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THE ROLE OF NEUROLOGY IN STRESS AND HEALTH

Throughout our lives, we find ourselves in situations that lead us to experience negative thoughts and feelings, and in some cases, leading to health problems.

In times like these, we can feel powerless to change things and feel at the mercy of the environment in which we find ourselves or the people who surround us.

Chronic pain - the whats, whys and hows by Lauren Stoney

CHRONIC PAIN: THE WHATS, WHYS AND HOWS

Do you enjoy a good dose of pain? Nope. Didn’t think so. No one does really. But pain is very useful. It keeps us alive.

In fact, if we didn’t have the ability to feel pain (via our danger detection system) we’d be in a lot of trouble.

So how does pain work?

When burnout hits eGuide by Lauren Stoney

WHEN FATIGUE TURNS CHRONIC

If you’ve been feeling tired, exhausted and fatigued for what seems like a lifetime, chances are you’ll have exhausted what seems like every possible treatment, therapy and intervention under the sun.

The frustrating thing about fatigue is that so little is known about it, in the context of how to fix it.

is the doing mind impacting your health

CHRONIC PAIN: RESOURCES ON DEALING WITH IT AND MOVING PAST IT

So here’s the thing. Pain is not pleasant. It’s not nice. But it most certainly is necessary. However. And that’s a big HOWEVER… chronic pain is a whole other kettle of fish. Chronic pain is pointless. And if you’ve been living with it, I’m sure you’ll be saying, “Well, no s*** Sherlock.”

Chronic pain - the whats, whys and hows by Lauren Stoney

WHAT IS KEEPING YOU STUCK WITH FATIGUE?

Whilst a lot of people will spend their time trying to figure out what it is that triggered the fatigue in the first place, the trigger is not really the issue.

Chronic and long-lasting fatigue can be triggered by a whole host of different factors, from glandular fever, to post viral fatigue, trauma, chronic stress – the list goes on.

When burnout hits eGuide by Lauren Stoney

TOP TEN PODCASTS IN THE MIND-BODY CONNECTION

Well here we go, some brain food to get stuck into that will both inform and inspire.

My top ten online resources for anyone with an interest in the mind-body connection, and a desire to start ‘using’ their thoughts in a way that serves them…

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Chronic Pain: Resources on Dealing With It and Moving Past It

 So here’s the thing. Pain is not pleasant. It’s not nice. But it most certainly is necessary. However. And that’s a big HOWEVER... chronic pain is a whole other kettle of fish. Chronic pain is pointless. And if you’ve been living with it, I’m sure you’ll be saying,...

Chronic Pain: The Whats, The Whys and The Hows.

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Do you enjoy a good dose of pain? Nope. Didn’t think so. No one does really. But pain is very useful. It keeps us alive. In fact, if we didn’t have the ability to feel pain (via our danger detection system) we’d be in a lot of trouble.   So how does pain work?...

Health anxiety and how to change it.

Health anxiety. If ever there was a more pointless experience your lovely little brain could conjure up, this would be it. What is particularly fascinating is that, all it really is, is a fear of the idea of fear. Think about it for a moment. There is no real-life...