On a personal note, I can honestly vouch for massage alleviating the symptoms of anxiety and depression. Both of which are very common mental health issues in todays’ rat race society!
Can massage help your mental health? Well in short, yes it can. The body is so intricate and beautifully made, that it reminds me of a Rubik’s cube. You need to have all the colours lined up on the right side for it to be in ‘balance’. With this in mind, I can make the link between physical, mental, and emotional imbalances within my clients, and can form a plan to get all three in balance.
So it has been 12 weeks since I chose to temporarily close my clinic doors at Purple Freesia Integrated Therapies. I thought that now would be a good time to personally interact with all my present and future clients to touch base with you all! I sincerely hope that you have all been getting by, as best you can, in this situation.
Clutter, clutter everywhere fills your mind with all despair! I personally find that my mental health is affected when my physical environment is cluttered.
I believe that volunteering has a favourable effect on depression, wellbeing and one’s overall life satisfaction. I can say this from experience.
Levels of stress and anxiety in the workplace are forever increasing and unless we as individuals learn the triggers and coping mechanisms to reduce this, we will be reaching burnout before it’s too late. Today I discuss five tips to enable you to try and improve your mental health within the workplace.
Having suffered both I can honestly say it’s a real battle and journey to heal naturally. It takes tenacity, patience and true kindness to self; but it can be done. I am living and breathing proof of it and I wish to share my personal experience of how this can be achieved naturally with the world, or at the very least, anyone choosing to read my blogs.