Tag Archives: emotions

Emotional pain as physical pain in ME/CFS

Physical pain can be a challenging symptom on the path to recovery from ME/CFS.  In this weeks video, Alex explores how sometimes physical pain can be related to emotional pain which needs attention and care to help process. Click on the video below to watch  

Captain the ship of your own recovery

As tempting as it can be on the recovery path to look to abdicate responsibility to the “experts,” a key ingredient of the OHC approach is the collaboration between practitioners and the patient, and ultimately the patient learning to be the captain of the ship of their own recovery.  In this weeks video newsletter, Alex […]

The biochemistry of emotions

Welcome to this week’s video blog! There is a huge amount going on at The Optimum Health Clinic at the moment, with lots of new projects getting ready to role out in the Autumn, most of which are Top Secret at the moment, but we will let you know as soon as we can. In […]

How our emotions affect us: A biochemical perspective

Welcome to this week’s video blog.  Our video this week is with Alex, and Julia from The Optimum Health Clinic’s nutrition team, discussing the biochemistry of how our emotions affect us physically.  This is a fascinating insight into the relationship between our emotions and our body, and put in relatively simple terms.  You can see […]

Video Blog: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome CFS – How the Clinic views Emotion

Welcome to this week’s video blog. We are rather excited to be releasing the first of a new series of videos filmed with our new camera, and the beginnings of our new set at OHC HQ! This video is with Anna (Director of Psychology) and Alex, talking about the role of emotions in CFS, ME […]