Over  70% of GP consultations are about stress-related symptoms, and most people don’t know the best way to combat it.

Most people feel stress at some level every day and in some ways its important that we do as it enables you to cope with life’s daily problems in a positive way. Of course there will be some days that are more stressful than others, and some days when you require that little bit of extra support, perhaps from family or friends.

AT reverses the stress response in the body (“fight or flight”), which comes when we are being threatened, or in danger of bodily harm e.g.

  • Heightened awareness
  • Dilated pupils
  • Increased heart rate
  • Adrenalin secreted into the system

Stress can lead to conditions such as high blood pressure, anxiety, tension, irritability, pain and headaches.

It’s when stress builds up, become unrelenting or even overwhelming that it can start to affect your physical and emotional health and well-being, and it’s at this point that action needs to be taken.

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