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Jan 11, 2022

Habits & Health episode 48 with Emily Bland, a Clinical Exercise Physiologist treating patients with OI, POTS, CFS/ME, persistent pain, Fibromyalgia and hEDS. She specialises in education and energy management for patients with these health conditions, in order to help them stabilise and manage their symptoms.

She specialised in this area because of her passion for helping people and also because she lives with POTS, CFS/ME and Endometriosis.

We discuss awareness some of these conditions, on things people suffering can get relief, sources to find out more and many other areas.
Website: (coming soon)
Resources mentioned by Emily:
Article on spoons mentioned by Emily
I’m a “Spoonie.” Here’s What I Wish More People Knew About Chronic Illness
Recommended book:
Explain Pain
David Butler, G. Lorimer Moseley -
Mark Manson: “The subtle art of not giving a F$&k: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life” -
Favourite quotes:
“Chronic illness isn’t about missing out, it’s about living life a little differently”
“Doing nothing often leads to the very best of something”
Winnie The Pooh
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