Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)

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NICE (National Institute of Health and Care Excellence) have recommended EMDR for cases of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and studies have shown EMDR to also be effective for a range of other issues such as; * Anxiety * Phobias * Depression * Self-esteem or performance issues * Emotional issues such as anger EMDR sessions can last between 60 – …

Introducing the Curian Hub

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It has been one year since Curian Medical moved to our offices in Riley Street, Willenhall and what a year it has been! We have settled in nicely, the offices look fantastic and we are pleased to introduce the Curian Hub. We provide both serviced and self-managed office spaces, ranging in size that are available immediately. Ideally situated within five …

#menshealthweek

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15th – 21st June 2020 It’s men’s health week and a timely reminder to reach out to the men in your life to start the conversation on #mentalhealth

Mental Health Awareness Week

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Mental Health Awareness Week starts today and the theme this year is kindness. Be kind to others – after all it is free to give but priceless to receive! #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek #Kindness

Stress Awareness Month

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Tip 8 – Enjoy time with your pet Multiple studies indicate that pets are powerful forms of stress relief, lowering not only blood pressure but also stress hormones, which is associated with depression and anxiety, and elevating beneficial ones linked to happiness and relaxation. Touch and movement are two healthy ways to quickly manage stress. Stroking a dog, cat, or …

Stress Awareness Month

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Tip 7 – Ask for help When asking for help there are lots of options of support to choose from and different things work for different people at different times.  We’ve all heard of the saying “a problem shared is a problem halved” – If you are troubled by something, don’t supress it, instead speak to someone.  Some of the …

Stress Awareness Month

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Tip 6 – Get adequate sleep Too much stress can cause you to have a bad sleep, leading to mental and physical health issues which can, in turn, cause stress in daily life, leading to poor sleep at night. There are however a number of things you can try in order to get adequate sleep.  Remember, you might need to …

Stress Awareness Month

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Tip 5 – Take up a hobby Whilst therapies and medications may help improve the lives of many experiencing mental health issues, taking time out to pursue a hobby or leisure activity can bring significant benefits, regardless of what you choose to do.  Try to make time for doing the fun things you enjoy.  If we don’t spend any time …

Stress Awareness Month

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Tip 4 – Stay Connected A good support network of colleagues, friends and family can ease your troubles and help you see things in a different way.  Talking things through with a friend can also help you find solutions to your problems. If you want to improve your mental health and your ability to combat stress, surround yourself with good …

Stress Awareness Month

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Tip 3 – Maintain a healthy diet As we become busy and stressed we tend to make poor nutritional choices that can actually increase our stress levels and cause other problems too. We may do this because we’re in a hurry and it’s easier to grab pre-packaged food that may be less healthy, or we may do this because we …