Seven years ago in the reign of the Celtic Tiger, stress was the buzz word: if you weren’t stressed, you weren’t part of the in-crowd and the new emerging Ireland. But at that time, stress had a totally different dynamic as it exuded a sense of excitement, adventure and living on the edge.
Stress that is currently being experienced is largely based on fear of the future, resulting for some in over-whelming anxiety and constant dread.
Eddie Hobbs whilst being interviewed on RTE remarked on the status of our mental health and its direct link with the downfall on our economic climate. His belief was that the stress and worry that families are currently experiencing are on a proportion not seen in Ireland for many decades.
Stress and worry in the workplace is escalating and affecting the health of staff and their ability to work at optimum levels
How can Iridology and the Clinic help?:
1. Firstly by understanding the person’s constitution and the degree of stress that individual constitutional types can adapt to the stresses and strains of the workplace.
2. Understanding through Iridology readings the areas of weakness of the body that could be triggered by stress. Once a person is aware of them they can take preventative measures to support the body. Also understanding the areas of strength in the body and enhancing them for support.
3. Appreciating the importance of food and which types of foods can enhance stress and which can help reduced it. Every one is different and through Iridology and Kinesiology we can make the small adjustments to aid the body and mind.
4. Through the help of herbal medicines that are specific for reducing anxiety and worry, the patients begins to sleep better and have a calmer outlook to the challenges in the their life. Testing which supplements and vitamins can support the body through Kinesiology is also part of the consultation.
If you know your health tolerances you can make the necessary adjustments BEFORE adverse symptoms appear. If you would like further information about your health tolerances call us on the clinic mobile: 086 0773742 – email: firstname.lastname@example.org