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Dementia a story of hope

I am a osteopath working in London and I believe Osteopathy has an important part in alleviating the symptoms of dementia.  It's a fundamental principle within Osteopathy that the body has all the tools necessary to cure itself. Sometimes though, it needs to be given a nudge in the right direction to start the healing process.

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Acupuncture for Pregnancy

If you are pregnant have you ever asked yourself any of the following questions?

  • Is there anything that can help with this morning sickness?
  • What can I do about the aches and pains I have, that are only getting worse as the baby gets bigger?
  • When will the baby come?
  • Will I go into labour spontaneously or will I need help?
  • Is there anything my partner and myself can do to help me during labour?

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How to Stop Smoking

We all have habits, and some are so well ingrained that they feel like they are part of us.  Trying to change any habits can cause disruption and personal distress.

If you are a smoker it can feel as though your habit is here to stay. Giving up smoking can feel like and impossible task. Even terrifying statistics don’t seem enough to motivate you to quit.


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Should we buy Organic food?

This is a question I often get asked, and why I’ve wanted write this short blog to help people when deciding between organic and non organic. 

I often tell my patients the two main reasons why you should buy organic food is due to;

  • Pesticide residues (mostly used for fruit and vegetables growth and production.
  • Hormones and antibiotics (mostly administered to animals for a greater and faster growth).

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9 natural remedies to ease menopause symptoms

As a practising medical herbalist for over 38 years I have successfully treated literally hundreds of cases of peri menopausal and menopausal women. The herbs I use and the dosages vary between cases dependent on the array and severity of symptoms presenting and the patients typology, age and other factors.

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Do you feel that the life you are living is not the same as the life you want or the life that you dreamed of?

Do you want to have a fulfilling career or a business that you love instead of just working to make a living or to pay the mortgage?

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What is NLP and how can it help you?

Neurolinguistic Programming, or NLP, is a model that teaches you how to learn, how to motivate yourself and how to change your behaviour in a successful way to become the best you can be.

In the 1970s, distinguished names such as David Gordon, Leslie Cameron-Bandler, Steve and Connirae Andreas, Robert Dilts, Richards Bandler and John Grinder developed NLP methods, which continue to evolve. This is a practical application of how people think and is based on the work of Alfred Korzybski, Virginia Satir, Milton Erickson, Fritz Pearls and Gregory Bateson among others. 

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How to look after your back on holiday

Going on holiday?

Do you ever come back from holiday with more more aches and pains than before you went??

If so please read on;

I know from my own experience when I go on holiday the first thing I get is a sore neck and achey back..

Your body gets so used to sleeping in the same position and in the same bed that when you are in a foreign hotel, different pillow and a hard bed it goes into shock and the next day the aches start to appear!


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4 Ways to Avoid Stress in the City

Waking up at 6AM and then heading off for a long days work in the city can be incredibly exhausting. Particularly with lack of sleep, too many social commitments in the evenings after work, and then having to pull yourself together to get life’s little practicalities done. Looking after your family, taking care of your children, the cooking, laundry, cleaning, getting the groceries done, putting petrol in your car and last but not least - despite being completely and utterly shattered, having some time and energy to spend with your partner!




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Wellness Marathon Tip 4

Plan ahead and imagine yourself overcoming your barriers to training.

Fitting in runs over a busy week can be challenging, especially when you are tired and busy with work or family.  Spend time identifying the barriers which make it harder to get out and train, and work out which are practical barriers (such as being hungry) and which are mental barriers (such as feeling tired or preferring an evening on the sofa).  Plan ahead to overcome practical barriers (e.g. pack a snack to eat 1- 2 hours before your run).  Use “mental rehearsal” to overcome your mental barriers: every day, close your eyes and spend 1-2 minutes imagining the feelings you may have before a run (maybe tired or not fancying going outside) and picture yourself, in detail, getting your kit on and going out for a run anyway.  Finish by imagining the experience of well-being you will enjoy after exercise.  Reinforce this mental training by reminding yourself, when it’s time for your run, how good you will feel afterwards.

By Mimi Fakhri, Hypnotherapist











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