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Helpful therapy articles about stress

Fay Victoria  Durrant

Return to the Breath

Posted by Fay Victoria  Durrant

111 Days Ago


  Return to the Breath (the foundation of wellness and the secret tool against stress and overwhelm)   So many of us seem to have lost the ability to breathe deeply. It is something I have noticed over and over in clinics and classes. When I'm teaching or with regular clients in the therapy room I have a chance to... [read more]

Nicola Stewart

Stress: What it is and what you can do about it

Posted by Nicola Stewart

117 Days Ago


Stress: What it is and what you can do about it      Do you find it hard to concentrate, struggle to make simple decisions, worry more than usual, feel ‘down’, or over-anxious, feel tired but can’t sleep you may be suffering from Stress.   What is Stress?   Stress is what happens to the body when the level of pressure it is feeling goes... [read more]

Debbie Stanton

Hypnotherapy explained in a nutshell

Posted by Debbie Stanton

140 Days Ago


Hypnotherapy has been practiced for a long time and used for anything from eliminating bad habits to relieving stress, pain, fear and anxiety. Hypnotherapy can change our minds to accept new, healthier habits or preferred responses by placing positive suggestions deep into the subconscious parts of our brains. Once out of trance, the subconscious then sends... [read more]

Sean Attwood

What are Trapped Emotions and Why You Want to Release Them

Posted by Sean Attwood

497 Days Ago


Life is full of positive and negative emotional experiences.  From the time we were born, and even before then, our beings experienced emotions and the energies and chemical/hormonal responses they produced. As babies and small children, we usually process the emotion completely, even the negative ones like anger, anxiety, or guilt by crying, screaming or... [read more]

Sean Attwood

4 Steps to Reduce Stress Now

Posted by Sean Attwood

552 Days Ago


4 Steps to Reduce Stress Now   Sit down and get comfortable  Touch your heart and hold your that touch Close your eyes and visualise that with every breathe in energy moves from your heart to your mind and every breath out sends that energy back Continue this pattern for about 3mins or until your mind is clear.    This is a great... [read more]

Nina Johnson-Campbell

Stress Management through Emotional Intelligence (E.I)

Posted by Nina Johnson-Campbell

570 Days Ago


What exactly is Stress? Stress is a necessary, innate/natural part of our survival instinct and physiological make up; it motivates us to take action to keep us safe or to keep reaching just that bit further to achieve our dreams and aspirations; it’s the ‘fuel’ that propels us. Stress only becomes a problem when the physiological and physical... [read more]

Beverley Gibbs

Is exercise causing distress for your gut?

Posted by Beverley Gibbs

641 Days Ago


Digestive Health We all like to feel the fitness and health benefits that exercise brings, but for some of us there are unwelcome side effects. The digestive system has to put up with a lot of disruption when we exercise (think of all that pounding up and down when running, being bent over when cycling, or swallowing... [read more]

Hayley Kiemel

Is Stress Making You Sick?

Posted by Hayley Kiemel

1166 Days Ago


The fact is a small amount of stress is good for us. It helps to motivate and focus us on achieving a goal or target. The problem is, we were never designed for chronic stress. Actually, we evolved to use the stress response to survive. The thing is we no longer live in caves and we... [read more]

Margareta James

Are schoolchildren under too much pressure? The Duchess of Cambridge shares our views on children's mental health issues.

Posted by Margareta James

1172 Days Ago


Doing well at school is a worry all youngsters have to contend with – but are schoolchildren in Cambridge more stressed than we thought? It could be so, after it emerged children as young as 6 are now being treated for stress by professionals, with the pressure of taking school tests cited as one of the... [read more]

Veronica  Grigore

Distress understood as high intense negative emotions

Posted by Veronica  Grigore

1270 Days Ago


It is well known that when in distress we can not retain information and that our ability to learn, reflect and make sensible decisions is impaired. Distress is a complex phenomenon that hijacks a whole bunch of psychological processes, from attention and memory to interpretation and expectation. This is an important topic not only for the ones... [read more]


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