Improve my sleep

Improve my sleep

May 30, 2018
The purchase of my new Fitbit, has got me looking into my sleep patterns again, looking at how I can improve my sleep.  Sleep, has to be one of the most under-rated healing practice’s we can undertake. Prior to having a stroke in 2013, I had little idea how sleep...
Spoon Theory living with chronic fatigue

Spoon Theory living with chronic fatigue

February 22, 2018
I had a discussion on my Eat On Warfarin, Face Book page last week.   A story was mentioned that I had not heard for a while.  It is a simple and brilliant theory which explains what it is like living with sickness and chronic fatigue.  This is The Spoon Theory by...
How to Take A Nap

How to Take A Nap

How many times have you been so tired during the day you wished you could take a Nap?  Do you work through it or do you give in and grab a snooze?  There are many forms of napping.  This article shows that you can learn ways to nap that benefit you and probably...
At risk of DVT? – you can still enjoy travel!

At risk of DVT? – you can still enjoy travel!

Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) is caused by blood clots forming, normally in the larger veins of the leg. During daily activity, our calf muscles contract as we move around. This helps to keep our blood flowing and works to prevent clots from forming. Regular activity is...
3 Quick Tips from Cath

3 Quick Tips from Cath

TIP 1 – Watch Your pH. Warfarin is an acidic medication so you should aim to include plenty of alkaline forming food and drinks in your diet to balance your pH. Alkaline forming foods are things that we eat which will cause our cells to produce alkaline in the blood...
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