Stress in Animals

February 24, 2016

 

A major contributor to dis-ease is stress which can come in a variety of forms.  Inadequate living conditions and physical trauma are clearly stressful for animals, but less obvious are invisible signs such as poor nutrition which can place stress on the immune system for example.  For this reason it is so important to look at all aspects of your animal's lifestyle, you may surprise yourself to find that you could change some things to benefit your animal's wellbeing.

 

An example:  If a dog is suffering with hyperactivity and showing related symptoms such as frustration aggression, energy therapies may help the dog to release past trauma and rebalance areas of the body where there are  restrictions in the energy flow.  However if the dog is on a poor diet with the wrong levels of nutrients and perhaps added colourings and preservatives causing a chemical reaction (like giving children sugary drinks or sweets) the dog’s behaviour is unlikely to change dramatically no matter how many energy therapy sessions it has.

 

Making small changes can make all the difference to your animal's life if they are stressed about something. Our job is to find out why which sometimes means you need to play detective and work out what has done it! 

 

 

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