Stress and Anxiety
Relief

Do you feel your heart beating faster and your breathing more shallow and faster for no apparent reason?

The therapies used in Well-Being sessions aim to reduce stress, anxiety and emotional regulation, promoting physical and emotional well-being.

 

Do you suffer from insomnia? Do you feel general pain and muscle tension?

When you wake up do you have the feeling that something is going to go wrong, but you don't know what it is? Do you experience headaches regularly?

Do you feel lack of energy and motivation? Has your memory and concentration decreased? Do you notice that your immune system has weakened? Do you have more colds etc? Do you suffer from digestive problems? These are some of the symptoms of chronic stress.

 

 

 

 

What is chronic stress?

 

Did you know that when we find ourselves under negative stress, whether due to the constant demands of our daily lives at a professional, family, social, financial or health level, the body reacts as if it is in imminent danger and the fight or flight reaction is triggered, leading to the release of several hormones, including cortisol (known as the stress hormone). Excess cortisol in the body for a prolonged period of time, what we call chronic stress affects us, causing symptoms on an emotional, cognitive, physical level.

Difference between stress and anxiety

 

As they have several similar symptoms, stress is often confused with anxiety.

Stress - At its origin are factors external to the individual and thus easier to identify the cause. It focuses on current situations and there is a feeling of inability to face the present

Anxiety - (exaggerated) In its origin are factors projected by the individual that are caused by internal and deeper emotional issues. Adverse situations are anticipated, causing a fear of something that has not yet happened, causing a frightening vision in relation to the future

 

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