As we approach the Spring equinox next week, the promise of lazy summer holidays lies ahead of us… we just need to get over the hurdles and stresses of year-end. Whether it is getting everything on your agenda completed before the December deadline, or you or members of your family facing examinations at school or university, things can be rather frenetic between now and then. Brains become overloaded with too many things on the to-do list, or too many hours studying. Here are 5 ways tissue salts can help:
- Mental fatigue often leads to forgetfulness or an inability to absorb any more information. Kali Phos is the hero in this department – keep them handy on your desk, in your handbag or pocket, and pop one in your mouth every time you realise you’re losing the plot. You’ll find your brain starts reconnecting the dots with more ease.
- Inability to sleep is sometimes a consequence of this overloading too. Here Kali Phos is helpful when your mind is overactive, thinking about everything you’ve been cramming, or have forgotten to do. Pop a few into your mouth at bedtime, and if you lie awake, pop one into your mouth every 15 minutes or so until you fall asleep.
- Anxiety can creep in, and feelings of panic. If this is happening, you need to add the Calc Phos in to the equation to bring about the balance. Calc Phos is particularly pertinent to growing children and teens, don’t get misdirected by the idea that it’s only there to fix bones!
- Lack of confidence, nervousness, butterflies in the tummy or paralysing fear all ask for Mag Phos. This nervousness can literally lead to tummy cramps or bad premenstrual stress symptoms (…yes, this too can become worse with added stress of work or exams). Using it will help to relieve the t.t.t.t…tension.
- If you are just plain burned out and fatigued, you can use the Rescue Synergy, which contains all of the above together with Nat Mur, Kali Mur, Silicea and Nat Phos. This tissue salts blend is intended to support your energy levels and stress coping mechanisms, and is great for grounding and rebalancing when the scales are tipped too far.
Here’s to a confident, motivated and successful end of year!