Reaching for the Rennie?

Antacids successfully change the uncomfortable feeling in us but only temporarily.

Why do you even have a problem in the first place?
If you read last weeks post you may remember or already know a stressed person struggles to fully digest food.  Our body is getting prepared to run like hell……  and not producing acid to digest.  In fact, to be even more specific to the above statement of “Reaching for the Rennie” – “the chances of you producing too much acid even when you are not stressed is as rare as hen’s teeth” – Austen Burns-Jones – The Offensive Health Book
Great book a really interesting read with refreshing insights allowing us to take back responsibility for our own health and wellbeing.

The discomfort from acid indigestion is the side effect of rotting food. When acid production is compromised our food travels through the gut undigested, it is the acids and gases from this bubbling up that cause unpleasant symptoms.

If you are continually experiencing stress, consciously or subconsciously your body will not be in the right state for digestion to occur and your physical symptoms will continue.

If you know what your stress trigger, is and there is a possibility it will continue, ie work, family, finance, would you like help in managing this?

Could you imagine what it would be like to have changed in a way which meant you no longer reacted to the stress?  Could you get a sense of the differences that would happen if you are responding in a balanced, calm or even positive way to old stressors?

Some people don’t know what their stressor is.  Everything on the outside seems fine but inside they are not happy or keep struggling in certain area’s.  I work in a way which means you don’t have to be consciously aware of the problem, we can work together to help you uncover and change so you can begin to be more you again.

As a mind coach, I can give you the opportunity to learn how your pre-programmed thinking is causing your reoccurring problems.
Get to the root of it…….. uncover or just process without revivifying what it was that is triggering you.

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