Anxiety

We have all experienced a level of anxiety in our lives at some point. We have probably all felt nervous or anxious about a job interview or a driving test. Perhaps you are feeling anxious about your wedding day or the arrival of your baby. You might be worrying about relationship problems or your finances.

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Insomnia

We all get the occasional bad night’s sleep but for someone with insomnia, they experience this all too often. Sleeping problems are a common problem and insomnia in particular is thought to regularly affect around one in every three people in the UK and it is particularly common in elderly people.

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Depression

Many people feel stressed and low at times in their life and this can often lead to depression. Depression is a common condition that will affect one in three people at some time in their life. It can be extremely debilitating and all-consuming, affecting all areas of our life.

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Phobias

There are hundreds of different phobias that people suffer with from the more well known ones such as fear of spiders, heights, needles and confined spaces to the more obscure such as fear of feathers, cotton wool and numbers. Perhaps your fear of flying has brought you to this page or maybe you are scared of needles.

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Self harm

We all experience stressful periods, painful experiences, upheavals and even trauma at some point in our lives causing us to experience strong emotions; ranging from anxiety and fear, to anger and frustration. These emotions are important to us and act as warning flags alerting us to the fact that something about our situation might be significant.

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Unwanted habits

Human beings are creatures of habit. The vast majority of our habits and routines are socially acceptable, make our lives easier or help us in some other way, and/or support our health and wellbeing. However, not all habits have these characteristics and can be detrimental to us in a number of ways.

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Chronic pain

Living with chronic pain can be very debilitating. It can affect all areas of your life and interfere with your ability to concentrate and focus on whatever it is you need or want to do. You no longer get as much pleasure out of life because you can't do the things that you used to enjoy doing, such as exercising, playing with your children or going shopping.

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Stop smoking

We all know the dangers of smoking cigarettes and its affect on our health and wellbeing. There are many reasons people want to give up smoking. There are the obvious health risks for the smoker themselves, but their friends and families are also at risk through passive smoking.

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common chronic condition which affects the digestive system. It is unknown exactly what causes it but it is thought that it can be linked to stress. Irritable Bowel Syndrome can be quite unpleasant at times and can have a big impact on the life of the sufferer.

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