Unexplained infertility is a common yet frustrating diagnosis to receive. Approximately one in four couples seeking help with fertility issues are told there is no explanation for why they can’t conceive. Unexplained infertility does not, however, mean that you have no options. There is a reason for hope. Here are 5 issues that can lead to “unexplained” fertility and solutions for you to put into action.
Having babies takes a serious toll on the body. There’s no rush to get things back to how they were pre babies or even to get back there at all but sometimes it’s nice to be able to give your body a helping hand – if you feel you need it. Its hard to know what to do though and often the only advice given is to do pelvic floor exercises.
So here’s a few other, useful things you can do to help recovery…
A great many of the clients who come to see me for Bowen Therapy are looking for help to relieve issues of either acute or chronic back pain. Whilst some relief may be felt after only one treatment, I usually recommend three or four treatments initially, each a week to 10 days apart. This is … Read more
When we are deep in the healing process we can feel alone and disconnected as we are going deeper and deeper into the void. We feel vulnerable and emotions are running high. It feels raw and painful as we bring things into awareness so we can heal bit by bit. We feel vulnerable as we … Read more
Scars can be a real problem. They can knock your confidence and cause discomfort and pain. If they are large or on your abdomen, they can also cause issues with posture, fertility, poor digestion, weight gain, poor circulation and increase the chances of cysts. Despite so many of us having scars, not many people know … Read more
Every human being has the capacity to be mindful. Mindfulness can help settle a busy mind and bring about change from within. This short guided meditation will allow you to practice mindfulness whether it’s your first time at doing so or not. For those of you new to meditation, I use the practice to help … Read more
In our Fresh Air Friday sessions in June, we’ve been talking about our dreams and what is important to us in our lives. We’ve had some wide-ranging conversations and also experienced some very different weather during the month, it started cold and wet in Newbury and finished in glorious sunshine this weekend.
Stress can set off a whole range of digestive issues â€“ bloating, constipation, diarrhoea, abdominal pain. If youâ€™re an IBS sufferer you probably find stress can bring on all of these symptoms and more. Anyone with IBS will know stress can unfortunately be a major trigger. But why is this and what can you do to remedy the situation?