Whole Health Approach Stress and Anxiety
Finding Balance in Todays World
Stress is not necessarily bad because we can learn from it, but uncontrollable stress reactions can have affects on our health.
We will look at on overall approach to understanding stress and a number of ways to cope with it.
Review of Stress Response and Adrenal Function
Overview of General Adaptation Syndrome
Signs & Symptoms of Adrenal Weakness
Assessment of Adrenal Function
The Sleep Connection
Herbal and Nutritional Therapies
Mind Body Techniques
The most frequent undesirable reaction to stress is anxiety. The reaction to stress is much more related to an individual’s coping mechanism than the degree of stress. Some people are able to cope with stress in their daily life more than others.
Stress related anxiety can vary greatly regarding the symptoms that occur.
Common symptoms are the feeling of butterflies in the stomach, constriction in the throat, an increased sense of panic, insomnia, decrease in attention at work, and chest palpitations. Anxiety symptoms are the effect of stress, not the cause of it.
We will cover a variety of ideas and techniques that can be used immediately to reduce stress and help you breath lighter. Using herbal medicine, nutrition, homeopathy, metaphysician stills, and mind-body connection hundred’s of people have found support.
Look below at some of the ideas of calming the mind and reducing stress.
If stress gets out of hand, it can aggravate many conditions relating to various organ systems. Aggravations can include allergies, arthritis, atherosclerosis, asthma, cancer, colitis, diabetes, emphysema, gastritis, hypertension, low back syndrome, neurosis, neuromuscular syndromes, speech problems and ulcers.
Let us help you find the balance and calmness you deserve. Schedule an appoint today by phone to help you move safely through life.
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