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Stress Relief Sessions

Resources To Help you Manage Your Mind and Build Resilience.
A calm and positive mind can help you face any challenge and become more resilient in the future. Are you ready to Experience Stress Relief?

Hypnotherapy has been scientifically proven to help reduce stress, anxiety and pain.

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I am here to help you reduce stress, relieve anxiety, and improve your health through any crisis.

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Emotional Release Technique

The Emotional Release technique is based on using applied kinesiology, or muscle testing, which shows the body’s reaction to a thought or a question in the weakening or strengthening of its muscles. This technique helps us get “yes” or “no” answers from the body, and we use it to get information about imbalances that are causing emotional or physical problems. This works because all the information about our bodies is stored in the subconscious mind, which makes up about 95% of our mind. It is the part of us that remembers what we had for breakfast the first Monday of April last year (no matter if you’re reading this in 2013 or 2093)! It stores all the information, kind of like a back up disc, and also controls things like your heartbeat, your blood pressure, functioning of your liver, etc. It also knows about everything that is getting in the way of a healthy body. For example, your subconscious knows that the argument with your roommate in 1977 is causing your hip pain today, even if you no longer remember or think about that old event. This is The Emotion Release Technique is fascinating – it allows us to access and deal with information that we never would consciously realize is important!

But it’s not just information that’s important, it’s energy.   More precisely, the affect of emotional energy on the energy of our bodies.  Emotions are made of pure energy, and when we experience them, their energy can get trapped in the body.  Each one of these is a trapped emotion, which interacts constantly with a certain part of your body, wherever it is trapped. It is the energy of this emotion that can then “interfere” with the natural frequency that exists in your body and begin to manifest as some form of physical or emotional issue.

Our bodies are really made of pure energy which is why we are able to use applied kinesiology to identify trapped emotions, then we release them.

Once a trapped emotion is identified, we are able to release it by running over the energy line in the body called the governing meridian. This can be likened to taking a credit card and running it over a magnet – the magnet changes or deletes the information on the card. In the same way, once we have identified a trapped emotion (by accessing the info from the subconscious mind using applied kinesiology), we trace over the governing meridian and this deletes or releases the energy from the body.

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Essential Oils

Choosing Essential Oils

I absolutley LOVE essential oils, but sadly not all essential oils are created equal.

Each step in the creation process important in order to ensure a pure, high-quality essential oil. From farming and sourcing the plants, flowers, and herbs, to actually distilling the essential oils and then bottling and storing the final product, you want to be sure you’re buying essential oils from a company which has the highest standards for purity and quality.

Many essential oils on the market have added synthetic ingredients, or the oil is extracted using chemical processes. While these oils may still smell nice, their healing, well-being, and vibrational properties are significantly diminished if not eliminated entirely.

Why I Use Neals’ Yard Organic Essential Oils

Neal’s Yard Remedies Organic Essential Oils are the oils I personally use and recommend. They are therapeutic-grade oils that are pure and while there are other essential oil companies that claim the same purity, I personally love that NYRO  essential oils are mindful of protecting the planet.  Many companies are not ethically sourcing their ingredients nor are they concerned with sustainability of the soil, plants and areas where they harvest their oils.

NYRO  are directly involved in the farming, sourcing, low-temperature chemical free distilling, bottling, storing and shipping. Their high level of care in each step of the process ensures the highest quality product. Click here to read more

We also have many organic products to help you transform your home into a more balanced, harmonious, and environmentally friendly home.  Click here to see the fabulous products that are avaiable

Organic ingredients are better for you because they contain the highest levels of beneficial vitamins, minerals and nutrients. They’re also free from contamination by toxic pesticides and chemical fertilisers, better for you, the farmers, their families and communities.

MAGNESIUM: THE ULTIMATE MINERAL TO AID SLEEP

Magnesium

as published on Watchfit

As March 6 – 13th 2016 is National Sleep Awareness week, it is a great time to talk about sleep and magnesium is my go to “miracle” for this. If you are having difficulty going to sleep, find you wake easily or wake in the early hours then you may be deficient.

It is not always about magnesium but I always refer to it as the miracle mineral as I have great results in my practice when I add a magnesium supplement to my clients programmes. I always prefer to increase magnesium containing foods but in many cases people are so deficient that the only way to “catch up” is to supplement.  Find out more about my go to magnesium supplement here

Magnesium is vital for the function of our GABA receptors, these are found across all areas of the brain and nervous system. GABA is a calming neurotransmitter that the brains needs in order to switch off, you need GABA in order to sleep. Without it we remain tense, our thoughts race and we lie in bed trying to count sheep in order to go to sleep without success. Magnesium is the relaxation mineral and is crucial for sleep, at night we need magnesium to move into our cells for relaxation and great quality sleep

A sign of magnesium deficiency is if you have anything that is tight or stiff, irritable, you can’t relax or if you have cramps anywhere – this can be internally or externally. Most people, in fact it is estimated that 96% of the population is deficient in magnesium, and are more likely to have elevated inflammation markers. Inflammation is linked to all major health conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, certain cancers and low magnesium is a risk for osteoporosis and these can all affect our sleep as well as many other parts of our lives.

Magnesium is crucial to the body’s function and is responsible for over 500 enzyme reactions, it is found in all the tissues in the body. As mentioned, it is essential to help muscles relax, which is why it is a miracle mineral for sleep. Magnesium also helps to keep blood pressure normal, bones strong and the heart rhythm steady. The list of conditions related to magnesium deficiency is staggering; there are over 3,500 medical references on magnesium deficiency. Anything from headaches and migraines to chronic fatigue, diabetes and IBS can be linked to magnesium deficiency, and these illnesses will also in turn impact our quality of sleep

You might be magnesium deficient if you have any of the following symptoms:

  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety
  • Muscle cramps or twitches
  • Irritability
  • Sensitivity to loud noises
  • ADD
  • Palpitations
  • Constipation
  • Headaches
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Asthma
  • Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • Osteoporosis
  • High blood pressure
  • PMS
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Reflux
  • Trouble swallowing
  • Trouble sleeping

The reason we are so deficient is that many of us eat a diet that contains practically no magnesium. Processed, refined and packaged foods, white flour, meat, and dairy contain no magnesium and if this is what your diet consist of then you will be deficient in magnesium as none of these foods contain magnesium. Even eating a whole foods diet can leave you magnesium deficient as our soils are now depleted and don’t have the correct levels of minerals such as magnesium in them.

Our magnesium levels are also decreased by:

  • alcohol
  • salt
  • coffee
  • phosphoric acid in fizzy drinks
  • prolonged or intense stress
  • antibiotics and other drugs

On top of that if this is the type of diet and lifestyle you are leading then your gut is probably compromised, reducing your ability to absorb magnesium. To properly absorb magnesium we need a lot of it in our diet and we need enough vitamin B6, vitamin D, and selenium to absorb and utilise the magnesium.

But don’t stress there is an easy fix…….

Stop Magnesium leaving your body by:

Eliminating caffeine, fizzy drinks, salt and sugar, limiting alcohol and making sure you take time out for relaxation. Following these guidelines will also help you sleep better.

Include Foods High in Magnesium in your diet:

  • Leafy Green Vegetables including parsley
  • Seaweed : Kelp and dulse
  • Nuts: almonds, cashews, brazil nuts, pecans and walnuts
  • Brown Rice
  • Figs and Dates
  • Avocado
  • Garlic

According to guidelines the minimum amount needed of magnesium is about 300 mg a day but in reality most of us get far less than 200 mg and we actually benefit from at least 400 and up to 1000mg per day, depending on your circumstances.

Taking a hot bath with Epsom salts is a great way to absorb and get a good amount of this much needed mineral, add in a few drops of lavender oil and you have the perfect way to relax and prepare for a good night’s sleep.

Do you struggle with your sleep?

Do you suffer from any of the symptoms I’ve mentioned?

Do you think you may benefit from a magnesium supplement?

As with all things the type of supplements you take can make a huge difference and we need to ensure that if we are supplementing we are getting magnesium in a bio-available form.

If you feel that you need to be supplementing with magnesium and need further help then please connect with me by clicking here, and find out how I can help create a bespoke plan for you, and get you started on your wellness journey straightaway.  Or order your magneiusm supplement by clicking here (these are the only supplements I use and recommend)

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