Stress Help & Online Therapy​

Do you find it difficult to wind-down at the end of the day? Perhaps you frequently worry or have anxious and racing thoughts? These tend to be common symptoms of stress.

Anyone can suffer from stress, and there are very few of us who escape it entirely. Stress is the body’s reaction to demanding situations or scenarios that are in some way threatening.

The condition can cause sleep problems and issues with your interpersonal relationships. Long term exposure to stress can become debilitating and affect your immune system and general wellbeing.

Stress is a serious condition that can lead to serious health problems. If you’re experiencing stress, it’s advisable to find a way of dealing with it. Whether it comes from general life or stems from work stress.

Am I stressed?

It seems like such an odd question, but many people suffer from unacknowledged stress. Some people learn to cope with vast quantities of stress, but – in the long run – it can be damaging to remain in denial.

Common symptoms of stress can include:

  • Problems with your memory
  • An inability to concentrate
  • Overwhelm
  • Continuous worry and racing thoughts
  • Irritability and moodiness
  • Physical aches and pains
  • Chest pain
  • Procrastination activities
  • Nervous habits (such as pacing, nail-biting, etc.)

I think I’m suffering from stress

Stress can be debilitating. But the good news is that it’s entirely treatable if you address the causes of stress within your life.

Therapy can help you recognise these symptoms of stress, giving you insight on your stress triggers, providing a range of strategies that help you cope or avoid your typical stress response.

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