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Your Anxiety Is Killing Your Appetite

Your Anxiety Is Killing Your Appetite

“It is an unpleasant feeling; I want to get rid of it!”— These are often the only words people can express when asked to describe their anxiety. However, anxiety is an emotion that occurs very frequently and it may strongly affect eating behavior. It is not the same as fear, which is an appropriate response […]

14th May 2015 | By More
Exercise and Stress: Get moving to manage stress

Exercise and Stress: Get moving to manage stress

Exercise in almost any form can act as a stress reliever. Being active can boost your feel-good endorphins and distract you from daily worries. You know that exercise does your body good, but you’re too busy and stressed to fit it into your routine. Hold on a second — there’s good news when it comes to […]

30th April 2015 | By More
Trauma Release Exercise

Trauma Release Exercise

Not One for Counselling? Do TRE! Divorce increases the normal stress of everyday life and the body tends to contract muscles as a coping mechanism, which manifest in aches, pains and even illness. Practicing Trauma Release Exercises (TRE) can prevent these chronic conditions and relieve the acute discomfort caused by trauma. This revolutionary body-centered method […]

19th April 2015 | By More
10 Superfoods for Stress Relief

10 Superfoods for Stress Relief

Learning to control our stress by employing stress management techniques and adopting foods in our diet for optimal stress and anxiety reduction, can improve our overall health and wellness.  These small lifestyle adjustments can make a big difference. . Asparagus This green veggie is high in folic acid, which can help stabilize your mood. When […]

20th March 2015 | By More
Effects of stress on your body

Effects of stress on your body

The physical effects of stress can be bad for your health, if you are not aware of the symptoms and manage it properly. Brain: In response to perceived danger, the hypothalamus places an order for stress hormones. Stress triggers the “fight or flight” response that can save you from danger. Prolonged stress can interfere with […]

18th March 2015 | By More