Anxiety is the feeling of worry, nervousness, and fear that can come on so strongly that you find it difficult to concentrate on anything else. The surge of these feelings can cause a physical ‘attack’ of panic and anxiousness.
In the Western world, about one in three couples are now diagnosed with unexplained infertility. This very diagnosis means that doctors cannot find anything medically wrong with you or your partner, so the cause of your infertility is unknown.
We all know someone who snores, whether that’s ourselves or a partner. Almost everyone snores now and then―even children―but for some, it can be a chronic, long-term condition. Snoring occurs when air flows past relaxed tissues in your throat, causing them to vibrate as you breathe in and out.
As the gut is tied to the brain, could hypnotherapy or CBT be a potential option for treating IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)?
Did you know that the physical experience of anxiety and stress – quickened heart rate, butterflies, inability to focus – is almost identical to the physical experience of excitement? Whenever you feel nervous, you can choose the emotion and instruct your mind about the feelings you are experiencing.
On 7th April each year, there is a global focus on health awareness known as World Health Day. Sponsored by the World Health Organization, it has been commemorated on the same day each year since 1950. It is acknowledged by various government and non-government organizations with interests in public health issues. This year’s theme is ‘Universal Health Coverage: Everyone, Everywhere.’