Heat stroke, heart attacks and the avoidance of…

Its hot, and getting hotter! They are forecasting 30 degrees this week... (end of June 2009, and again end of June 2020) This means, as far as I am concerned many of my patients having increasing problems with - Heat stroke, heart attacks, heart failure and the...

Fear, Coronavirus and Osteopathy

The one thing that we all have in common is a huge increase in the amount of FEAR we are experiencing. It seems to be all pervading, unless you have learnt techniques to offset the media and Government dramas around Coronavirus (or been in a tin mine!) This is a...

Men’s Health Week – Alcohol and Binge Drinking

In the second of the series during Men's Health Week Osteopath Gayle Palmer speaks about alcohol and binge drinking. One way to help you guage how much you are drinking is to know your numbers! The maximum recommended number of alcholic units is now 14 - for both men...

#GetBackToLife

Whilst I was talking to a group of Osteopaths, we were discussing how the effects of Coronavirus and Lockdown will effect you going forward - our lovely clients, and what we will be seeing so much more of now. We can already predict that people's nervous systems are...

#VolunteersWeek – some ideas

Fed up with being at home? Want to make the best use of your time? ...not sure what or how? Maybe volunteering would solve various conundrums...Gayle Palmer suggests some ideas.. https://www.facebook.com/LivingElementsClinic/videos/1102539493287283/?t=1 Gratitude for...

New infection and safety policies

Your health and well-being is always my first priority - as you well know.. To this end NEW health and safety procedures have had to be brought in for ALL patients and staff at the clinic given that by its very nature, Osteopathy involves close contact. Coronavirus...

Homemade Hummus

Learn how to make the best, cheapest hummus at home anytime you like! This is simple, quick and adaptable. Watch the video whilst Gayle Palmer makes her favourite take on this protein-rich food. https://youtu.be/UkszrxA1Dos The recipe is on the video... but here it is...

At home actions to reduce your HAYFEVER

Hayfever can really ruin your Summer - but with some simple actions its effects can be drastically reduced. Gayle Palmer helps to explain how and why they make a difference. Hay fever affects one in five people in the UK and when your symptoms flare up, it can really...

More help for Hayfever

Peak season for "hayfever" depends on what allergen someone is sensitive to - tree pollens, especially lime and poplar; grass pollens or fungi. They all produce similar symptoms but from different causes. They also are all the result of the immune system over-reacting...

Hayfever – a natural and effective solution for all

Hayfever seems to be striking many at the moment as the trees and early shrubs come into flower along with some grasses that seem to have some of their timings upset by the odd weather we have been having. The usual symptoms are: red, stinging or itchy eyes; a...