Stress Programme

In medicine, stress is defined as the body’s response to physical, mental, or emotional pressure. Stress causes chemical changes in the body that can raise blood pressure, heart rate, and blood sugar levels. It may also lead to feelings of frustration, anxiety, anger, or depression.

We all require a certain level of stress.  It is the thing that can help us push through fear or pain, so that we can e.g. do something we would not otherwise want to do such as enter a new situation, do a presentation or run a marathon.  However it is long term stress which can be detrimental on health longer term. 

As men go through the Andropause many of the symptoms can compound feelings of stress, such as mood swings, irritability and a general lack of enthusiasm or energy.  Sometimes these symptoms are made worse as a result of significant life events occurring at the same time such a problems at work, relationship problems, divorce, death to name just a few. Perhaps you may be experiencing poor concentration and having short-term memory problems. This is often made worse by problems sleeping (insomnia) and so increased tiredness.

Maybe you are not sure if you are going through the Andropause, but you are aware your stress levels are beginning to impact your health and you would like to get help as it is affecting other areas of your life.  If so then it is time to take action to help maintain your mental and physical health in the longer term.

I work with you over the course of 3 sessions (an initial 90 minute consultation and then two 60 minute sessions), to identify why you are experiencing high levels of stress, and I then provide personalised solutions for you.

Our sessions can be recorded, allowing you to revisit the learnings at any time.

Once you have registered for the Stress Programme, you will be contacted to arrange a convenient time for the online sessions to take place.

If you have any questions or to find out more, then please get in touch



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