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Hastings Sussex Nutritional therapist naturopath IBS chronic illness nutrition Functional Medicine

Hastings Sussex Nutritional therapist naturopath IBS chronic illness nutrition Functional Medicine

The Wellington Health and Wellbeing Centre

44 Wellington Square

Hastings

East Sussex

TN34 1PN

The Open Door 

32 Church Twitten

High Street

Lewes

BN7 2LU

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Telephone: +44 7468 326395

Email: al@alexandrafalconer.com

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CONDITIONS

The symptoms that you come in with, the lifestyle you lead and the food you eat will lead me to your individual solution. Even someone with identical symptoms to you may need a different course of action. That’s because your unique history and make-up means your condition is one of a kind. Your path to health will be too.

Gut Health:

Diarrhoea | constipation | IBS | IBD | GERD | SIBO | indigestion nausea | bloating

IBS symptoms are one of the most common reasons for a GP visit, and a GP should always be your first port of call. However, doctors can’t always fully explore the reason you have diarrhoea, constipation, bloating or pain – and you get a diagnosis of IBS.

Many body systems are involved in these conditions. The digestive system, the nervous system, immune system and musculo-skeletal system all play a part in the development and course of CFS and Fibromyalgia.

Autoimmmune diseases:

Celiac disease | Endometriosis | Hashimoto’s thyroiditis Lupus | Lyme disease | Rheumatoid Arthritis  

Multiple Sclerosis | Type 1 Diabetes | Vitiligo

The list of autoimmune conditions is huge, and continues to grow. There is no quick fix, but by finding and addressing the underlying problems in your immune system, you can gain some control.

If you struggle with losing weight or sticking to a diet, you’re probably sick of being told that eating less and moving more is all you need to do. If only it was that simple.

Mental health

Anxiety and depression are two of the most common mental health issues in our society, with anxiety disorders affecting approximately 18% of adults. Anxiety and depression are not the same, but they are often experienced together as a complex set of emotional and functional changes.