Stress Management

IDENTIFY SOURCES, SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF STRESS,

& LEARN TO REDUCE AND REVERSE THE EFFECTS…

 When left untamed, stress can create havoc in our lives – affecting the way we feel physically, mentally and emotionally.  If we don’t learn to manage our stress it can become chronic, slowly wearing away at us until we feel unable to cope.

The problem most of us have when trying to identify the signs and symptoms of stress is that we don’t make the connection. This is because chronic stress tends to be additive and cumulative, meaning the signs and symptoms have come upon us gradually. Over time we come to accept the feelings as normal, we don’t address them and therefore they build up.

It can take some investigating to get to the source of the problem (often there are many), but once we have identified the source(s), solutions become clear.

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I work with my clients to help them identify causes, signs and symptoms, and then to develop strategies for effective change.  Once changes have been implemented, the weight begins to lift and they feel empowered again.  They are equipped with effective tools to help in the face of future challenges and they can move forward fearlessly.

It is important to realise that the feelings that long term stress create are not ‘normal’ and that it IS possible live a healthier and happier life. It is within your power to achieve this, by simply identifying imbalances and committing to making the necessary changes to restore balance.

Call 0400 922 280 to book a FREE consultation or enquire HERE.

“When a person lack steadiness and is unable to control his mind, his senses are like wild horses, but the mind, like horses, can be trained”.  (Katha Upanishad)

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