is a particularly disabling condition where the sufferer feels that either themself or their immediate surrounding is in a constant state of motion. The most common symptom is a feeling of spinning or that the ground is tilting.


Muscle Stiffness


typically occurs after increased activity when muscle fibres are stretched beyond their usual limits and cause restricted movement. Muscle stiffness can be from under-oxygenation and build up of lactic acid in the muscle tissue leading to cramps. Muscle stiffness can also be an indicator of other problems, such as flu, viral infection or an immune system deficiency.

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is the name given to a group of unpleasant symptoms experienced after eating. Complementary health care looks at your relationship with food, diet, possible food sensitivities, how you feel about nourishing yourself and what else in your life you find 'difficult to stomach'.

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