Stress and anxiety are becoming more and more common due to increasing pressures in many aspects of modern-day life. In a survey covering Great Britain, 1 in 6 adults had experienced some form of ‘neurotic health problem’ in the previous week. The most common neurotic disorders were anxiety and depressive disorders.
Heightened expectations at work, increasing money pressure and other personal issues. With the hectic nature of modern-day life, it can feel like improving the symptoms of mental health conditions is impossible. We have put together a range of products that will fit seamlessly into your life and are proven to effectively improve feelings of stress, anxiety, and depression.
Fisher Wallace Cranial Stimulator for Depression and Anxiety
- Proven, effective relief for insomnia, anxiety, and Proven, effective relief for insomnia, anxiety, and depression without prescription drugs and feel better in just 20 minutes.
- Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) stimulates the brain to produce neurochemicals such as serotonin, often referred to as the ‘happy chemical’
- Columbia University Psychiatrist Richard Brown says he has used the medical device with 400 severely depressed patients and that more than 70% find relief – about twice the rate of anti-depressants.
Natural Health Supports Weighted Blanket for Anxiety and Insomnia
- A weighted balnket that is proven to reduce stress and anxiety.
- Helps to ground your body during sleep by 'pushing' it downwards- a process known as 'earthing' or 'grounding' that reduces night-time levels of the stress hormone cortisol.
- This clinically trialled blanket replicates Deep Pressure Touch (DPT) therapy whereby firm, hands-on pressure is applied to reduce chronic stress and high levels of anxiety.
Beurer Stess Relief and Relaxation Device
- Stress reliever that uses heat, light and vibration therapy to relax and calm you.
- Features 3 different breathing rhythms for you to follow for total inner serenity.
- Regular and conscious breathing exercises naturally reduce your personal stress levels.