Book Review: Sleep Smarter

Sleep Smarter by Shawn Stevenson Review by Karen Moulton Book is available to borrow from the library Sleep is an essential part for the function of your mind and body, however many of us struggle to get the right amount and quality of sleep our body requires. In the...

Book Review: The Choice

Written by Edith Eger This book had been recommended, so when it came into the library I was super excited to take it home for a read. We have a choice when faced with our illness… to be closed or to be curious. What can we do today to support ourselves and improve...

Book Review: Nurturing resilience

  by Kathy L. Kain, PhD and Stephen J. Terrell, PsyD This is a fantastic read if you are interested in how trauma can affect our psychology and physiology. The authors detail how early childhood trauma can be stored in the body and create chronic illness. A broad...

Book Review: Molecules of Emotion

“Why you feel the way you feel” Candace B. Pert, PH.D. Candace Pert was the neuroscientist who first discovered the Opiate Receptor in the brain and unlocked our understanding of the neurotransmitters which are the chemical basis for feels and emotions in...

Book Review: The brain that changes itself

Written by Norman Doidge, M.D. “Stories of personal triumph from the frontiers of brain science”. Over the years I have been interested in the science of brain plasticity and the ability of the human brain, at any age, to learn and grow new neural. We meet...