How does it work?
When we are exposed to a stressful event or situation, our body starts to release Cortisol, which is a stress hormone that helps our body deal with stressful situations. When we are stressed, our Cortisol levels are high and our muscles start to tense up, blocking the flow of energy through our body. As part of our treatment program, we stimulate your body to identify and successfully release the blockages, which in turn opens up the channels to support the flow of energy that promotes successful healing process.
Work Related Stress
Stress is not an illness – it is a state. However, if stress becomes too excessive and prolonged, mental and physical illness may develop.
Feeling overwhelmed – Anti stress therapy
We all get overwhelmed at times, and while there isn’t much we can do to prevent this for happening, there is a lot we can learn to help us work through the hard times and reset ourselves – so we can go about our daily living. We have solutions to help you get back to where you need to be.
Irritable – getting upset and frustrated easily?
This can be caused by a number of different physical and psychological factors, and it’s important to understand what they are.
Conflicts in the workplace
Is stress making you irritable, overwhelmed and frustrated? Are you taking this out on your colleagues at work?
Signs of work-related stress:
- Easy to become upset or angry
- Feeling overwhelmed
- Panic attacks, rapid heartbeat or chest pain
- Not being able to concentrate and feeling distracted.
- Distancing from other people at work and at home
- Feeling tense and edgy at work
- Being late all the time and not wanting to participate in meetings
There are many reasons why your work might be making you feel stressed, such as long hours, a heavy workload and conflict in the workplace. Your work environment can create work-related stress. If your workplace does not understand and is not supportive of employees with health conditions, such as anxiety, depression or anxiety-related disorders, they might feel discriminated against.