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bmy understanding and addressing issues holistically

By considering the mind-body connection, we find different and complementary paths that lead towards greater ease.

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With more than one billion people affected worldwide, migraines are a prevalent health issue and considered a leading cause of disability, impacting people’s work productivity, engagement with their family and overall quality of life. Reports show that women are 3 times more likely to have migraines than are men.

STATISTICS:1 Billion Affected by migraines worldwide.2 nd Leading cause of disability and disruption3 Times More likely in women than in men

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Anxiety disorders are some of the most common mental health disorders people struggle with. Over the past few decades, anxiety disorders have been on the rise increasing by more than 55% since 1990 and it is estimated that 4.05% of the entire global population has an anxiety disorder.

STATISTICS:55% Increase since 19904.05% Of Global Population Effected

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Depression is a major health concern globally. The World Health Organization identified depression as a leading cause of disability worldwide with 5% of adults suffering from depression.

STATISTICS:5% Adults suffer from Depression50% More common among women than men10% Of pregnant Women or postnatal experience depression

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Digestive disorders have grown more and more common in modern-day living, for various reasons. And while digestive disorders are experienced physically in the abdominal viscera, mainly the gut tube - stomach sac, liver, pancreas, spleen, small intestines, and colon – diseased condition of the gut can also create a lot of discomforts and impact on people’s mental health, relationships, capacity to sleep, capacity to concentrate, and overall engagement with everyday life.

STATISTICS:23% Of the global population struggles with IBSStudy shows 60% of IBS patients are more likely to be diagnosed with MigrainesUp to 94% Have anxiety or depression

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Fibromyalgia is a complex chronic condition that affects the muscles and the joints, impacting people’s functioning and quality of life. Data indicates that 1 in 20 people are affected by Fibromyalgia globally and women are about 7 times more likely to develop it than men (, 2023). That being said, the impact on both men and women is significant.

STATISTICS:1 in 20 Globally Affected7 Times more likely in Women than in Men36% Quality of sleep improved by Craniosacral Therapy

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