Take a step back to a time when you were living carefree, no stress, no real burdens, pressures or responsibilities in life…..I bet you will automatically imagine yourself as a child again, playing with friends. Maybe you see this as a distant memory or a thing of the past that cannot be achieved again.
Did you know? 1 in 3 UK employees consider quitting their job regularly.
Everyone encounters some form of stress at work, this is inevitable. However, it is how we recognise and deal with the levels of stress that determines the level of sanity we are able to sustain.
Let us start by what is meant by burnout. Prolonged periods of stress can add up, over time, to cause you exhaustion on either an emotional, physical or mental level. Sometimes life just becomes too much and you can begin to feel completely drained, finding it difficult to keep on top of things which were once routine and easy to complete.
Let’s discuss how happy memories can combat stress…
Worrying is such a futile exercise and yet we continue to do it, at each and every opportunity. Instead of focusing on ‘why’ we do it, because we are living in a society whereby we are conditioned to want bigger and better, I’d like you to focus on ways to stop the worrying. Here are the top 5 ways that I help myself to alleviate the worry in my life:
Sometimes in this fast paced world, we opt for the ‘quick fix’, when our body spirals out of balance. We immediately call to make an appointment to see the G.P, when our sleep goes out the window or we don’t know what is causing our symptoms. We are innately programmed to do so.
What if I were to educate you to think a different way. To choose to stay away from synthetic medicine and stimulants, and to try some natural sleep aids instead.
Reiki is an ancient Japanese method of ‘healing’. It is a natural and complementary therapy that gently rebalances life energies, balancing body and mind, which in turn helps to improve one’s health and wellbeing.
Sleep is so important and often the one thing that people don’t give time to. When you lack sleep everything in your daily life is affected.
Here’s my tips for getting a better night’s sleep…
January is the month for feeling ‘miserable’. Its cold, wet, light levels are diminished upon ‘kick out’ from work, and all you want to do is hibernate. Even those people around you who you view as ‘hard workers’ retreat into a hibernation.