Talkspace is a company that involves the nurturance of peoples souls as their broken pieces are put back together at the efforts of a psychological analyst. These pieces can be hard to puzzle back together due to the heavy chains of stress one can endure on a daily and even hourly basis. These constraints have an effect on the body that many may turn a blind eye to.
The body can fill with stress hormones of cortisol and adrenaline which deplete the immune systems while causing the heart to work harder than it has to in order to excert blood throughout the bloodstream. This can trigger muscular discomfort as the hormones constrict the muscle tissues, therefore making them tighter than is necessary. This tension in the human muscular system can also cause rapid breathing, hyperventilation in the respiratory organs, and ultimately it can cause an onset of severe panic attacks in the stressed out sentient being. The purpose of stress in most cases is to enact the survival tactics interwoven in the lower forms of human consciousness located at the reptilian part of the brain.
However, since there is normally no consistent exposure to the volatile experiences in which the stress hormone would prove useful to the survival of the participant when a stressful situation does present itself, this can damage the bodily functions of the subject. Therefore since such an atrocity can harm a person and let’s say a person who does not feel comfortable talking in a physical office, what can be done about it.
The relevant suggestion is basic and precise, and that is to introduce the subject to Talkspace, where the people who work there are a group of dedicated and legitimate individuals who love and believe in what it is they do. Many workers in the business system also exclaim that they can sense a closer connection with their prospects than they would in a traditional office setting. A participant who conducts therapy on what it is that is causing the stress may find alleviation in their symptoms after all.
SWball May 1, 2018
Posted In: Personality Disorder