Stress can increase the risk of strokes, heart attacks, ulcers, and mental illnesses such as depression.
Common sources of stress include a person's work, life situations, relationships, major life-changing events and physical environment. These situations can include negative events such as financial problems, relationship breakup, difficulties at work or school, injury, illness or death and grieving.
There is a connection between stress and illness. Chronic stress can often lead to the development of psychological issues such as depression and anxiety.
Our stress can be handled in different ways, it can also be achieved through Reiki.
Reiki is a hands-on an ancient Japanese technique for relaxation, stress-reduction and healing. Subtle, yet powerful, it is designed to stimulate the body’s natural ability to heal itself on all levels - physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. Reiki practitioners work to increase energy levels in the body, restoring balance, health and well-being. In addition to its calming effects, Reiki is the best medicine for treating anxiety, depression, mental instability, grief, and fear. Depending on the heaviness of your problem there will be a series of Reiki sessions which will be followed by monthly visits to sustain your well-being and keep your anxiety at bay.
Reiki slowly becoming a more widely accepted form of healing. The hospital community has begun to recognize its benefits and as a result, more research is being conducted to determine the full extent of its effect on both stress and anxiety and other health problems.
Be in charge of your stress level, do not let it develop health-threatening issues,
Reiki will help to restore and promote your well-being!
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