Neurological and mental wellbeing: Not a one size fits all…….

Welcome

Dr Rachel is a neuro-psychologist specialising in trauma recovery and wellbeing in those with chronic or neurological conditions. Her research and development of wellbeing strategies has come from her personal experience and working with those most affected. She is passionate about developing strategies and programmes focused on creating the best life no matter what stage an individual is at.

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global morbidity due to neurological disorders

Why DR Rachel...

Dr Rachel is a neuro-psychologist specialising in trauma, recovery and wellbeing in those with chronic or neurological conditions. She also supports people in whole life transformations.

Her research and development of wellbeing strategies has come from her personal experience and working with those most affected. She is passionate about developing strategies and programmes focused on creating the best life no matter what stage an individual.

Neurological wellbeing

Is dependent on so many factors. There are no one size fits all solutions when dealing with the brain and the central nervous system.

 

How is this wellbeing work different?

Completely ethical and respectful approach

Whole life transformations

360 degree bespoke programmes based upon individual need not practitioner orders

Programmes underpinned with knowledge that mind, body and brain combine to create wellness

Programmes delivered according to individual need with options including one to one, remote and membership

Programmes based on empirical evidence and research. What works and works well.

Focus on anxiety

Anxiety is a very real, very debilitating and an extremely prevalent condition within the lives of many. It is exhausting to manage so if you feel affected then try to reach out to access support. It isn’t a sign of weakness or failure to ask for help, in fact it is the opposite.

Anxiety itself is information that there could be or have been in-balances within either the internal or external world or perhaps both, so it could be useful to look at the lifestyle as a whole to see where potential changes could be made to bring that balance back.

Remember anxiety is one of the most widely felt conditions with 1 in 5 people experiencing it at some point in their life. The more we can accept that it may be affecting us then the more likely we are to put positive coping strategies into place.

Recognising anxiety is the first step in being able to reduce it within our lives. There is help available, never be too afraid to reach out to access it.

Tips to reduce anxiety
  • Look after your physical health the best you can by getting restful sleep, eating well and doing some exercise – just enough to raise the heart-beat for 20 minutes will have a positive affect!

  • Talking it out can be useful, just by externalising some of the worry, stress and challenges that you may have.

  • Keeping a journal can also help, like talking it out, writing it out can be a useful way of getting worries out of the body.

  • Taking 7 deep breaths in through the nose and out through the mouth calms the central nervous system and helps to dissolve some of the more harmful symptoms of anxiety.

  • Trying yoga, meditation or visualisation exercises are all useful ways of calming the mind and the body down

Homeopathic remedies are also extremely useful if helping and supporting the body to re- balance and re-set to promote equilibrium in all vital systems.

Anxiety triggers to avoid

People with anxiety disorders frequently have intense, excessive and persistent worry and fear about everyday situations. Often, anxiety disorders involve repeated episodes of sudden feelings of intense anxiety and fear or terror that reach a peak within minutes (panic attacks).

Anxiety can manifest for many different reasons 

  • Prolonged, chronic illnesses

  • Continued exposure to trigger events

  • Childhood abuse, trauma or neglect

  • Current issues or problems in life, such as being out of work, working too many hours, poverty,

feeling lonely or isolated, being bullied or harassed, feeling under too much stress or pressure ….. the list can be endless.

Some types of food and drink can also trigger anxiety: alcohol, caffeine and sugar plus a diet high in processed foods, can all either start or exacerbate anxiety disorders. They may seem that they can be a good short-term strategy in managing anxiety, however over the medium to long term nutrition can be seen to be key in both managing and depleting anxiety.

It’s common for anxiety to be experienced alongside other neurological and mental health conditions as well as being a huge part of life for those with physical challenges.

Life Transformation Programmes

 

 

Anxiety Management Programme

Available in the free Recovery Programme - complete contact form below for password

Be Happy

coming soon...

Chronic Conditions Neurological Support Programme

coming soon...

The Love Programme

coming soon...

Neuro-Transformation Membership

coming soon...

12 month Transformation

coming soon...

Working with Dr Rachel can be designed to suit your individual needs. Her one to one services, programmes and membership services can be accessed in person at the NTA Clinic near Winchester, or remotely when that isn’t possible.

Dr Rachel can also provide enhanced programmes based around diagnostic testing, there is something to suit everyone and every budget.

Good neurological and mental wellbeing is not something that should be discounted in an ever-increasing stressful, polluted society. Get in touch to see how you could be supported.

Simply fill in our contact form…

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Disclaimer: the information supplied on and via the NTA health website is not intended to replace standard medical advice. If you have chronic symptoms of any kind you should consult your GP and follow NHS diagnostic procedures so that you have the option to take conventional medical treatment for any chronic illness that can be identified.

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