Discover Freedom with the TRE UK® Programme
The TRE UK® Programme is a simple yet effective process that allows the activation of neurogenic muscle tremors from the core of your body. A simple, empowering, powerful self-help practice that promises to be one of the most effective tools you will discover for self-healing.
We are all stress Buckets – and you will know when your Bucket is getting a bit full when you start to notice symptoms such as Anxiety and Depression, increased emotional reactions, lack of concentration or focus, and back, hip, neck or shoulder pain. In addition, behaviour changes and mood swings are common. This can create a downward spiral leading to deeper anxieties that can impact your well-being on a physical and psychological level. If unchecked, you risk relationships being destroyed, careers failing, and unfulfilled dreams.
Coping Strategy For Men
Stages of life bring different phases in health and well-being for men. The pressures of work, relationships, finances, parenting and all the other expectations you may feel under pressure to deliver. Men are impacted by menopause, too; you will find more about that in this article.
We work with some of the toughest men, but no matter what you do in life, you are only human. Your stress BUCKET fills as everyone’s does. One BUCKET management strategy is to ‘get by‘ doing what gives you a feel-good factor. That might be drinking, drugs, smoking, overexercising, eating, gambling, or other OCD behaviour. There is then the danger of building an addiction.
One common ‘get by’ strategy we hear of a lot from men is their concerns over the use of technology.
“Understanding Screen Addiction and Responsible Digital Use” offers lots of valuable information such as:
- How technology use has changed over the years (72% of adults now consider smartphones their most essential device)
- The impact of COVID-19 on screen time use and digital behaviours (smartphone usage in the UK surged by 30% during lockdown)
- Understanding screen addictions and how our devices affect our brains and change our behaviours (e.g. dopamine-driven reward loops)
- Helpful tips and advice for tackling device addiction, managing gadgets and internet use, and creating healthier digital habits.