9 STEP ANXIETY IMPROVEMENT CHALLENGE Posted at 17:34h in Uncategorized by admin 0 Comments0Likes Share Everyone of us gets anxious from time to time. You know, the rush you get when you can’t find your phone! That happens in a flash, you experience the symptoms for a short while and then life goes back to normal once you found your phone or the initial panic is over. However up to 40% of adults suffer from anxiety which is more severe than the instant anxious rush mentioned above. Anxiety is highly treatable, but shockingly, there are 30% of people not getting treated. I’d thus like to provide you with some information and I sincerely hope you follow not just 1 or 2 of these steps, but all

Corona Virus Mental Health Toolbox Talk

These are truly worrying times for us all. Whether you are worried about yourself, your family, your job, your business or your finances. In construction it is particularly worrying as many people can't work from home, many are contractors that don't get paid if they don't work and all sites operate on deadlines and can get hefty fines if they miss their deadlines. With all this going on, transportation are shutting, meaning people will find it harder to get to work, suppliers are stopping or slowing production, which means you might not get your materials in time and to top it off, the construction industry already has the highest risk of suicide - Three times that of the average man.

How to protect your mental health during the corona virus outbreak.

I've created a PDF document a couple of weeks ago which you can put up around the office or share with your employees via email. It's a short breakdown of things you can do to protect your mental health during these unsettling times. If you click on the image, it will open up automatically as a PDF document for you to print.


Did you know you have more than one brain? Your second brain is in your gut. The “second brain” or enteric nervous system (ENS) is a network of around half a million nerve cells and neurons and equipped with its own reflexes and senses. The second brain can control gut behaviour independently of the brain. Your grey matter brain and gut brain also communicate to each other back and forth thereby both can have an impact on each other. For example a troubled intestine can be the cause or the product of anxiety. Due to this interaction between the ‘TWO brains’, the gut can be triggered by emotional and psycho social factors. Most of the time this is true where the gut is a acting up but your GP


28 March 2020 marks 10 years smoke free for me! I cannot tell you how good that feels! It is THE BEST THING I could have ever done for myself. I can’t explain it and just like you, as a smoker, I didn’t think I could ever stop. Don’t get me wrong – I LOVED smoking! I smoked for 16 years. Secretly (my parents never knew, or else I think they never did). I had my days, weeks, months and years of only smoking now and then, only a few cigarettes, social smoking – but I also had my chain smoking days! Those were the days I was socialising, or on holiday. I also had my weird routines, which seemed completely normal to me! Smoking when you have a drink, smoking after dinner, smoking in the car, smo

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