Top Tip For Beating Stress Naturally

Are You Ready To Explore The Wonderful Ways To Beat Any Kind Of Stress?

Firstly, well done for being here! So many people are all too readily willing to go to the GP and pop a pill for stress and anxiety, yet there are so many wonderful ways in which you can self treat and heal and it all comes down to emptying that 'emotional box'.

In the ever changing times that we live in, we are being opened up to so many new, but very old ways to heal and renew, to bring balance and true alignment back to ourselves. We also have some very good 'mainstream' western therapies​ which are available, but these are often prescribed, have a lengthy waiting list or are extremely expensive and ineffective.

Having been on my own personal journey of healing; I have explored many mainstream western approaches to dealing with trauma including psychotherapy, counselling, CBT, talking therapies and medication. 

Whilst these can help to a certain extent- they really are ineffective in removing the emotional charge with whatever it is that we have been through- simply talking about it, embedding it and running it again and again until we end up with more negative avenues and beliefs that we have to contend with later on. Unfortunatly, i have found many people in these areas to be very ridgid in their approach, unknowing of what is really going on bar from text book studies.

Everything in Every Chance is built on experiences of all varieties of first hand accounts of trauma, PTSD, PND and more. The therapies are a combination of well used methods that have been used with fantastic results that are quick, doesn't have to go delving into the past issues, so no retraumatization.

Top Tips For Beating Stress...

  • Taking time for you- proper time relaxing!- It's only when you start giving time to yourself that you can truly appreciative everything else in your life. Be your own friend, without you your world wont exist. Have a candle bath, read a book, take up a hobby- something for you, its vital.
  • Journalling- This is profound for emptying the mind. Get a book, just set 4-5 mins to just write- dont think about it, just start writing about what you have been doing, or how your feeling and before you know it it just flows.
  • Mindfulness- this is one of the most fundamental exercises that a parent can do. Getting out of your head and into the moment. Your child knows if you are being present or not. Also the whole process of just switching off and being is less doing going on in the mind, driving you nuts!
  • ​Meditation I like a more restful, deeper method of mindfulness. This can be done through visualisations, music, guided or still. There are hundreds of apps and videos on YouTube and around the internet. Every chance have a great meditation for achieving pure stillness
  • Energy Healing- the use of acupuncture, energy tapping, energy alignment and more have profound affects on removing the layers of built up 'baggage' within the body and energy system to cope much calmer, joyously. Every chance have some amazing packages to help you achieve this in a short space of time- plus equipping you with the tools that you can use for the rest of your life; and with the added side effect of falling in love with you and your life.
  • Yoga/Pilates are just amazing for stress relief. Whilst these exercises are great for switching off the mind, they are amazing at toning, strengthening and aiding support to the mind,body and also the organs. 
  • Get Creative- when was the last time you did something creative that you love? why not take u colouring, making things, painting etc. Learning new skills also help to raise your self esteem.
  • Walking- get outside! I know its all tempting  to stay in, but just go stand outside- look up at the sky, deep breath, feel the air, feel the nature around you, its a wonderful feeling.
  • Put some music on and have a dance, go wild- its fantastic for stress.
  • Practice gratification- its profound in changing your state, lowering your negative moods and bringing in positive ones!
  • Have Fun! what can you do to have fun? Watch a comedy, tickle the kids, run around chasing them.

About the Author Jeani Howard

Jeani is an award winning therapist, healer, author and speaker. Jeani has on her own journey of healing overcome PTSD, clinical depression and agonising anxiety. A mother of 4 who suffered with birth trauma and pre and post natal depression, now prides herself on having worked with 1000's of adults, adolescents and women through pregnancy, labour and their transition into motherhood.

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