Sleep is an important part of life for growth and repair of muscles and mental recovery. However, it is widely accepted that the amount of time we spend asleep is reducing, with 40% of the UK population missing the NHS guidelines of 6-9hrs a night.
IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) affects approximately 20% of the population at some time in their life and symptoms can include abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhoea, constipation, gas and mucus in stool. Simple dietary changes can often be beneficial.
It is evident that exercise is good for us, especially as we get older. Yet people still come to our clinic feeling that they are unable to exercise due to pain in relation to arthritis. However, physiotherapy treatment can help.
Each blog article will include advice and insight to improve health and wellbeing from one of our experts in the clinic at Nuffield Health Farnham. This post is by Physiologist and Clinic Manager Jason, who explains the compression of morbidity theory.