Unfortunately, we cannot avoid stress but we can control how do we react during a stressful situation.


Stress can be manageable when you are:

  • relaxed

  • sleep better

  • think positively

  • confident

  • not on high alert


Sounds great, isn’t it? These are the exact outcomes of us working together to achieve your goals.


What are the effects of stress?

  • Sleep issues

  • Behaviour change

  • Loss of confidence

  • Anger

  • New coping habits  (smoking, alcohol, drugs, overeating)

  • Health issues: frequent cold, pain, inflammation, IBS, headaches, heart problems, blood sugar increase, hormone imbalance, fertility problems, OCD etc

  • Problems in a relationship: the male and female brain is wired differently when it comes to stress so it can cause misunderstandings

  • Loss of sex drive

  • The brain is constantly on flight or fight


What are the long term effects of stress?

  • When the brain is always on high alert, the hippocampus (the part where we keep our memories) shrinks so we can develop memory loss and other brain-related illnesses like Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Chronic stress and anxiety can lead to depression.

When your mental health is on the line your physical health will suffer as well, your immune system won’t cope.

We all know that a strong immune system is key during the current tough times.

Living in stress means living in survival mode, your focus narrows down. 

When you come for a session, besides taking care of your mental and physical health, you help your family, friends and co-workers as they can all benefit from a stress-free you.

Book a consultation to find out how we can work together to achieve a better balance and  inner resilience.