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Do you ever wonder what it would be like to not feel stressed? Or do you wonder if others deal with stress better? How do they remain positive during stressful times? Stress is an essential part of everyday life, which can have a greater impact on some more than others. But why? How? Whether we’re stressed from trauma, work and finances, or more personal stressors such as our health and relationships, this can be all-consuming to the point where stress becomes the norm and before we know it, we’ve forgotten what it feels like to not be stressed!
Let us be the first to tell you, this should not be your normal. We should have a balance of stress and relaxation, allowing our bodies to recover in readiness for whatever stressful event may come next. Let’s unpick this stress phenomenon, the concept of stress, and let us help you create your own toolkit for stress recovery and resilience, using our key top tips.
‘A person’s a person, no matter how small’ Dr. Seuss
Did you know that one in eight children in England are suffering with at least one mental health disorder? Mental health issues are diverse and complex, they can range from anxiety, depression to autism and ADHD.
With children's mental health week upon us, we want to help you understand what could potentially be contributing to these issues and what you can do to support your children.
Many of us have experienced the feeling of our ‘stomachs turning’ when we are nervous, scared or anxious, and there is good reason as to why this happens. The gut, often referred to as our second brain, plays an important role, not just in digestion, but also in regulating the activity of our nervous system.
Read more on the benefits of probiotics on mental health.