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The Calmness Crunch – Three Quarters Of Brits Craving Calmness after 18 Months of Struggles.

 

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The Daily Express

Half of adults who felt heightened feelings of “unease” during the last 18 months admit they found their PARTNER the hardest person to open up to. A study of 2,000 adults found three-quarters have struggled with worry and apprehension – with 18-24-year-olds suffering the most.

 

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The Sun

The study, commissioned by cannabis healthcare company CiiTECH, found 45 per cent of those who have felt worried have been unable to go about their day-to-day lives while 51 per cent claim ordinary tasks have seemed bigger than they really are. 

 

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The Daily Star

Following the findings, CiiTECH, the consumer-focused cannabis healthcare company behind UK CBD brand Provacan, teamed up with Britain’s Got Talent artist Nathan Wyburn to bring these feelings to life, visually showcasing the transition from unease to calm through the medium of art, in order to help those who suffer share with friends and family.

 

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The Gazette

Half of adults who felt heightened feelings of ‘unease’ during the last 18 months admitted they found their partner the hardest person to open up to

 

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Harbourough Mail

A study of 2,000 adults found three-quarters have struggled with worry and apprehension – with 18–24-year-olds suffering the most.

 

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South Wales Argus

“I asked people on Instagram how they were feeling and what they associated with different feelings,” said Mr Wyburn.

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The Mirror

Others said their unease has led to problems sleeping (51 percent), a churning feeling in their stomach (37 percent), feeling restless or unable to sit still (31 percent) and sweating or hot flushes (25 percent).

 

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