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A Shift in my Journey

When did I decide that my life was not going the way I had dreamed it would? I guess you could say that it all boiled down to a question that I had 13 years ago, was my life worth living? 594 more words

Wellness Education


Within Unit 5, Anatomy & Physiology, you are required to get to grips with the concept of homeostasis.

Learning outcome 3: Understand how homeostatic mechanisms operate in the maintenance of an internal environment. 200 more words

Anatomy And Physiology

Why is Belly Fat the Most Difficult to Lose

As a general rule, belly fat is the first place we put on fat and the last place we tend to lose it. Belly fat loss is highly dependent on the individual nuances of a person. 759 more words


Sleep - what is it good for (absolutely nothing?)

Sleep can often feel like a fall into annihilation and rebirth. One moment you have all the memories and aches of a long day behind you, the next you wake up from nothingness into the start of something new. 537 more words

Systems Neuroscience

Auricular Therapy

The ear is the first organ to develop to its full size and become fully functional, about 18
weeks after conception. It is one of few anatomical structures composed of each of the primary tissue types (endoderm, ectoderm and mesoderm) in the developing embryo. 471 more words


Reiki and Animals

Today I am giving a talk at a local cat club about Reiki and Animals and it inspired me to write a blog.

Some of you might be wondering what Reiki is?   827 more words


Anxiety, Stress And The Highly Sensitive Person - Too Much Of Something Always Becomes A Bad Thing That Damages One In The End

I am one of those people that worries all the time. If there is an issue at work or at home that is of concern, I will up at 2.00 am in the morning wondering how best to solve it and worrying about it until I am sure it is solved. 3,096 more words