How important is your emotional wellbeing?

An incredible 89% of people feel their emotional wellbeing is now just as important as their physical wellbeing according to a new survey by BachTM Original Flower Remedies. When asked if there were any emotions they would like to manage better, low self-esteem and lack of confidence were some of the highest[i].


Unfortunately, 25-35 year olds are most likely to report they have feelings of poor self-image or to feel ashamed of their appearance physically[ii]. However, with the media becoming saturated with digitally altered images this is not altogether surprising. From adverts and magazines covers to photographs our friends upload online, people are continuously portraying an airbrushed version of themselves. Accept yourself with Bach Original Flower Remedy Crab Apple when you feel unclean or dislike something about yourself.


So how can we deal with our confidence and esteem on daily basis? Bach Original Flower Remedies have put together a few encouraging tips below to ensure we keep our heads held high and our confidence remains intact.


  • Stop comparing yourself to others, try embracing your differences instead
  • Respect yourself and the way you look
  • Stop the negative critic in you and try to have a positive spin on every negative thought
  • Try writing something good about yourself in a journal every day
  • Keep Bach Original Flower Remedy Larch by your side for when you lack confidence in your abilities


From the makers of RESCUE®, Bach Original Flower Remedies balance your emotions and allow you to fulfill your potential with the system of 38 flower essences for emotional wellbeing. They are the original flower essences, produced according to Dr Bach’s traditional methods, which date back over 75 years, and many of the plants used originate from the Bach Centre garden in rural Oxfordshire. Suitable for all the family.


Available from Holland & Barrett, most independent pharmacy, health food stores and, or, RRP £6.99.  For more information, visit


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[i] A Bach Original Flower Remedy survey of 2,000 people by Harris Interactive August 2014

[ii] A Bach Original Flower Remedy survey of 2,000 people by Harris Interactive August 2014