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Stress is a normal part of life, we all incur stress, stress is caused by physical, emotional or environmental circumstances. Stress is the bodies reaction to change, stress is felt physically, emotionally and mentally. Stress activates our Autonomic Nervous System. We all encounter stress it is how we deal with it that matters.

Imagine we all have a chest and it can hold so much stress. As we go through life we keep adding to our chest, filling it with more and more stresses till eventually it can’t hold any more. We have to do something to release the stress otherwise the chest will explode and everything comes flying out and wreaks havoc. Our old stresses are now lying on the floor not concealed by the chest. Everyone’s chest is different and needs to be emptied in a different way, they also fill up at different rates. Some peoples chest are full by the time they reach teenage years and other don’t fill up until they are in their 60’s. What they have in common is that they will all get full at some point and all need to be emptied too if you want to have a healthy long life.

When we don’t tend to the stresses they build up and manifest as all these different labels!!!!!!!

Physical Pain (aches and pains, headaches, back ache, knee, shoulder pain etc)

Illness & Disease (cancer, diabetes, multiple serious, ME, Motor neurone disease, endometriosis, poly cystic ovaries, hormone balminesses, heart disease, IBS, chrones, fibromalygia, extrema, etc)

Mental ill health (personality disorders, Premenstrual dsypheria disorder (PMDD, Severe PMT, ADHD, ADD)

Depression (Bio polar, reactional, Post natal)

Anxiety ( general, panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, phobias, PTSD & CPTSD)

Addictive Habits (food, drugs illegal & prescription, sex (masturbation & porn), love, relationships, social media, dating apps, gaming, gambling, exercise, work, high risk adrenaline activities.

Suicidal thoughts & Suicide

Causing Harm (Self harm, harm to others, sadistic or masochistic tendencies).

Stress affects our nervous system from when we are being carried in our mothers womb. Our nervous system is one of the first things to start growing as a baby, as its is immature and learning how to develop it is highly sensitive. If our nervous system develops incorrectly it dysfunctions and is unable to regulate correctly causing malfunctions and in turn illness.

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