About Adam Shaw

Adam Shaw grew up within the grounds of a Psychiatric Hospital, where his parents worked and lived. Since commencing his own career as a health professional in 1992, he has qualified in several fields of health, including nursing, Reiki, NLP, Hypnosis and Vortex Healing. During his career he has worked with thousands of people with health challenges, journeying into the deeper-rooted realms of wellness. He has now created The Secrets of a Cardiac Nurse - The Prescription Doctors Don't Give, a step-by-step guide to better health and wellbeing and now shares his learnings through writing, speaking and events. He provides on-line resources via his website adamshaw.co. Follow Adam on Twitter @adam_shaw

Stress Management, Obesity and Hypertension and How They All Relate

Watch a video by Adam Shaw about: Stress Management, Obesity and Hypertension and How They All Relate. In 19 years as a health and well-being professional there has been one common link in all illness. In this video I explain… – the link between stress, hypertension and obesity – how stress … Continue reading

Challenging Family Relationships

One of the most frequent things that I hear when I talk to people about loving yourself first is “How do I deal with negative family members?” This is a great question. There are no absolute answers to this but I will offer my opinion on the subject.   Every … Continue reading

Walk Innovation – Step 2

Recently, City Connect introduced Adam Shaw and Walk Innovation. Read now more about Walk Innovation. This week Adam Shaw talks about Step 2 and you can watch his video here: Welcome to Walk Innovation’s Active Energy System – Step 2: A technique to help you get more motivation, focus and health. … Continue reading

How Do You Go from Stuck to Flow?

When you start doing the more mundane tasks that have been building up it is easy to lose focus, energy and motivation as you feel yourself get progressively more stuck in unhelpful and unproductive thoughts. This can be debilitating and lead to stress, guilt and nothing getting done. When this … Continue reading

Living and Dying. Which Will You Choose?

Do you ever feel that maybe something is missing from your life? Life is a curious thing. When did it begin? What is really true? Do we live on in spirit once our body dies? Will we be made accountable to all of our actions at some point? What is our purpose for life? These … Continue reading

Happy New Year: Walk Innovation Can Be a Bridge for Sustainable Results

Have you made any New Year’s resolutions? Another year ends and a new one begins. There is always talk of new year’s resolutions, most of which will not be kept for long. Many a person has vowed to give something up, whilst doing it. I’ve heard many smokers promise to … Continue reading

The Single’s Guide to Valentines Day – Duck vs. Swan

Another Valentine’s day has come and gone. Being single, it’s always interesting to note what such a day brings up for me and my single friends. For many, they will get to consider whether they are the ugly duckling or a swan, just like in the story. Which are you? … Continue reading

Depression – What to Do?

1 in 4 British adults experience at least one diagnosable mental health challenge in any one year, according to mentalhealth.org. Furthermore, major depressive disorder affects approximately 14.8 million adults in a given year in America, according to the NIMH. What are the symptoms? Depression will often manifest as a lack of motivation. … Continue reading

Emotional Intelligence at the Work Place

Poor emotional intelligence at work can lead to increased stress and sickness. According to Mind, British businesses lose an estimated £26 billion each year in sickness, absence and lost productivity. With greater awareness and mental health support they said that businesses could save one-third on these costs – ‘a mammoth … Continue reading