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Mayo’s anxiety pill use outlined in new report

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Almost 10,000 people in Mayo are being prescribed anti-depressants and anxiety pills under the General Medical Services Scheme, a new report has shown.

‘Medicine for the mind’ promoted across Mayo libraries

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The potential benefits of using self-help books to address a number of common psychological problems such as depression, anxiety, panic attacks, and binge eating, are being promoted through a library book scheme.

CBTM for emotional and physical pain

Do you struggle with weight loss, stopping smoking, sleeping difficulties, or back pain? Has your obsessive compulsive cleaning, post traumatic stress difficulties, sports injury, panic attacks, arthritis, or chronic fatigue got you down? Medical treatment helps, but so does cognitive behaviour therapy with mindfulness (CBTM).

Combat depression with Care Cure acupuncture

Depression can be a particularly sensitive condition. If you have never experienced mental illness, it can be all too easy to dismiss this crippling condition as someone’s bad day. Depressed individuals typically suffer from insomnia, crying spells, anxiety, worry, poor memory, lack of interest, and stomach disturbances.

A safe and confidential space

Melissa Quinn is a multi-qualified therapist based in Ballymahon, Co Longford. She qualified as a counsellor and psychotherapist and is a certified Reiki practitioner. Melissa is available to assist people who are in distress or have reached a point in their lives where they realise they are not reaching their full potential. Melissa has worked with clients from a young age to beyond retirement.

Discover relief from stress and anxiety

Research reveals that responding to life’s difficulties by feeling overwhelmed and distraught, impacts on both mental and physical health. Now in particular, Irish people are searching for effective strategies to deal with life’s challenges. Undeniably, learning to manage stress, anger, anxiety are valuable life skills enhancing well-being and contentment.

Discover a new you

Stress, anxiety, worry, sleep difficulties are common concerns in today’s society. Amanda Walsh at Northwest Therapy and Hypnosis, takes an evidenced based approach; combining cognitive behavioural therapy and clinical hypnotherapy. This integration, referred to as cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy (CBH), uncovered as one of the most evidence based therapeutic interventions, is available today in the field of psychology and psychotherapy.

New Year, new beginnings

Research clearly highlights that responding to challenges in life, by feeling overwhelmed and distraught, impacts on both mental and physical health. Evidence suggests that the more stressed out we feel in facing life’s challenges the more vulnerable we are to colds, flu, and a range of illnesses. Stress and anxiety are prevalent in Irish society. Undoubtedly learning to manage stress and anxiety is a valuable life skill, enhancing wellbeing, contentment, and fulfilment.

Managing anxiety, stress and worry

Stress, anxiety, worry, difficulty sleeping are common concerns among the population. Amanda Walsh at Northwest Therapy and Hypnosis takes an evidenced-based approach, combining the two most powerful and effective psychological therapies, namely cognitive behavioural therapy and clinical hypnotherapy.

Improve health and well-being with therapy and hypnosis

Stress, anxiety, worry, difficulty sleeping are common concerns for individuals in today’s society. Amanda Walsh at Northwest Therapy and Hypnosis takes an evidenced-based approach, combining the two most powerful and effective psychological therapies, namely cognitive behavioural therapy and clinical hypnotherapy. This integration, referred to as cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy (CBH), is regarded as one of the most evidence-based therapeutic interventions available today in the field of psychology and psychotherapy. It is one of the most effective treatments for anxiety, stress, panic attacks, and social anxiety.

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