It's 2021 - how are you?

Hello!  I hope you are well and warm.

So here we are, it’s 2021!  For some of us January/February can be a bleak time of year. After Christmas and New Year celebrations, things can suddenly appear quite flat.  On New Year’s eve we look back and reflect and have high hopes for a new year. Then when it actually arrives the year ahead can suddenly seem daunting, especially with damp weather, short days, and cold, chilly temperatures.  This year we have the added challenges of Covid-19 and lockdown to contend with.  

How are you feeling?  A bit low or under the weather?  Fed up with a niggling problem?  Putting up with something you shouldn’t need to?   Maybe it’s time for a homeopathic MOT.  After all, we get our teeth checked regularly, and our cars have an annual safety check.  What about our bodies?  Our bodies are the only place we have to live, so we need to look after them. 

Are you troubled with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)?  The good news is that whether you are just feeling a bit down, or more seriously are troubled by Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), homeopathy can provide a safe and natural way to boost your spirits and lift your mood.  There is information about SAD here: https://www.homeopathy-healing.com/sad-homeopathy-treatment-for-seasonal-affective-disorder/

Why not book an appointment and we can start to change the things you’ve been hoping would ‘just go away.’  You’ll be surprised what you’ve been putting up with without even realising! 

Make this the year that you change something, so that you can enjoy life more.  Remember, you don’t have to put up with it, you can change it.


Alongside homeopathy, here are some hints to help you through January and February:

1.      Exercise – take a walk to reduce stress and clear the mind, and get that all important sunlight

2.      Eat Healthily – make home-made soups or smoothies and eat plenty of other fruit and veg

3.      Declutter – January is a great time to go through things that are no longer needed. The time this takes will occupy your mind and make the days go quicker.

4.      Curl up with a good book – take advantage of the long nights and short days. Cheshire East Libraries have just started an ‘Order and Collect’ service, where they select 8 books for you, based on your preferences: https://www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/libraries/nearest_library/macclesfield_library/macclesfield_library.aspx

5.      Get organised – take a look at your bank statements and see where you can make savings, cancel all those direct debits and standing orders for services you no longer use. If you have a few you can set up another direct debit and pay it to a savings account. Then this can be used for a holiday for next January when the blues hit again and we’re able to travel.

I look forward to hearing from you - give me a ring or drop me an email, and we can get you booked in!  Remember I am always willing to discuss reduced rates to ensure that everyone can benefit from homeopathic treatment.

Best wishes

Anna

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