SISU Stress and Anxiety Blog

All about stress, anxiety and positive emotional health

Blog Posts

Please find below some blog posts that I hope you find really useful. There’s a range of material here that covers many of the topics that client’s come to see me about in my coaching practice. If you’re not quite ready to start on your journey out of stress and anxiety, the articles I’ve written might help you to reflect on your current challenges and begin the process for you. 

If you find yourself connecting with any of the material on these blog posts, and would like to chat further about it, then do contact me here and we can go through it together. I am happy to chat to anyone if they are struggling and simply need some advice or reassuring words them I’m happy to do that. 

If after having read some of the material and you think, yes this is me, I really do need some support then do get in touch. We can then start you on one of our fabulous coaching programmes which is tailored to you and your circumstances. Become one of the many client’s in my coaching practice who have been through the programmes, and come out the other end, healthier, happier and so much more confident. 

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Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

 Generalised anxiety disorder means having regular or uncontrollable worries about many different things in your everyday life. Because there are lots of possible symptoms of

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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, OCD, is an anxiety disorder and is characterised by recurrent, unwanted thoughts (obsessions) and/or repetitive behaviours (compulsions). Repetitive behaviours such as hand washing,

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gut health and anxiety

Gut Health and Anxiety

Did you know that we have a ‘second brain’? No, this isn’t a brain that helps us to make decisions about what we might want

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social anxiety

What is Social Anxiety

A first step is to understand exactly what causes social anxiety. And where does it stem from?  Human beings evolved the feeling of anxiety to

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Strategies for sleep

Daytime strategies for sleep Keep a consistent routine and develop key strategies for sleep. Get up at the same time every day of the week. A

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We hope you enjoyed reading these articles, and come back regularly for updates. 

If you find yourself connecting with any of this material, and feel I can help you. Then do not hesitate to contact me and we can have a chat about the way forward out of your stress and anxiety.

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