How does Stress and Anxiety impact your life?

Stress and anxiety are both a normal and natural reaction in life – but for some of us they can begin to take control. They are no longer fleeting and temporary feelings, they consume you and reduce the quality of your life.

Right now you may be experiencing a build-up of stress and anxiety from work, health issues, relationships and divorce, loss, caring for elderly parents and children, and any big life changes.


You might have come to me because you are fed up of living in this cycle of fear and worry. You know that things need to change, but aren’t sure exactly how to change them. I can show you how.

Anxiety might be affecting you in many ways, ranging from mild to disruptive and overwhelming. You may be feeling tense or uncomfortable, and suffer from excessive sweating, trembling, nausea, irritability, difficulty breathing or a racing heartbeat. 


Your mind may be overrun by worry, confusion, obsession, frustration, irritability or despair. Sometimes, these feelings or symptoms may come on suddenly and strongly. Perhaps you’re struggling with getting to sleep or eating poorly. These are all signs of anxiety. So if you’re feeling this way we’re here to help you.

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The mental symptoms of stress and anxiety

Stress and anxiety can show up in a number of ways from feeling guilty, lacking in confidence, over-thinking, low self-esteem and self-judgement. It can even lead to you developing new behaviours, such as those associated with OCD or avoidance of work or social situations.


When stress and anxiety begin to spiral out of control you may experience panic attacks or avoid situations and experiences out of the fear of feeling anxious. You can begin to find it hard to go about your everyday life and do the things that you’d usually enjoy.

How stress and anxiety can affect your physical health

Stress and Anxiety can also have a massive impact on your physical health. These physical symptoms can build-up and become serious, just like they did for me.

Here are some of the physical affects of stress and anxiety you might be noticing:

  • Headaches
  • Chest pains
  • Tiredness, fatigue and shortness of breath
  • Difficulty sleeping and staying asleep
  • Higher blood pressure.
  • Abnormal heartbeat, often faster and racing
  • Heart burn, ulcers, and irritable bowel syndrome
  • Weight gain or weight loss
  • Flare ups of existing conditions like asthma or arthritis
  • Flare ups of skin issues like acne, eczema and psoriasis
  • Increased intake of cigarettes or alcohol
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You can beat this though.

This doesn’t have to be your life, it really doesn’t. By working on your stress and anxiety you can really improve how you feel physically and emotionally. If you find yourself connecting with this material the good news is that you can get back to living the life that you want to lead.

I can say this with complete confidence because I was once exactly where you are now. And, it affected every area of my life, including my relationships, personal choices and work.

Back then, I never thought things would change but I got help and I am now living a happy life. I can cope with pressure and stress, and don’t spend my time worrying. Now, I can do the things I want to do in my life without fear, and now I want to help you do the same.

Reach out if you need some help

Now here is the key thing – don’t let your stress and anxiety stop you from reaching out and seeking help. The first step is often the hardest but I do my very best to ensure you feel comfortable and at ease when we first speak. I also offer a free initial consultation call so that we can make sure we are a great fit before proceeding.

Now is the best time to break free from stress and anxiety, and begin living your life with more confidence and resilience.


To talk to me about getting some help or have any questions answered just email me below below.

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