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5 CATS that cause Anxiety!

Specialising in helping clients to stop anxiety we start by looking into the issue of C.A.T.S!  Not the furry type but the chemical type.  C.A.T.S. stands for caffeine, alcohol, tobacco, sugar and sweeteners. 

The body responds to these substances in various ways, but they all impact in the physical symptoms of anxiety. By changing your intake symptoms can be reduced significantly.

Girl with Balloon

Evidenced based therapy, Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) is often called ‘tapping’ or ‘psychological acupuncture’. Studied by Bond University in Queensland its brief technique combines elements of exposure and cognitive therapy, and somatic stimulation and uses a two finger tapping process with a cognitive statement. 

EFT has been researched in more than ten countries, by more than sixty investigators, whose results have been published in more than twenty different peer-reviewed journals (over 100 publications). 

•The EFT Mini Manual is available free here.

Anxious to meet people

Have you been prevented doing what you want to do?   Making excuses to avoid going to a party, the shops, or just finding excuses to avoid going out?

Feel good food

Have you ever lost control with eating?  Perhaps a few bags of lollies or chocolates started an unstoppable sickening binge which lead to feeling disgusted with yourself, ill and annoyed that all control had abandoned you?  

Our mind and body thrive when we are in balance both mentally and nutritionally.   Nutrition is an integral part of mental health.  Would you put low grade fuel in you Ferrari?  Good quality food and clean water is necessary to our good health.  Our cellular integrity is compromised when the environment  within our body is not optimal.  This can lead to a health crisis, illness and strain on mental and financial resources.

Insomnia is Latin for "no sleep" .  Unfortunately many people have periods of experiencing the inability to fall asleep or remain asleep.  Insomnia can also be described as the feeling of waking up not feeling restored due to inadequate sleep.

Insomnia can be experienced as acute, lasting one to several nights, or chronic, when it lasts for months or even years.  It can be a disorder in its own right, but insomnia is often  a symptom of some other condition especially stress or worry. 

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