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Lene  Andersen

Lene Andersen, Health Guide

Writer, Advocate, Photographer

Tired of Being Tired: Living with Chronic Fatigue

I am so tired of being tired.


I keel over into sleep whenever I get horizontal for my nap or going to bed at night, out like a light within a minute or two. When I wake up, I feel like I could sleep for days. My mandatory rest period (i.e., daily nap) is more necessary than ever before.


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posted 03/30/2015, comments (0)|

HealthGal, Health Guide

Health and lifestyle journalist;Physician Assistant;HealthCoach;Nutritionist

When Healthy Labels and Trends Stretch the Truth

My last sharepost Natural Products Expo West Trends highlighted a number of the popular and new trends in the “healthy food” sector, focusing on some of what I thought were the healthier options among the thousands that peppered the... Read moreChevron

posted 03/30/2015, comments (0)|
John McManamy

John McManamy, Health Guide

Author and Advocate

Welcome to My World: A World Bipolar Day Meditation

Today, March 30, is World Bipolar Day. A confession: I’m not much of a fan of world bipolar days. Every day for me is bipolar day. It’s not a choice, it’s just the way things are. Sample, for instance, the opening lines of a book on bipolar that I am working on:


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posted 03/30/2015, comments (0)|
Jerry Kennard

More Ways to Help an Anxious Child

In a previous post on how to help an anxious child I suggested a couple of strategies that might encourage children to develop their problem-solving whilst under the protective wing of their parent. In this post I'm offering up more... Read moreChevron

posted 03/29/2015, comments (0)|
Christine Kennard

Christine Kennard, Health Pro


A Dementia Dilemma: Inability to Recognise and Communicate Pain

Pain is a common but complex experience that differs from person to person. Pain is always a subjective experience. So when someone has dementia how does this affect their experience of pain and how they express their reaction to it? How can caregivers know when pain relief is required and is effective?


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