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MOVE staff describe some of our favourite books. This is part 3 of our Summer of Reading 2017 blog.
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MOVE staff describe some of our favourite books. This is part 2 of our Summer of Reading 2017 blog.
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MOVE staff describe some of our favourite books. This is part 1 of our Summer of Reading 2017 blog.
18/08/2017 06:04 In JOIN THE CONVERSATION
Fatigue’s that overwhelming physical and mental tiredness. It may be caused by lack of sleep, your medications, depression, or living with persistent pain.
There’s nothing like this time of the year. It’s getting lighter and brighter. The weather is warming up and you can almost smell spring in the air!
These are just a few tips to help you eat well and have a healthy diet. If you have some suggestions, or want to share what you do, please let us know!
When you try to remember, it’s easy to get things wrong. Memories aren’t always reliable, and can be influenced by many other factors including our emotions.
Have you had a massage lately? We often think of them as an indulgence, however many people find that regular massages really helps them manage their pain.
Within weeks of quitting smoking you’ll breathe easier and have more energy, making it easier to exercise and do day-to-day activities.
There’s information everywhere and it can be overwhelming. It can sometimes be difficult to work out what information is good and helpful, and what is wrong,
When you live with persistent pain, it can sometimes feel like the world is flying by while you stay still…grappling with pain, anger, anxiety and frustration.
From the time you wake up to the time you go to bed, that voice inside your head can influence how you feel, how you act and how you manage your pain.
Here are some tips and tricks I find help me manage my condition so I get the most out of my trip and have the best time. I’m sure they’ll help you too.
Sometimes pain interferes with your desire to eat. You may lose appetite or resort to easy take away meals because you’re hungry but cooking feels beyond you
When you have a muscle, bone or joint condition, things like opening jars, combing your hair or sitting for long periods can become difficult and painful.
Walking is a great way to exercise. It costs nothing, it’s suitable for most people, and it gets you out and about. I find it’s a fantastic way to relax…
From time-to-time many of us experience a flare, when symptoms like pain, inflammation and fatigue are worse, or more intense. This is a flare.
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Water lubricates and cushions your joints, aids digestion, prevents constipation, keeps your temperature normal and helps maintain your blood pressure.
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Do you get enough calcium and vitamin D? Along with regular exercise, they’re important for bone health. Read more about the importance of vitamin D & calcium