‘I wasn’t wrong’’ -The gift inside Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)

‘It is increasingly being recognised that many individuals who receive the diagnosis of BPD are naturally highly intuitive and perceptive. What was previously thought of as a genetic vulnerability may actually reflect an innate  talent.  ” People who were born emotionally intense, sensitive and are gifted with heightened perceptivity are like powerful sports cars. It […]

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Long-Term Effects of Traumatic Brain Injury…

Recent research suggests that survivors of moderate to severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) are at risk of long-term cognitive, emotional, and behavioral problems. Dr. Torun Gangaune Finnanger and colleagues at Trondheim University Hospital in Norway looked at self-reported problems among 67 individuals two to five years after moderate or severe TBI. Compared to healthy similar […]

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LINKS BETWEEN PHYSIOTHERAPY AND SCOLIOSIS.

Physiotherapy can be very effective in managing scoliosis, according to Margarita Gurevich, Senior Physiotherapist at Health Point Physiotherapy healthpointphysiotherapy.com.au.   Scoliosis is an abnormal lateral (sideways) and rotational curvature of the spine. While there are different types of this condition, one of the most common is Idiopathic scoliosis – which simply means there is no […]

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10 Fast Fibromyalgia Facts to Share It…

It’s Fibromyalgia Awareness Month, which is an opportunity for people in the fibro community to share their stories and raise awareness of this often misunderstood illness.   Sharing facts about fibromyalgia on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook can help educate the public about what it’s like to live with the condition. To help you get started, we’ve put together […]

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Endometriosis sufferers call for better support, faster diagnosis and more effective treatment for the agonising condition…

Understanding how to manage the emotional and psychological toll of endometriosis has been identified as a key priority for women suffering with the condition WOMEN who suffer from the painful womb condition endometriosis have called for better diagnosis and research to find a cure. The agonising condition affects 176 million women worldwide – two million […]

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