Tag Archives: sleep

Long COVID Recovery: Take back control of your wellbeing

As a health and learning coach I am putting out there some opportunities to improve Long-Covid. There are many complimentary tools that people can try out for themselves at little or no cost. People have different symptoms so one technique … Continue reading

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Webinar on Wed 27.4.21 at the Bell House

Before Covid I was talking about the importance of sleep-breathing-calm for Neurodivergent students. Now the focus is on emotional wellbeing for everyone, these skills are even more valuable. I am running a webinar for The Bell House on Wednesday, just … Continue reading

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Find out about the importance of sleep and how you can help your child to get a good night’s rest.

On Monday 8th Feb, Olive Hickmott will be talking about sleep, neurodiversity and why it’s so important to help your child to get a good night’s rest. This event has been organised by Flying Start Tuition. Get your tickets to … Continue reading

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Empowering Health: Sleep-Breathe-Ground

Could Covid-19 have changed our attitude to health? Government asked us; no, forced us to take more responsibility for our health; to change our long-held beliefs that we can rely on someone else to fix us when we are sick. … Continue reading

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Updates: Covid-19 and your immune system

“Are you worried about the panic surrounding Covid-19?” I was. As a health and learning coach, I don’t disagree with the messages about public health, but there’s angles here that are being overlooked. I first posted about your immune system … Continue reading

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Neurodivergent Wednesday – Sleep – a Vital Skill for Well-being

Listen to the brief recording Sleeping is so often a challenge and maybe you have tried all the usual things for you and your child. But what do you know about sleep cycles, how to stay asleep all night and … Continue reading

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Mouth breathing and ADHD

Recently I did a free teleseminar comparing the benefits of nose breathing to mouth breathing. I have had a very positive response from lots of mouth breathers, saying things like “nose breathing calms me down”, “nose breathing makes a huge difference … Continue reading

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