Everyone naturally feels some stress, especially when faced with a challenging situation. However, we are able to manage our way through a stressful time with self-confidence and control. That said, it isn’t as simple for many people who, after a traumatic incident or prolonged stress, can feel an intensification.
The reason behind it is more severe psychological and physiological stress symptoms. Learn More
Common symptoms of stress are the heart racing, or the churning of the stomach or excessive worry, all of which can begin to interfere with a person’s daily life.
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71 South Street, Manningtree, Essex CO11 1DT. It's the tan-coloured house in the middle. It's a very old building, with a number of steps and changes of level, so unfortunately it's unsuitable for wheelchair users.
You may find www.transportdirect.info useful to help you find your way here.
Manningtree is reasonably accessible by rail – the station is about 20 minutes walk away. Intercity trains from London stop here twice an hour, with more frequent trains from Colchester, Ipswich and stations on the Mayflower branch-line from Harwich.
Buses run through Manningtree about every half hour between Colchester and Harwich, service 103 or 104. The bus stop is 5 minutes away.
If you come by car, you can park free in South Street right outside.
… and since we are on a navigable estuary, you could even come by boat – but take care not to get stranded here at low tide.