We are a stressed out bunch right now and this really affects our pain levels.
I usually get an answer of ‘no not really’ when I ask people if they feel stressed.
But when we dig a bit deeper and see that they are travelling two hours plus too work, sitting at a desk or performing a physical job for eight hours plus, dealing with a difficult boss, client or work colleague all day, racing home to take the kids to their sports clubs and maybe missing dinner, hitting the gym for a hectic hour, having a poor relationship with their partner, switching on the phone or laptop again to check emails around nine or 10pm and then wondering why you don’t sleep properly!
Well in these cases the abnormal has become normal.
When we become aware of how we act throughout the day then this can
help you change your habits which will lead to a better life for you and your family.
Learning how to relax takes practice, but over time it can help release tension in your body, calm your mind and improve your mental wellbeing.