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Participant places for the recent research study: REST floatation therapy for fibromyalgia treatment, undertaken in Melbourne have been filled.
Participants in the previous Swedish study reported “a decrease in pain, muscle tension, stress and anxiety, and improved mood, well-being and even better quality of sleep,” and this follow-up research was designed to test these claims in Australia.
Fibromyalgia does not seem to respond well to other treatments so, says Lena Yammine, Inner Outer Health director, “I was excited for our clinic to participate in this historic and potentially life-changing research program.”
Inner Outer Health (IOH) is a Melbourne-based floatation therapy private centre, which started enrolling Australian fibromyalgia sufferers early in 2016.
Fibromyalgia is a complicated and often misunderstood disorder that causes pain and tenderness throughout the body and floatation therapy promises many positive health outcomes to sufferers. IOH participated in the research to test the claims of previous international research on a Melbourne population.
In 2010, Dr. Roderick Borrie helped organise floatation centres in five countries and showed an alternative treatment option to help fibromyalgia sufferers manage and reduce pain without drugs.
The current study was designed to explore longer-term possibilities for fibromyalgia patients in Melbourne, Australia. “Unfortunately, the numbers were filled,” says Lena, “and now we’re awaiting the results of the study, which may be presented at the 2016 Float Conference in August.”
IOH wants to thank all participants for taking part in this important research.
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Choosing a fun, different, unique, special Mother’s Day gift can be tricky.
Some opt for a ‘mummy makeover’ package or other cosmetics, which may sound like a great gift idea but, the sad reality it could be taken the wrong way.
Suggesting, “let’s fix your tired-looking body” might not be a thoughtful way to kick start Mother’s Day! While some mums may crave to lift up or tighten their figure, it may be something they want to keep to themselves.
Of course, not every woman wants to look like Elle Macpherson or Kim Kardashian posing for the perfect selfie. Every mum has the right to treat her body however she likes without being judged, especially on Mother’s Day.
Mums always run ragged doing all the superhero stuff that makes them, well, awesome. The least you could do is help your mum to jump off the treadmill of constant worrying and multi-tasking and take a well-deserved break.
Have you considered giving your mum
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