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Press Release #HealthRoadShow July 2017

Discover How to Master Your Health & Lifestyle with our Health Road Show around Ireland

Free Health Talks Nationwide 23-29 July 2017

Westport, Co Mayo – 13 July 2017.  KinesiologyZone is delighted to announce that it will be hosting a nationwide Health Road Show.  This six-day event is open to members of the public who can discover how to master their health and lifestyle using our fully integrated natural health care solution.

Chronic health issues are on the rise, and there’s a need to address these lifestyle related diseases to reduce the burden on the health care system.  Our KinesiologyZone community is working to reverse the health crisis.  KinesiologyZone is a fully integrated natural healthcare system that offers clients a tailor made solution specific to the client’s needs.

We are running a series of free talks in Westport, Ballybofey, Sligo, Tuam, Fermoy, New Ross, and Navan and a 4 hour Taster Event in Dun Laoghaire during the week of Sunday 23rd July to Saturday 29th July.  The talks will be given by local KinesiologyZone Course Leaders and graduate practitioners will give free treatments.  We will share our passion for Systematic Kinesiology, and give everyone the opportunity to discover how it could make a difference to their life.

At each venue, we will cover three key topics that can empower you to transform your health and reduce chronic fatigue, stress and overwhelm; improve digestion, and weight problems; as well as protect our health as we grow older.

  • There are 55,000 people living with dementia in Ireland today, and that number is set to double in the next 20 years.”
  • The total number of people living with diabetes in Ireland is estimated to be 225,840
  • Digestive Problems – It is estimated that 15% of the population will experience symptoms of IBS. The true prevalence of IBS in the whole population may be higher, as it is thought that only a quarter of IBS patients seek medical advice.

Siobhan Guthrie, Principal of TASK Ireland at KinesiologyZone says; “We believe everyone should have access to an integrated natural healthcare solution, that’s easy to use, tailored to each individual’s needs and empowers them to significantly enhance the quality of their lives.”

“One of our foundational principles is that we work from a lifestyle-focussed, holistic perspective.  Everything is connected and when we look at the body it, helps us to join the dots from a Mental, Chemical, Physical and Energetic Perspective.  Practitioner and client work together to uncover what is out of balance, clients gain a much greater understanding of how their body works and feel empowered to make lifestyle changes.  If we can find it, we can fix it is our “motto”.

 “At the heart of what we do here at KinesiologyZone is our willingness to serve others.  So we are taking health care on the road! 

The very first #HealthRoadShow will be starting off in Westport for our “official launch” on Sun 23rd July, 1pm to 4pm. JOIN US at any of our 7 venues by simply registering at www.KinesiologyZone.com/roadshow


The Academy of Systematic Kinesiology in Ireland, Roe Kilmeena, Westport, Co Mayo.

Siobhan Guthrie: 098 26579; 087 2719863   [email protected]

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10 days to Thrive – bed time – Day FOUR

Our 10 days to thrive challenge – Bedtime

Systematic Kinesiology 10 day challenge to thrive

 

 

Are you a bedtime procrastinator?

Do you fight with yourself to go to bed, and then struggle to get up in the morning?

Systematic Kinesiology Bedtime Procrastinator

Bedtime procrastination is failing to go to bed at the intended time.  Easy peasy right? Yes how many times have you not gone to bed when you said you would even though there was no outside influence or circumstances stopping you from doing so (only yourself)?   Bedtime procrastination is unique because usually people will procrastinate to put off something they find undesirable, sleep is not undesirable.  We enjoy it, we feel better after a good sleep.

It is not so much not wanting to sleep, but rather, not wanting to stop what you are doing.  You lose track of time looking at your smart phone, tablet, watching TV, or even doing chores, even though you will regret it in the morning.  I think it’s because as children we thought being sent to bed meant we were going to miss out on something.  Yet as adults we still rebel against being told what to do!

Sleep is very important for your body to recharge and heal itself.  People actually sleep better when they are well rested rather than when over tired.  Ever been so tired and yet frustratingly can’t get to sleep?  If you’re looking for the ideal time to turn the lights off, it’s 10.30pm.  This comes form Traditional Chinese Medicine.  Every meridian system which is connected to an internal organ has a two our window of focus time.  7am – 9am is stomach meridian time (which is when we “should” generally eat our breakfast).  11pm to 1am is our Triple Warmer focus time – which is connected to our Thyroid and Adrenals.  If you have ever experienced a “second wind” – you start to feel more energy late at night – that’s what we want to avoid.  Going to bed before 11am, so 10.30, will give your body the best opportunity to recharge and restore its energy.

Your happiness throughout the day and your energy levels are all related to the amount of sleep you get. Most adults need between 7 to 9 hours per night. Women actually need 1 hour extra than men.

Tips to get to bed on time Set yourself a time for bed to regulate your body clock

    1. Finish up on the internet at least an hour before bed
    2. Don’t wait until you feel tired and sleepy
    3. Have a bedtime routine (wind down to sleep time)
    4. Avoid alcohol and heavy food late in the evening
    5. Avoid over stimulating the brain with electronic screens (no phones in bed)
    6. If you can’t sleep, get up and leave the room then try again
    7. Daily exercise helps promote a better night’s sleep
    8. Make sure your bed and pillows are comfortable but supportive

 

Today’s challenge – maybe you’re not a bedtime procrastinator, but there’s something else you procrastinate over.  Make a commitment to yourself to go to bed early – make it a lovely ritual tonight.  Treat yourself to looking after you.

Look forward to hearing what you’re committing to over on the event page. Are you a bedtime procrastinator?

Join us over here: https://www.facebook.com/events/547394058759986/

 

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