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Stress Management

Want to reap the every day and long-term mental, emotional and physical benefits of tackling detrimental stress?

I have a whole battery of tools to help bring your body-mind back into a place of peace and harmony.

Testing can show stress has affected you. Small sustainable changes will repair and offset future damage.

From stress releasing treatments to highly sophisticated remedies combined with the correct choice of nutrients. The right approach for you.

I look at how your strengths can become weaknesses and work against you and provide techniques to help you manage your personality.

All are crucial to a body and mind under stress, to support your adrenal health.

My approach is based not just on theory, but personally tried and tested methods.

Recognise yourself?

  Physical symptoms of anxiety   Psychological symptoms of anxiety
Digestive upset such as nausea, vomiting, ulcers, acid reflux (GERD), bathroom “urgency” Intense fear of death, dying, illness, injury to yourself or a loved one
Heart palpitations Sense of impending doom
Hot flashes, or sweating Insomnia
Elevated blood pressure Shyness, avoidance of social interaction
Hyperventilation, shallow breathing, light-headedness Inflexibility, especially to last-minute changes
Trembling, shivering, “the jitters” Food issues including overeating, not eating enough, and emotional eating

Most of us are familiar with some or all of the above symptoms. Some theory to explain why you should not ignore them.

Do you value your health?
Stress and anxiety are highly misunderstood and under-diagnosed states.

When our body is in a state of stress it has gone into the ‘fight or flight’ (sympathetic) nervous response. For some people this may be necessary when in a real emergency. However, in normal everyday living (and, with training, even during emergency), our body is designed to live in the parasympathetic nervous response. In layman’s terms this means the mind is calm and the body is relaxed.

Only then can normal bodily functions such as digestion, elimination, hormone communication, clear thinking and very importantly, healing, take place.

Over time many people progressively come to function in a constant state of stress or ‘red alert’, which we could say has become an unconscious state of being a new ‘normal’.

Traumatic life events, accidents and long term health problems can lead us here despite an apparently healthy lifestyle. The detrimental effects of this are astounding, with some research studies saying as far as 90% of all health problems are stress related.

Why the small symptoms become big symptoms
Any decrease in the ability of the adrenal glands to carry out their normal functions may benefit from adrenal support.

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Janice Andersen is a natural health and well being specialist practicing in London, Oxford and Manchester offering; Naturopathy, Nutrition, Stress Management, Massage, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Aromatherapy, and Reflexology.

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