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Dr. Binks Blog

Dr Binks SELF HELP: How to Improve Your Sleep

Posted on April 30, 2012 by admin

In recent years we have become very aware that as a society we simply do not get enough good quality sleep. We have also found links to sleep difficulty and obesity, chronic pain and a number of other health conditions. On average we get around 5 to 7 hours per night. Not everyone needs 8

4 Simple Steps to Start Improving Your Mood

Posted on April 21, 2012 by admin

I thought it would be helpful to share a little piece of my program for managing negative mood. This is from my SELF HELP section on www.DrBinks.com where you will find other related information – including Part II in the series. What we have tried to do is to take some of the long-standing principles


Posted on April 4, 2012 by admin

Like it or not, we are all emotional eaters to some extent. No I am not just talking about sitting down with a bowl of ice cream to help forget the latest break-up. I am talking about the all encompassing role that food plays in our emotional life. Links between food and emotions are a

Improving Self-Awareness and Reducing Stress Using Mindfulness Techniques

Posted on February 27, 2012 by admin

Today I am presenting a clinical technique that you can use to improve your health. It’s called mindfulness (though I prefer the word self-awareness). The word mindfulness is thrown around a great deal by therapists and health gurus of many descriptions. Unfortunately this simple and valuable technique for achieving improved self-awareness often gets lost in