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Pacing for better mental health

Mental health is something we all have, good or bad. It is often separated from physical health, as if the brain is floating in some cloud-like invisible storage centre. The overlap between physical illness and mental illness is clear. If depression makes getting out of bed seem too much, feeling well enough to exercise is…Continue reading Pacing for better mental health

#HypnOT Session 2 – Anxiety

Welcome back to #HypnOT. Session 2 focuses on understanding and managing Anxiety. Kim (Online Psychotherapist) explains a little about how and why anxiety happens and the processes within the brain. I share some useful tips for managing the symptoms of anxiety and on how to limit the impact your anxiety has on your life. This…Continue reading #HypnOT Session 2 – Anxiety

Travel with a variable health condition

Planning a holiday or a day out should be exciting but for many people with variable illnesses or disabilities it can be pretty daunting. To be honest, planning anything can be pretty daunting. I’ve lost count of the number of events I’ve called off at the last-minute. ¬†For any new visitors to my blog, I…Continue reading Travel with a variable health condition

The Rehab Saga: Physio, friends, family and beer pong.

After struggling to wake up yesterday I was expecting to really struggle this morning, I was pleasantly surprised when I woke up at 7:15 and didn’t feel half bad! I hopped in the shower (and even washed my hair) before grabbing breakfast there were a couple of new faces on the ward this morning so…Continue reading The Rehab Saga: Physio, friends, family and beer pong.