About Stress

In 2015/16 stress accounted for 37% of all work related ill health cases and 45% of all working days lost due to ill health. With workplace pressure on the increase and an ever-growing tide of information hitting us hourly, a less than ideal diet and poor sleep can have a hugely negative impact on the brain. Nutritional therapy can play a pivotal role in our physical resilience against stress, supporting our health so that we are more able to meet everyday demands.

Nutrition is one of the keys to wellbeing of mind and mood; at the Brain Bio Centre we will identify any biochemical or physiological imbalances that may be affecting your performance and how you feel. We will then use this information to create a tailor-made plan to improve your mood and emotional stability, sharpen your memory and keep you in tip-top mental health, whatever your age.

Please also visit our Stress Insight Packages page, which is a specialised package for those under stress that entails a biochemical test to give you an insight into how your body is responding to your current lifestyle and stress levels.


“I was exhausted and finding life very difficult when I first saw Susannah. She helped me clean up my diet, kick stimulants and get my energy back. She has also taught me HeartMath® techniques which have enabled me to remain calm and focused during situations which I would have previously found really stressful. Using these techniques has also helped me sleep better, make better decisions and enjoy greater positivity in my life.”

RH, Sussex

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