74% of UK adults have admitted to feeling overwhelmed due to stress. That’s three-quarters of the UK population. Managing work commitments, school deadlines, and home duties can become hectic. Attempting to juggle these responsibilities can easily cause stress.
Developing a Gratitude practice can unlock doors to dealing with stress and anxiety. Simply stated, Gratitude helps you rewire your brain to see the good in the world. If done daily and at the start of the day, focusing on Gratitude will help ease your anxiety
In recent weeks the UK has been slowly beginning to remove or relax some of its lockdown restrictions. That being said. However, there is a large portion of people who will still be remaining at home for the most part, whether that’s for health reasons or simply because it feels safer. So, here are some simple ways to spend your time at home productively.
Our life is full of good and bad experiences. Whereas good moments give us positivity and zeal to live, bad moments can be accompanied by numerous consequences resulting in PTSD, anxiety attacks, depression, and numerous other mental health disorders.
Have you ever measured the huge power thoughts have on your life? Why do we so frequently forget that making a healthy mindset is stronger than any other trait of human power? Our mind doesn’t know limits if we don’t create them, and you know what the best part is? We can think the way we choose to.
Grounding is essential to the flow of energy, no matter where it’s being directed, or where it’s coming from. Anyone who desires to facilitate healing must learn about grounding, or it’s not going to happen.
Our brains crave novelty. Repetition deadens our response to activities, even those that bring us pleasure. Changing your environment can be the cure for this.
We all know that we live in a society filled with stress. We've heard about it from many, many sources, over the course of many, many years.