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STRESS ... High blood pressure, tension, sleepless nights, worry...

It can be all a  bit overwhelming. Perhaps it has been so long since you last felt relaxed that you can’t even remember how it feels.

You are not alone. Stress can not be avoided, and we all are impacted by stress but how you deal with it makes a whole world of difference.

Knowledge is power. The more you know about stress, the better you can make decisions that lead to positive changes, better health and well-being.

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But where do you go to relax and what does it even mean? 
Don’t hesitate to ask me anything you want to know about stress and how to reduce its impact on your life and your health. I’m always happy to answer your questions.
Are You Becoming a Boiled Frog?

Do you know the story of a Boiled Frog?

The urban myth states that if you put a frog in a pot of boiling water, it will instantly leap out. But if you put it in a pot filled with pleasantly warm water and gradually heat it, the frog will remain in the water and continue swimming without noticing what was happening. The water became hotter and hotter ... and the frog could not detect the gradual increase in temperature until it was too late.

Even though the frog was being boiled, it never tried escaping from certain death. It never even noticed the precarious situation it was in.

We tend to accept things that creep up on us slowly but steadily, even when they take control of our lives. But one day, we wake up and find ourselves in boiling water...

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Unfortunately, There is a Strong Chance You are Like Those Frogs

Every day we are subjected to stress in the forms of manufactured pollution and toxins, unhealthy diets, emotional and mental pressures of work, family issues, paying the bills ... as well as not getting nearly enough exercise, sunlight, or laughter.

Slowly throughout your lifetime, your nervous system has become so accustomed to your unnatural and unhealthy choices that you don’t even realise they are killing you, one degree at a time. When you finally realise something is wrong, the downward spiral has sometimes gone on for decades.

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Only the lucky ones get symptoms in the early stage, and many individuals will either ignore the symptoms or mask them with drugs.
Did you know the first sign of heart disease, more than 50 percent of the time, is a heart attack? And that fifty percent of heart attack victims die instantly?
Are You Willing To Play with Those Kinds of Odds?
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Heart disease, stroke, diabetes, cancer, arthritis and even tooth decay are all processes that occur over time due to unhealthy lifestyles.

If there was a way to assess where you are currently and where you are heading, wouldn’t you want to find out if you are “being boiled” before it is too late?

We are like those boiling frogs, sitting in a pot of water that is slowly killing us, and we never do anything to stop it. What’s worse is that someone else committed the frogs to their untimely demise, but sadly we continue to do this to ourselves with poor lifestyle choices, day after day.

Fortunately, your body has a fantastic capacity for self-healing. You can turn things around and start a positive, healthy spiral upward, even in the face of a deadly disease.

This is what you should know about stress

The number of people who suffer from Anxiety, Stress, Panic Attacks and PTSD is on the rise, and the issue is more common than we might think.

Why is this?

Simply put, we cannot avoid stressful situations in our lives, but we can learn how to manage them in a positive way. Stress is present in our lives as we adjust to our continually changing environment and circumstances. It has physical and emotional effects and can create positive or negative feelings. A positive and healthy dose of stress can prompt us into action and create excitement in our lives. However, when stress reaches a level of discomfort, it can result in a range of negative feelings such as anger, low mood or even depression. These, in turn, can lead to physical and mental health problems.

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Symptoms of Stress
Take action Now.
Don’t be the boiling frog!
You are in the driving seat, not the stress, and you steer your life in any direction you want. Imagine walking down the path, and suddenly, the path splits into two, one on the left and one on the right. The path on the left seems dark, narrow and challenging to navigate. The path on the right is bright and wide, and colourful. Which path will you choose? 
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Your New Path


You don't need any more stress or overwhelm, so I want to make it as easy as ABC.

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A- Activate Your Free Consultation

It’s your opportunity to ask questions and learn how to take control of your stress and relax again.


B - Book Your First Appointment

We agree on the number of sessions and book your first appointment. 


C - Change Your Life

Our work together begins to create long-lasting changes in your life.

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Don't want to go alone?

Interested in a Group Programme?

Why not gather your friends and sign up together?

This could be just the thing for you!

Discover how to lift the weight off your shoulders and be free from constant worry and stress.


4-Week Stress Management Group Programme

Ease the tension and let the Stress Management Programme show you how to lessen stress, stop troublesome thoughts and enjoy each day with greater calmness and satisfaction.

We are surrounded by stress ...from deadlines to multitasking ...from a frozen computer to a frustrating commute...from finances to health….

Stress Management is, quite literally, a calming influence. You’ll learn how to relieve escalating stress, release tension and anxiety, and take back control over your life.

The Next Group Session is coming soon.
Register your interest Today.
Don't ignore the signs of stress.
The likelihood is that it will only get worse if nothing changes. Whether it is an individual plan or a group programme, get in touch and let's chat, it’s free but perhaps can change your life.
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