Tag Archives: Therapy

Web therapy ‘calmed my irritable bowels’

Bespoke web or phone-based psychological therapy should be offered to people with severe irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), researchers say. Their work, published in the journal Gut, shows cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) could reduce symptoms – even when not delivered face-to-face. England’s health watchdog already recommends face-to-face CBT for people who have IBS, despite other treatment.… Read More »

Hormone Replacement Therapy for Men: Types & More

Hormone Replacement Therapy: Definition When we talk about hormone replacement therapy (HRT) in men, we’re talking about testosterone. A small amount of testosterone is produced in the adrenal glands, but for men the majority of testosterone is produced in the testicles. Testosterone has both physical and psychological benefits.1 Physically, the hormone has several functions for… Read More »

Mindfulness and running – the therapy that could change your life

Do you ever feel calm and relaxed after a run? Psychotherapist and mindfulness expert, William Pullen explains how ‘mindfulness running’ can be an effective form of therapy  I decided it was time I became a runner. I came across ‘Run Regents Park’ for Macmillan Cancer Support. Then it came to me, I’ll train for the next 5 weeks and… Read More »