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Fear can hold us back but it can be overcome

Jackie Burns is a qualified clinical hypno-psychotherapist since 2006, and was based in Claremorris until she opened Body Mind Systems at the IRD Centre in Kiltimagh.

Bio-energy clinics in Ballina and Castlebar

Two bio-energy therapists, with more than 20 years’ experience, are holding two clinics, in Ballina Community Centre and the Welcome Inn Hotel, Castlebar, on Monday (March 3).

Get healthy and stay healthy — listen to leading nutritionist

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Is stress making you put on weight? Do you think your hormones are out of kilter? Do you feel you need to get a grip on your life? Help and advice is coming to Galway.

Ease anxiety and stress with Care Cure acupuncture

Overcoming the stresses and strains of daily life can be draining at best. Sometimes it becomes just too much and we feel anxious, frightened, and generally low. In times of great anxiety our qi (vital energy) cannot flow freely and is likely to become blocked.

NUI Galway researchers publish new findings on the brain’s marijuana-like chemicals in stress-pain interactions

New findings investigating the influence of a stress-sensitive genetic background on pain have been published in the leading journal in the field Pain, by NUI Galway researchers. The work, funded by Science Foundation Ireland and the Irish Research Council, was carried out by Dr David Finn and his research team in Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Centre for Pain Research and Galway Neuroscience Centre at the National Centre for Biomedical Engineering Science, NUI Galway.

Ease anxiety and sress with Care Cure acupuncture

Overcoming the stresses and strains of daily life can be draining at best. Sometimes it becomes just too much and we feel anxious, frightened and generally low. In times of great anxiety our Qi (vital energy) cannot flow freely and is likely to become blocked.

How stress affects our body

Acute stress is a response to imminent danger, it turbocharges the system with powerful hormones that can damage the cardiovascular system. Chronic stress is caused by constant emotional pressure. It produces hormones that weaken the immune system and damage bones. The stress response begins in the brain, when a threat is detected a number of structures including the hypothalamus, amygdala, and pituitary gland go on alert, they exchange information with each other and then send signalling hormones and nerve impulses to the rest of the body, to prepare for the flight. The body then unleashes a flood of hormones. It is essential that stress related symptoms are confronted in the proper manner to avoid disease setting in.

Learn how to beat stress

People can learn how to control stress at free weekly classes being given by the HSE West in the city.

How stress affects our body

Acute stress is a response to imminent danger, it turbocharges the system with powerful hormones that can damage the cardiovascular system. Chronic stress is caused by constant emotional pressure. It produces hormones that weaken the immune system and damage bones. The stress response begins in the brain, when a threat is detected a number of structures including the hypothalamus, amygdala, and pituitary gland, go on alert, they exchange information with each other and then send signalling hormones and nerve impulses to the rest of the body, to prepare for the flight. The body then unleashes a flood of hormones. It is essential that stress related symptoms are confronted in the proper manner to avoid disease setting in.

Nutritional therapy training in the west

Sometimes I feel quite anxious for no particular reason, can this be helped by good nutrition?

 

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