Reduce Stress & Anxiety

Videos Healing Thoughts and Mental Health

Leslie Perryman • November 1, 2017
Mountain Summit Sleep Story by Natasha Kerry
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1. Mountain Summit Sleep Story
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Summit the peak of a majestic mountain in this soothing sleep story. Not only will the mediative tones of Natasha's voice lull you to sleep, this story will also help inspire a sense of opportunity and success.
2. Summer Day Sleep Story
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This meditative sleep story is a journey through a summer's day. Fill your mind with warm thoughts and a sense of gratitude as you drift into a restful and restorative night of sleep.
3. The Light Within Sleep Story
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This sleep story features a sensory visualization filled with positive and uplifting ideas to guide you into a restful night's sleep. Each of Natasha's stories provide as an aide to help you naturally fall asleep each night.
4. Dreamy Tale Sleep Story
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Get cozy in your bed and unwind with a dreamy sleep story. This story was designed for those nights where you wake up in the middle of the night and can't get back to sleep; it can also be enjoyed when first lying your head on your pillow.
5. Confident Communication
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Not feeling properly heard and understood by other is a common trigger for stress, and can leave us resentful and unhappy. This session will focus on improving communication skills through developing assertiveness. Dr. Catherine will introduce you a script that you can try out using to help you to communicate more assertively and express your feelings effectively.
6. Manage Stressful Relationships
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The relationships we have with other people can be a major source of stress in daily life. In this session Dr. Catherine will guide you through an exercise on how we can establish healthier boundaries with people who cause us stress and limit the way in which these interactions contribute to our stress levels. The exercise will be mainly focusing on your personal relationships as opposed to your professional ones.
7. Positive Self Talk
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Stress can often make you focus on your perceived weaknesses and flaws. When you’re feeling stressed or overwhelmed, it’s common to end up criticising and blaming yourself. A way of building up our resilience to stress is to learn to recognise your negative thought patterns and actively work to refocus your mind. In this exercise, we will use the technique of positive self-talk. I will help you to identify some of your key personal qualities and strengths. All you need for this exercise is a pen and paper.
8. Release Tension in the Body
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One of the physical signs of stress is muscular tension throughout the body or in specific areas like the neck, shoulders, back and head. In this session Dr. Catherine will guide you through a Progressive Muscle Relaxation technique which will enable you to release tension in the body so that you can begin to feel more calm and relaxed.This exercise can be done sitting in a comfortable chair, at any point during the day, but it’s even better to do lying down, especially in bed at night.
9. Peaceful Mind Visualization
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Visualization is an effective technique for managing both stress and anxiety. With practice, this technique can enable you to achieve a sense of relaxation in just a few minutes - perfect for when you’ve had a busy stressful day. In this session, Dr. Catherine will guide you through a visualization where you can imagine yourself in a peaceful and safe environment, somewhere that makes you feel calm, happy and relaxed. The more you practice this exercise, the more naturally you will be able to imagine yourself in your peaceful place, and the greater the relaxation effect will be.
10. Mindful Body Relaxation
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When we are feeling very stressed, it’s easy to feel ‘stuck in our head’ and disconnected from our physical selves. In this session Dr. Catherine will guide you through a mindful body scan. This is a practice that aims to increase your awareness of the whole of your body to help you to feel calmer, more centred and grounded. You can do this any time of day, but you might like to try it when you’re lying in bed at night, or upon waking in the morning. Be sure to wear comfortable clothing.
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