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I can’t personally work with everyone but this way I can make a different to as many people’s lives as possible. It’s worth popping back from time to time as I will be adding more free stuff to help you feel good now. If there is anything that you can think of that you’d like, please do drop me a line through social media or via my contact me page.

Journal – Life Empowerment
Download a printable journal that helps you improve how you feel through keeping a journal, making small steps forward and looking to the future.

Journal – Pain Management
Download a printable journal that will help you monitor your pain and become more aware of how to manage it more effectively.

Know yourself – Balance your heart & mind
Complete my questionnaire and receive a printable report to show where you need the most support after your event. It will also show you where you are doing great too.

How to – Manage your feelings after a heart attack
Download 13 tips to help you recover emotionally after a cardiac event.

How to – Reduce your anxiety and stress
Download 9 ways to reduce anxiety in less than 9 minutes.

How to – Reduce your pain and discomfort
Download 7 easy ways to reduce pain and discomfort without medication.

Top tips – Sleep easy
My information sheet to help you relax and sleep easy.

Audio download – Guided relaxation – cloud & staircase
A twenty minute break to drift off and relax, take time out for yourself and let any tension float away. Get yourself comfortable in a chair at a time when you won’t be disturbed. Turn off the phone, place your feet flat on the floor and your hands loosely in your lap. Close your eyes and r … e … l … a … x.

Cheat Sheet – Cardiovascular medical abbreviations
Confused by the terms and acronyms  associated with a cardiac event? I know I was, I hope you find this list helpful.

Cheat sheet – Common cardiac medication
Following a cardiac event you may be prescribed some or all of these medications to reduce your risk of having another cardiac event. This is called secondary prevention medication.

Read and share my blog posts
I’d love it if you would comment and leave feedback, it would really make my day if you shared them too.

Feel Good Now!
Like my Facebook page. It’s for anyone and everyone that wants to feel good now.

@How2FeelGoodNow
Join me on Twitter. As with my facebook page it’s all about feeling good now.

Are you interesting in reading my survey of other cardiac event survivors?

Healthy heart and healing head survey – December 2016. The results of a survey to identify what are the most important things and the best way that I could support people in my community who have experienced a cardiac event as a therapist.

Are interested in taking part in surveys?

If you would like to tell me about your experience of rehabilitation after your cardiac event and help shape the support I offer. I’d love to include you in my results, it should only take 6 minutes of your time.

I am interested in raising heart attack awareness and publishing self help articles in the media. I would be interested to find out your biggest challenge, what papers and magazines you read, which radio stations you listen to and what social media you use. Again this should only take about 6 minutes of your time.