Have you ever wondered if the stress in your life is the cause of your ill health? Or, maybe you have no idea that the stress you are experiencing is causing your health to be at risk? Or maybe, you’d just like to see if you can add any further skills to ensure your stress is superiorly managed and that you can remain in good health.
Results of the Mental Health Foundation’s 2018 study
- In the past year, 74% of people have felt so stressed they have been overwhelmed or unable to cope.
- 30% of older people reported never feeling overwhelmed or unable to cope in the past year, compared to 7% of young adults.
- 46% reported that they ate too much or ate unhealthily due to stress. 29% reported that they started drinking or increased their drinking, and 16% reported that they started smoking or increased their smoking.
- 51% of adults who felt stressed reported feeling depressed, and 61% reported feeling anxious.
Working alongside the Mental Health Foundation, combining their research with multiple other scientific studies, I have been able to create a principle component analysis to support individuals on identifying their relative health risk based on whether any stress in their lives is affecting them: consciously or unconsciously. Once you complete this analysis you will be immediately sent a report of your health risk level based on your data outcome which will drive the format of the reports advice. All advice has evolved from multiple sources of scientific studies – all are referenced accordingly within the report.