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The Message of the Crucifixion: Living with ME

The Message of the Crucifixion: Living with ME

I have lived with ME for over 40 years. I developed my own highly individualised ‘body-management’ strategy for dealing with his problem and wrote a book about my adventures.  I also developed an effective ‘mind-management’ strategy.  As a result, I now have my ME thoroughly under control and am in a unique position to help others. This video  – The Message of the Crucifixion (a 29-minute re... »

Suffering from ME? Here’s my top tips

Suffering from ME? Here’s my top tips

I believe that Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Post Viral Syndrome, Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome and Fibromyalgia are all part of a single spectrum of disease. They all respond to much the same therapeutic approach. In this article, I use the acronym ‘ME’ to include all of these conditions. I have suffered from ME for over 40 years. I have experimented upon ... »

A weighty matter: Is obesity ‘a disease’?

A weighty matter: Is obesity ‘a disease’?

Obesity and weight loss are topics we touch on fairly regularly here at NaturalCures; it’s an issue close to many of our hearts – and it’s true that we all know someone who’s seen a deterioration in their health as a result of being overweight. So when we spotted an article on the BBC website, which asks ‘is obesity a disease?’ we were intrigued. The piece focus... »

Risk of stroke linked to depression

Risk of stroke linked to depression

A major new study warns that those depression can result in an increased risk of stroke - but only in women. The health risk, states the study, applies to females in their 40s and 50s. And it’s not a minor risk, either. The 12-year study suggests that women with depression are twice as likely to have a stroke. Thousands of women aged between 47 and 52 were monitored and it was revealed that ... »

Cancer patients face workplace discrimination

Cancer patients face workplace discrimination

We were shocked to discover that two in five cancer patients face prejudice at the office when they return following treatment, according to a new study. Recent evidence reveals that those returning to their workplace after some time off battling the illness have been unfairly treated here in the UK. Four in 10 people returning to  their jobs after treatment have been treated unfairly - a 50 per c... »

Having a coffee break? Keep up-to-date with NaturalCures news…

Having a coffee break? Keep up-to-date with NaturalCures news…

Hey, you there – you who’s enjoying a lovely relaxing coffee break and some time to yourself… We’re cheekily interrupting your morning break to remind you about our April newsletter. Our hardworking team has been busy of late putting the finishing touches to May’s bursting newsletter, which focuses on allergies and asthma. But let’s not forget this month’s... »

Easy tips for healthy living

Easy tips for healthy living

Homeopathy isn’t just about using remedies to heal – it’s also about staying healthy in the first place. As Dr. Samuel Hahnemann (the developer of homeopathy in the 1800s) said, one must remove “maintaining causes” – eating and living habits that lead to ill health. There are also a variety of natural means for restoring health that don’t involve the use o... »

How to help someone with disorded eating

How to help someone with disorded eating

As a psychotherapist mostly specializing in women with food and body image issues, I often get questions via e-mail and phone regarding how family and friends can help a loved one who is experiencing disordered eating. I have some very valuable resources on this topic on my main website under “disordered eating.” I recommend that you peruse these as they have a load of invaluable information for b... »

Irritable bowel syndrome self help tips

Irritable bowel syndrome self help tips

Irritable bowel syndrome is increasingly common doubtless because of the pressures of modern living. Stress adversely affects our gut and many people are so busy that they simply do not have the energy to be considerate about their diet, choosing food more for convenience than nutrition. Eating to get by is OK for short periods but now this is the staple way to eat for many of us and our digestive... »

Five reasons to avoid Red Bull

Five reasons to avoid Red Bull

What do you turn to when you’re feeling weary and need a boost to get you through the day? For many, a short walk in the fresh air offers a great pick-me-up. Or maybe you prefer a 15-minute break from your laptop screen and a nice, ripe banana? For thousands of people, though, only an energy drink will do. But have you heard the latest about the popular soda Red Bull? The advert tells us the... »

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