Tag Archives: Therapy

Therapy Issues for Men

Certainly, a lot of men can have problems talking about their feelings, and some men do have macho hang-ups about admitting to mental health problems. However, these aren’t the only, or even the most important reasons why men can be reluctant to seek help. For one thing, men tend to be more sceptical than women… Read More »

Cold Water Therapy

Our muscle tear and tear when we exercise. They swell up and then they swell down and harden as they heal. Cold water is a contributor to the healing process. If you have a pool go sit in it for about a half hour after working out. Move your body around in it. Move your… Read More »

Route to Happiness Through Therapy

Short and Medium Term Actions To make dreams reality, we have to be willing to take action. This usually involves stepping out of your usual routine and therefore involves an element of change. Change can be a challenge for many people and it comes with a degree of risk, however, you will need to embrace… Read More »

Minimum Effective Dose and Manual Therapy

The phrase minimum effective dose has become popularized by Tim Ferriss in his book The Four Hour Body (recommended read). Tim’s definition of the minimum effective dose is – the smallest dose that will produce the desired effect or outcome. I liken the phrase to a biohack, although the minimum effective dose must be effective… Read More »