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managing stress and anxiety

Relax & Breathe At The End Of Your Day

You can use Relax & Breathe to relax in the evening or to unwind before bed. It can be a great way to let go of your day or get ready for bed. You could use it when you get it from work, when your children go to bed, to help you unwind for the evening or before you go to bed. As you practice it, you can make it your own – fitting it into your evening when you can and for as long as you need it. Also available:Relax & Breathe For Pregnancy, Birth & Baby Just let me know if you have any questions.Janine – a specialist in pregnancy, birth and early parenting

managing stress and anxiety

Relax & Breathe For During Your Day

You can use Relax & Breathe as you need it throughout your day – whenever you need a couple of minutes to de-stress, to let go of any tension or just to relax. You can use it on the go, on the loo, while you wait for the kettle to boil, as you sit with a cuppa or as you sit with the day going on around you. You are relaxing your body and slowing your breathing – this can be done anywhere. As you practice it, you can make it your own – fitting it into your day when you need it. It can be used to calm any stress or anxiety and you can also plan it into your day – to give you a de-stressing pit stop. Also available:Relax & Breathe For Pregnancy, Birth & Baby Just let me know if you have any questions.Janine – a specialist in pregnancy, birth and early parenting

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Relax & Breathe To Start Your Day

Relax & Breathe is a great way to start your day – just a couple of minutes before you start to get busy. You can use it as you lie in bed, you can use it on the loo, you can use it as you have a wash or you could just sit for a couple of minutes. It’s a really simple and effective practice to bring into your day. And anyone can use it. As you practice it, you can make it your own – fitting it into your morning for as long as you need it. Also available:Relax & Breathe For Pregnancy, Birth & Baby Just let me know if you have any questions.Janine – a specialist in pregnancy, birth and early parenting

Relax & Breathe For Your Day

Relax & Breathe can be used throughout your day – for a positive start, to de-stress you throughout the day and to help you relax in the evening as you unwind for sleep. It’s simple and easy to do and you can do it anywhere. Just listen to the different recordings here and then you can download them to use throughout your day. Relax & Breathe is a great way to start your day – just a couple of minutes before you start to get busy with your day. You can use Relax & Breathe as you need it throughout your day – whenever you need a couple of minutes to de-stress, to let go of any tension or just to relax. And then you can use Relax & Breathe at the end of your day – to relax in the evening or to unwind before bed. Also available:Relax & Breathe For Pregnancy, Birth & Baby Just let me know if you have any questions.

Mental Health Awareness – Pregnancy

Pregnancy can be a happy, exciting time but it can also be a time of stress, anxiety, worry and change which can impact mental health. I want to write about this for mental health awareness week because anxiety, depression and stress in pregnancy can be very real for many expectant parents. It’s not all excitement for some pregnant women… pregnancy could be unplanned pregnancy can come after miscarriage and babyloss there could be health concerns there could be financial worries there could be struggles with change there could be relationship uncertainties there could be fears about the health of a baby there could be fears about childbirth there could be a feeling of being along and unsupported there could be pre-existing mental health issues there could be family loss or family complications you might not enjoy being pregnant you might be experiencing sickness or pain during pregnancy According to the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 1 in 5 women will experience mental health issues in pregnancy, with depression and anxiety affecting 10-15 in every 100 pregnant …