Stress and anxiety is a normal reaction to the many demands, frustrations and responsibilities of modern life, and in small doses it can increase motivation and performance. But all too often, stress and anxiety becomes a way of life: you may find yourself feeling anxious all the time, you may develop a phobia, or feel at an all-time low. This is when stress stops being helpful and can cause major damage to your emotional, mental and physical health, impacting on your relationships at home, work or school and affecting your overall quality of life.
Indeed, stress symptoms can affect your body, your thoughts and feelings, and your behaviour. Being able to recognize common stress symptoms is the first step towards managing them. Stress that’s left unchecked can contribute to health problems, such as high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity and diabetes. We all react to stress in different ways, but there are some common symptoms, including:
- Feeling frequently emotional
- Difficulty sleeping and feeling constantly tired
- Losing interest in things
- Feeling sad, down or depressed
- Racing heart
- Constant worrying/feelings of stress, anxiety or panic
- Blurred vision
- Feeling like you are going mad/not with it
- Feelings of hopelessness
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, we can help you to redress the balance, giving you the tools to take back control of your life and restore peace, calm and health to your body and mind.
Using a combination of techniques including NLP, Timeline Therapy, Mindfulness and meditation and fitness and nutrition coaching, we will develop a programme that specifically addresses your individual difficulties and objectives.
“This is a massive thanks to you for helping me overcome my problem. I have tried for years and years through various methods without success and your approach has helped enormously. You are a true inspiration and an ‘Angel on Earth’. I can’t thank you enough! L Presho :):):) xxx
Call us for a chat about how we can help you overcome your problems and return to a happy, healthy you!