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OHC Live Ep 001 – ME, CFS, and Fibromyalgia recovery goals for 2017… OHC Live Ep 002 – Cultivating positive habits for ME, CFS and Fibromyalgia recovery… OHC Live Ep 003 – Is it possible to make a full recovery from ME, CFS and Fibromyalgia? OHC Live Ep 004 – Sleep and ME/CFS… OHC Live […]

I think the first thing I noticed was that I just slept better

James assesses what the first positive changes he noticed were in his CFS recovery journey. For many, unrefreshed sleep can be a common problem. For James, he was noticing that he began sleeping better. To discover more about Psychology at The Optimum Health Clinic, click here

I just couldn’t see a way out

A lot of people feel like they can’t see a way out. Adam briefly discusses when he was at one of his lowest points, virtually exhausted by doing any sort of activity, and having tried many different Alternative Therapies.  He also looks at the moment things started to change. To discover more about Psychology at […]

You don’t just suddenly get ME overnight

James discusses how getting M.E. doesn’t result from simply having a virus or bacterial infection, but actually a build up of a number of stressors over a prolonged period of time prior to the initial crash. To discover more, please visit : www.theoptimumhealthclinic.com

Where you go in your mind, your body goes too

Meditation teacher Linda Hall discusses the idea that whatever we are thinking, be it something stressful or something calm, can be reflected in our bodies. To discover more about Psychology at The Optimum Health Clinic, please click here

Emotional pain as physical pain in ME/CFS

Alex Howard talks about how emotional pain can manifest as physical pain in ME/CFS To find out more about Psychology at The Optimum Health Clinic, please click here  

What Is Tired and Wired?

This video explores the concept of being ‘tired and wired’ and its relationship to CFS/ME. Alex explains what the difference is between “normal tiredness” vs the “wired” feeling experienced as part of ME/CFS. This is often referred to as being ‘tired and wired,’ and in this short video Alex explores the impact of being wired. Click on […]

Taking a rest on your recovery path

This video explores the challenge and discipline of taking rest on the recovery path.  In fact, Alex makes the point that actually resting takes more strength than pushing through.  If you have a tendency to not listen to your body and rest when needed, this video will be particularly helpful.