Workplace Mindfulness Surrey, Middlesex and London(6 Posts)
Wise Blue Owl have conducted "Mindfulness At Work Workshops" with large companies and small in their work place. Delight your employees with techniques to reduce stress and anxiety in the work place with our 1 hour " Mindfulness at Work Workshop" at your place of employment or they can be tailored to an off site venue for you. Working on both practical knowledge of how the mind works, we are able to teach best practices and techniques on how best to train your mind and your thoughts to your best advantage.Mindfulness at work offers an introduction, an overview and practical exercises. It is an enjoyable course to attend and one that opens the thinking to current habits.
Our workshops are popular, enjoyable, relaxing and informative and a must for your wellbeing work programme or they can imply introduce mindfulness-based stress reduction to your employees.
We have experience at teaching mindfulness to individuals and to groups and companies who want to have their own one to one session such as CEO’s, directors, employees in stressful roles, who all benefit enormously from the calming, relaxing and brain boosting effects of our mindfulness at work workshops.
For more information please call us at Wise Blue Owl on 01784 392449 or use the contact us form.
Anxiety and Panic attack therapy Hayes
What are Panic Attacks.
A panic attack is a intense sense of psychological and physical feeling’s of panic and fright, which can happen suddenly, often for no clear reason.Panic attacks usually last between five and 20 minutes, and although it may feel as though you are in serious trouble, they aren’t dangerous and shouldn’t cause any physical harm. It is unlikely you will be admitted to hospital if you have a panic attack.You may feel an overwhelming sense of fear and a sense of unreality, as if you’re detached from the world around you.As well as psychological symptoms, you may also experience physical symptoms of panic, such as:
A sensation that your heart is beating irregularly (palpitations)
Shortness of breath
A choking sensation
A chest pain
The physical symptoms of a panic attack are caused by your body going into “fight or flight” mode in response to something you think is a threat. As your body tries to take in more oxygen your breathing quickens. Your body also releases hormones, such as adrenaline, causing your heart to beat faster and your muscles to tense up.
We see a lot of clients who suffer panic attacks . Panic attacks are easy to cure if you seek out the right kind of help. (lets differentiate first between panicked attacks and other anxiety disorders). Panic attack is based on Adrenaline kicking in at an inappropriate time. Adrenaline kicking is is a normal and needed part of human functionality that serves as the fight or flee emotional make up of every normal person. It is there to serve the purpose of if in a danger situation should we arm our self mentally & physically to fight that danger or should we run from that danger, we have to make a split second decision , of subconsciously on which of those 2 courses of actions to take. With people who suffer panic attacks normally due to some previous bad experience or trauma, that system is simply out of calibration. Ie that fight or flee decision making decision and level is not in sync. There are many proven techniques to get this system back in sync these are generally hypnosis based practices, clinical hypnosis, Nuero linguistic programming, because it is the sub conscious mind that needs just some gentle re clarification. No drug is proven to do this, no other talking therapies will do this. Any experienced clinical hypnotherapist will cure Panic attacks in 1 to 3, 1 hour sessions with high success rate. For more information call me at 01784 392449 or Mbl 07734900007
Teenage Anxiety therapy programme, Surrey, Middlesex, London
Our Teenage Programme.
We offer a specially designed course of consultations for Teenagers and their parents, providing them with the best methods of reducing their teenage anxiety and supporting them to enjoy life and make the best of their opportunities.
All teenagers go through huge psychological and emotional changes that last some years and research has shown there is a corresponding structural development taking place in the teenage years.
Understanding these natural developments that occur in the teenage's and their effect on behaviour, hormone production, sleep patterns, decision making, risk assessment, emotional reactivity, memory, attention span, motivation, self confidence, intellectual resources, etc, not only helps the teenager but also helps the parents understand why their teenager is behaving in the way they are, so reducing stress for everyone!
We can also help them with proven effective methods to quickly and easily reduce exam and interview anxiety - a powerful way to boost their confidence and results throughout their lives.
We also provide sessions for teenagers experiencing phobias, eating disorders, addictions, sleep problems, bullying, exam nerves, loss of self confidence and relationship problems.
For more information on how we can help your teenager's please call us on 01784 392449
I represent a company called Lokman Training Ltd. We are organising a programme for the community that is designed to help disabled people to find and choose training and career opportunities, as well as financial advice and lifestyle support. The course will be part time. With your permission we would like to post a leaflet for the course on your feed.
If you would like more details please contact Adriana Lokman on 44794 2818128
Hi Edakin, no problem. please feel free to post your leaflet
Anorexia nervosa is a serious mental health condition. It’s an eating disorder where a person keeps their body weight as low as possible.
People with anorexia usually do this by restricting the amount of food they eat, making themselves vomit, and exercising excessively.
The condition often develops out of an anxiety about body shape and weight that originates from a fear of being fat or a desire to be thin. Many people with anorexia have a distorted image of themselves, thinking they’re fat when they’re not.
Anorexia most commonly affects girls and women, although it has become more common in boys and men in recent years. On average, the condition first develops at around the age of 16 to 17.
Read more about the causes of anorexia.
Signs and symptoms of anorexia
People with anorexia often go to great lengths to hide their behaviour from family and friends by lying about what they’ve eaten or pretending to have eaten earlier.
Signs someone may have anorexia or another eating disorder include:
missing meals, eating very little, or avoiding eating any fatty foods
obsessively counting calories in food
leaving the table immediately after eating so they can vomit
taking appetite suppressants, laxatives, or diuretics (a type of medication that helps remove fluid from the body)
repeatedly weighing themselves or checking their body in the mirror
physical problems, such as feeling lightheaded or dizzy, hair loss, or dry skin
Anorexia can also be associated with other psychological problems, such as depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, alcohol misuse, and self-harm.
Bulimia is an eating disorder and mental health condition.
People who have bulimia go through periods where they eat a lot of food in a very short amount of time (binge eating) and then are deliberately sick, use laxatives (medication to help them poo) or do excessive exercise, or a combination of these, to try to stop themselves gaining weight.
Men and women of any age can get bulimia, but it’s most common in young women and typically starts in the mid-to-late teens.
Symptoms of bulimia
Symptoms of bulimia include:
eating very large amounts of food in a short time, often in an out-of-control way – this is called binge eating
making yourself vomit, using laxatives or doing an extreme amount of exercise after a binge to avoid putting on weight – this is called purging
fear of putting on weight
being very critical about your weight and body shape
mood changes – for example, feeling very tense or anxious
These symptoms may not be easy to spot in someone else because bulimia can make people behave very secretively.
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