Dealing with distractions in the digital age

Thursday, 20 April 2017 00:00

The digital revolution that has occurred over the last 40 years has impacted on every one of us. These advances in technology have lightened the load in unimaginable ways and made our lives easier in so many different areas. But it’s not all good news. These same technologies have added to the pace of life and helped create levels of stress that would have been unheard of to previous generations. It impacts us on a number of levels and can lead to disrupted sleep, lowered energy, poor health and reduced executive functioning of the brain (poor memory recall, impaired decision making and stifled creativity) Our brains just don’t like it! This has led to an increase of stress related “illness” symptoms from neck and back ache to anxiety. Do you suffer from any of these symptoms?
  • Find that things take longer to do than expected?
  • Feel more awake at 2am than 2pm?
  • Wake up feeling as tired as when you went to sleep?
  • Working hard 100% until you go on holiday/take a break and then you go down with a bug
If you do, don’t worry - help is at hand! At this weeks session Paula Ruane from Ruane Bioenergetics will not only be telling us about the ways in which technology can have an adverse affect on our minds and bodies but also, more importantly, what we can do about it. Prevention is better than cure and she will talk to us about Resilience Training, the simplest, quickest and best way to relieve these symptoms by helping to reduce the underlying causes before they take hold. This will include a list of practical tips to help each and every one of us to manage the day to day stresses and strains of modern life.

So come along on Thursday and reduce your stress levels – the breakfast will help as well!

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