Stress management

Stress can affect any of us at any time. Whilst some people seem the thrive on stress, for others it causes them great difficulties. Stress causes physical changes in the body designed to help you take on threats or difficulties (by producing Adrenalin) which takes it’s toll on your body.When experiencing stress, you may notice that your heart pounds, your breathing quickens, your muscles tense up, and you start to sweat. This is sometimes known as the fight or flight response.

Once the threat or difficulty passes, these physical effects usually fade. But if you’re constantly stressed, your body stays in a state of high alert and you may develop stress-related symptoms.

Stress can affect how you feel emotionally, mentally and physically, and also how you behave. You may feel emotionally overwhelmed, irritable and “wound up”, anxious or fearful and your self esteem may suffer. You may also have racing thoughts, be constantly worrying, have difficulty concentrating  or experience difficulty making decisions.

If you feel that stress is starting to take over your life, your therapist at The Eaves can offer a safe space to talk through what is concerning you and help you find solutions and coping strategies. 

If stress is affecting your life, contact us for an appointment.

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