Free Info Open Day July 30th
Are you interested in an educational program but not sure if it’s for you?
Are you or a loved one suffering with Stress, Depression, or Anxiety?
Is now the time to make a change?
The Fountainhead Method® give you new tools to deal with the stress in your life. Saturday July 30th we are opening our doors to give you a taste of what Fountainhead has to offer.
Feel free to bring a loved one for a free tour of the Fountainhead Organic Retreat, with an educational introduction to the Fountainhead Method® followed by a complementary organic BBQ lunch.
Please RSVP attendance to ensure enough food by calling (07) 5499 9519 or email Host5@fountainhead.com.au
Date: Saturday 30th July
67 McCarthy Road
What is Anxiety?
Anxiety is an overall mood condition that can occur without a clear trigger. Its symptoms can include panic attacks, shortness of breath, headaches, irritability, restlessness, loss of sleep, and often fear of negative events. Classic examples of Anxiety can also be ritualistic behavior and constant list making. It is important to note that anxiety is not the same as fear, which is an emotional response to an anticipated threat. Also, fear is related to the fight or flight response whereas anxiety is related to situations perceived as uncontrollable or unavoidable. Essentially, Anxiety occurs as a result of a perceived need to control future events and avoid disaster. [Read More]
What is Depression?
In today’s world, all of us have had experience with depression. We have felt its effects personally or seen friends and loved ones suffer. It’s become the problem of our age but who actually knows what it is?
Well, first of all depression is not the problem it is the symptom. It is an indication that our methods to deal with stress needs to change and education is needed to change how we react to the ups and downs of life. The signs of depression are intense hopelessness and dejection, sadness, emptiness and usually accompanied by emotions of guilt, loss of energy, and a loss of interest in pursuing a life.
On top of that depression sufferers tend to turn to drugs and alcohol, which adds to the problem and further distracts from the actual cause. [Read More]