Anxiety Induced Procrastination

Five commonly misunderstood types of procrastination   Anxiety and procrastination go hand in hand. Often when we feel anxious about something, we put it off. This can be obvious to some, especially those experiencing it. For example, you might put off taking that driving test because you are scared of more ¬ª

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Protecting Your Brain From Stress

Stress Management Can Protect Your Brain Typically, related to cognitive problems and a higher risk of developing Dementia and Alzheimer‚Äôs disease   It is not uncommon to feel forgetful and disorganised when stressed but over a long period of time stress may change your brain which can affect memory. Studies more ¬ª

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My anxiety is awful for me but worse for my boyfriend

“I appreciate that he tries to understand my struggle with anxiety, but I wish he didn’t have to.” For myself with anxiety, my boyfriend is an enigma. He drives long distances, eats expired foods, phones to order take away and goes to crowded places, all without fear. When we went more ¬ª

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Stress management for single parents

Single parent stress management Single parents are known to suffer stress to a higher extent than many other sectors of society. As a clinic we have received funding from the National Lottery to help with stress management for single parents, the funding involves An initial assessment An allergy test to more »

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