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SEVERE STRESS CAN TRIGGER COELIAC DISEASE

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Coeliac Disease, also known as Gluten Sensitive Enteropathy or Sprue, is an immune reaction to gluten which is a protein found in wheat, barley and rye.

FROZEN SHOULDER

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Frozen shoulder, also known as Adhesive Capsulitis which means sticky shoulder describes this condition accurately it occurs in about 5% of the population. More common in women than men, most ladies in the beginning of the condition may find it hard to reach the clasp of their brassier, back pockets, worse at night and when lying on the affected side can be excruciating and affect sleep.

WHAT’S CAUSING MY ACHES AND PAINS?

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Body aches and pains are an everyday part of life for all human beings. There are many causes and reasons and usually there is an innocent explanation for it. But if the pain continues for a long time and starts affecting your life then it’s time to try and find out the underlying reason.

BLOATING

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Bloating is when your tummy is puffy, feels stretched and uncomfortable due to temporary abdominal distension.

Christmas tree and other holiday allergies

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Sales of antihistamines and boxes of tissues go up in winter but especially during the holidays. Here are some of the causes of the spike in allergies: Food – during winter holidays people eat out, with lots of seasonal and unusual foods, and parties where you may not know the ingredients of the foods you are consuming, ending with some unpleasant allergic reaction. Alcohol may affect judgment, and you may forget to check the ingredients to which you are allergic.

Bloating — what causes it and how natural therapies can help

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Bloating is when your tummy is puffy, feels stretched and uncomfortable due to temporary abdominal distension. Common causes are overeating, eating too fast, swallowing food too quickly, talking while eating and swallowing air, certain foods which can cause gas such as beans, lentils, cabbage, cauliflower, and drinking too many fizzy drinks.

Dr Bhatti, his new clinic, and his new and exciting complementary therapies!

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The Clinic of Complementary and Natural Medicine was established in 1989 by Dr Bhatti, who is a qualified medical doctor. He has a diploma in child health from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in Ireland and has worked for several years in different branches of medicine, surgery, paediatrics, orthopaedics, geriatrics, geriatric psychiatry, dermatology (skin), and psychiatry in Galway’s main hospitals, UHG, Merlin Park Hospital, St Brigid’s Hospital, and Portiuncula Hospital.

Dr Bhatti, his new clinic, and his new and exciting complementary therapies

The Clinic of Complementary and Natural Medicine was established in 1989 by Dr Bhatti, who is a qualified medical doctor. He has a diploma in child health from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in Ireland and has worked for several years in different branches of medicine, surgery, paediatrics, orthopaedics, geriatrics, geriatric psychiatry, dermatology (skin), and psychiatry in Galway’s main hospitals, UHG, Merlin Park Hospital, St Brigid’s Hospital, and Portiuncula Hospital.

Dr Bhatti's clinic announces new and exciting complementary therapies

The Clinic of Complementary and Natural Medicine was established by Dr Bhatti in 1989. Dr Bhatti is a medically qualified medical doctor and a medical naturopath. He has a diploma in child health from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in Ireland and has worked for several years in different branches of medicine, surgery, paediatrics, orthopaedics, geriatrics, geriatric psychiatry, dermatology, and psychiatry in Galway’s main hospitals — UHG, Merlin Park Hospital, St Brigid’s Hospital, and Portiuncula Hospital.

Dr Bhatti’s gut health and restoration clinic

Dr Bhatti runs a complementary clinic specialising in gut health and restoration. He has been practising natural gut health restoration for more than 25 years with excellent results.

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