Entries by karen karen

Tinnitus: Ringing in the Brain

Many people have found relief from tinnitus through craniosacral therapy (CST). The following Ted talk provides new information drawn from functional MRI brain scans that illustrate what is happening in the brains of tinnitus sufferers. This information helps us to better understand the various ways in which CST may help, including its ability to profoundly […]

Tips on getting better sleep

When you are awake, how you feel can be due to the quality of sleep you get. This well-written article has lots of tips on helping you maintain rhythm with your body’s natural clock, information on light exposure which can affect your sleep. We all know we are what we eat – so read on for […]

Viral Meningitis Project

The Craniosacral Therapy Association is delighted to have used its 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon place to raise funds for a CSTA-led project, in association with Meningitis Now, on the impact of Craniosacral Therapy in helping to ease the after-effects of viral meningitis. The project launched during Viral Meningitis Awareness Week, which was the first week of May. Common […]

Crying Baby?

As parents, anticipating the birth of our baby, we are full of excitement and look forward to irreplaceable times cuddling and cooing with our newborn. For many, however, the reality of the early days with a baby can be very different.  Many babies cry distressingly from pain and discomfort caused by common problems often related […]

Make a commitment to Managing Your Stress

I came across these statistics today: Mixed anxiety and depression is the most common mental disorder in Britain, with 7.8% of people meeting criteria for diagnosis.1 4-10% of people in England will experience depression in their lifetime.2 Mixed anxiety and depression has been estimated to cause one fifth of days lost from work in Britain.4 One adult in six had a common mental disorder.5 Source […]