Tag: Anxiety


A Letter to the Me Who Worries

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A letter to yourself, some people might think that’s kinda strange. But I don’t. I’ve seen a few recently and it inspired me to create one of my very own. This is a letter to myself, the version of my that worries. Worry seems to be a thing I can’t always balance. There are times …


How to Recognise Bullying in the Workplace

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Sadly, bullying in the workplace is more common than you think. I hope that what I’m about to say will help someone out there who’s too afraid to speak up; to recognise what they are experiencing and remembering that it’s okay to speak to someone about it. There comes a point where being challenged becomes …


My Review of HAPS SuperFruits+ Boosters


HAPS SuperFruits+ boosters launched on 28 February 2017. It gives your body a lift of particular supplements that aim to affect your psychological well-being and general prosperity. The mix was deliberately chosen by a group of dietary specialists. HAPS enhances anybody’s general prosperity however is especially advantageous for individuals encountering low state of mind, stress, …


Nightmares, Migraines and Beta-Blockers

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Google refers to a nightmare as a frightening or unpleasant dream. Dreams are supposed to be happy and full of colourful memories. Nightmares are the complete opposite. Propranolol medication Whether it’s my mind full of anxiety or the propranolol medication I am on I do not know. But I wish they would stop. There are …


The Reasons Why We Should Pay Attention to Anxiety

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Anxiety hits us all at some point in our lives. I explore other aspects of anxiety here. There are different types of anxiety disorders. Each can affect people both mentally and physically. Have you ever felt a constant sense of fear? Has this lead to difficulty with your concentration levels?


The Thoughts in the Mind of a Worrier


I am definitely a worrier but I hope to work on that. Have you asked yourself ‘what if’ too many times? I have. It is okay to admit that you’re guilty of this. You’ve spent too much time worrying – and most the time you wonder why you ever did. You are bound to have your …