Top 5 Tips to De-stress It’s not easy for anyone in the world at the moment, and it must be a first world problem that we’re all getting very bored at home. Without our usual outlets and distractions…. Life has been challenging to say the least! No one’s mental health is improving. These anxiety and […]
Functional Medicine is similar to Integrative Medicine, however more focused on addressing the underlying causes of disease. Integrative Medicine takes into account different avenues of diagnosis – pathological; chemical; emotional. Briefly, we can divide underlying causes into three categories of imbalance; Tip 1 -Your emotions We live such busy lives nowadays that we forget stress, […]
The last year hasn’t been an easy one in Hong Kong. The uncertainty surrounding the Coronavirus, coming hard on the heels of seven months of protests, has dealt a hard hit to many people’s mental health. If you or someone close to you is feeling stressed, know that you are not alone. Everyone is […]
TOP 3 TIPS FROM A HONG KONG PSYCHOLOGIST Whether you are seeing a counsellor, psychotherapist of psychologist, right now we would all agree it’s a difficult time. Keeping out mental health in a positive state sometimes needs to be worked at however, so here are some tips. Psychology Tip Number One: Be grateful for […]
Isolation is an effective anti-viral measure but we shall always have some human contact (thank goodness!) and also the chance of picking up Covid-19. It’s important we look after ourselves in all ways during this coronavirus pandemic. TO HELP YOUR ANXIETY AND STRESS For more information, as well as some stress busting videos from myself, Susan, […]
Stress and Fear resilience Step By Step Guide: As many of you know, I’ve been involved in a lot of humanitarian missions after major disasters. I have very clear memories of how stressful it was a week after the Sri Lankan Tsunami. There were a few reasons for this, that where not only related to […]
Le stress, au quotidien, est un sentiment ressenti lorsque les gens sont surchargés et ont du mal à faire face aux changements. Ces changements peuvent être liés aux finances, au travail, aux relations et à d’autres situations, mais tout ce qui pose un défi ou une menace réelle ou présumée pour le bien-être d’une personne peut causer du stress.