptoms. If you suffer from Hay Fever you may have tried various anti-histamines, been prescribed steroids or even been…

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Eczema Explained

If you’ve ever had a “touch of eczema”, a non-contagious dry skin condition, you will be aware how relentless symptoms can sometimes be. Patient’s arms before remedies – January 2022 Eczema is particularly prevalent in young children and the National Eczema Society (NES) estimates that it affects 1 in 5 children in the UK.  The…

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Natural ways to reduce hot flushes

  For those experiencing hot flushes during Perimenopause, symptoms can range from very mild to intense waves of heat. Although they are often called night sweats, hot flushes can happen day and night. They are often exhausting and unpleasant and seriously disrupt sleep patterns. Many women feel anxious not knowing when they might happen.  It…

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What is Perimenopause?

Every month I see women with Perimenopausal symptoms. They may notice fluctuations in their moods, periods, sleep or temperature levels which can signal a reduction of female hormone production and the start of Perimenopause. When does Perimenopause start? Most women start having perimenopausal symptoms in their mid 40’s. This natural process happens gradually and can…

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The Truth About Molluscum

Every year I see a handful of children with Molluscum: benign little hard, pink or red, raised bumps or papules erupting on the torso, under the armpits, behind the knees or in the groin area. Papules have a characteristic dimple in the middle and are not painful but can be itchy and are caused by…

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Like to know more about using Homeopathy?

“Homeopathic First Aid Remedies & Tips” – Suitable for Everyone – Individuals, Parents and Anyone keen to use Homeopathy at home –  A short 2 hour introductory course to Homeopathy and how to use it in the home.   My very popular introductory course simply explaining the concepts of Homeopathy and its uses in the…

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