In today’s world, there is a strong focus on achievement. We have become a nation of ‘doers’ and we are busier than ever before. Increasingly, people are finding that operating in this way leads to high levels of unsustainable stress, which can in turn lead to burnout and health issues.
Mental health is not just about the way we think. Stress affects the whole body – and becoming more mindful of how our lifestyles affect us can be extremely beneficial to our overall wellbeing. Learning how to slow down, tune into the body and regulate our systems is an excellent way of not only becoming more self-aware, but also helps us to be more effective, as we learn to operate from a place of balance rather than constant overwhelm and anxiety.
Are you stressed, but finding it hard to stop? Do you worry that you can never be seen to be doing enough? Is this affecting your peace of mind, causing you anxiety or problems in your personal life? Please contact me if you would like to book a consultation to see how therapy may be able to help you. Studies show that a little focussed attention can go a long way:
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