About Me

Living With Type 2 Diabetes

I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes five years ago, and I've had to make considerable changes to my lifestyle to maintain my health since I was diagnosed. I started this blog to share my experience of coming to terms with having type 2 diabetes and what I've learned on my personal journey. I share details of the lifestyle changes I've made, including giving up smoking and eating more wholefoods, and my personal experience of using alternative treatments, such as acupuncture and herbal medicine. I also post about new treatments that are becoming available for type 2 diabetes. I hope you find my blog useful and informative.



Living With Type 2 Diabetes


How a Physiotherapist Can Treat Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction

Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD) is a common complaint among pregnant women. Otherwise known as pelvic girdle pain, it's a pain that develops in your pelvis and worsens as your pregnancy progresses. Naturally, any pregnancy-related pain feels concerning and so you'll want to do what you can to resolve it. Here's how physiotherapy can help reduce your SPD. Strengthening Your Pelvic Floor SPD is more painful when your pelvic floor muscles struggle to support your growing organs.

Body Neutrality for Wellness

Wellness is a worthy goal. It's also a nebulous field that doesn't have just one definition or one approach. Traditional wellness strategies such as getting adequate sleep and easing up on sugary foods are very helpful, but you'll also find aspects of the wellness field that deal with emotional factors such as acceptance of your body. Body positivity is one such aspect, but it's come under fire lately for some distinct disadvantages.

Why Have Surgery on a Herniated Disc?

While some herniated discs fix themselves over time, some disc problems don't go away on their own. If you've had persistent problems, then your doctor might suggest that you have spine surgery to fix the disc. When is spine surgery an option and how does this procedure work? Why should you consider it? Why Might You Need Surgery on a Herniated Disc? A herniated disc is simply a disc that has slipped out of position and moved into your spinal area.