Stress less!

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Stress less!

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If stress is making your life uncomfortable then it's time to regain control. This download is about helping you do just that…

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Stress is normal part of life. We are all equipped to deal with a certain level of stress. It helps us perform better and respond more quickly to situations that need our focus and attention. Stress is only a problem when it becomes continuous. A stress response should be an appropriate, fastresponse to situations that need our attention rather than a continuous state. Our body needs a break between challenges for relaxation and relief.

Unfortunately the nature of modern life means that all too often we don’t get those breaks. We jump from one type of stressful situation to another without allowing our bodies to recover. Stressful situations may be:

  • Work pressures

  • Relationship issues

  • Financial concerns

  • Childcare

  • Time constraints

  • And many more!…

Symptoms of stress can include:

  • Frequent headaches

  • Sleep issues

  • Constipation and diarrhoea

  • High blood pressure

  • Chest pain

Stress can modulate the immune response, and contribute to becoming unwell.

Fortunately hypnosis has been shown to be a very effective way to reduce stress. Research published in the British Journal of Hospital Medicine* found that of 100 patients 75% felt that their symptoms improved after 12 weeks of self-hypnosis.

Hypnosis works by communicating directly with our unconscious mind. This part of the mind is very important as it controls many of our habits and behaviours and the way in which we respond to stress. Hypnosis enables us to make positive suggestions to our unconscious so we can handle stress better and develop new strategies for the future.

If you find yourself under too much stress, download Stress less today and notice how good it feels to be calm.

 
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Maher-Loughnan, G.P. (1980) “Hypnosis: Clinical application of hypnosis in medicine’. British Journal of Hospital Medicine, 23: 447-55