You are not alone 44% of UK adults are experiencing stress right now as you read this page.
Stress is one of the biggest causes of disease and illness, and it’s one of the most common problems people visit me.
Imagine feeling more relaxed, calm, able to cope better in an awkward situation, sleeping well with improved concentration, better interpersonal relationships and increased levels of happiness and accomplishment.
Hypnosis for Stress Management & Stress Counselling
Hypnosis can help reduce stress and bring about a calming influence into your life.
Through visualisation, you can learn to be rid of negative thinking habits in coping with stressors to help you cope with your stress and see a problem from a different perspective.
Stress techniques include a deeply focused, but a relaxed state where suggestions are made to the subconscious mind to benefit your coping stressors.
No matter how small a situation may be to other people if it causes you stress then it can be a problem for you and have a negative impact on your life.
Hypnotherapy is an effective to manage stress and achieve mental and physical long-term health.
Common Causes of Stress
Many events in life can cause you to feel stressful, and the way you respond to them can affect your health and quality of your life.
The level of stress differs from person to person and what’s stressful for you may be different from what’s stressful to someone else.
Stress is an emotional and physical response to life situations you might experience including trauma, complicated relationships, financial worries, workplace stress or many other reasons.
The initial stressful event may appear unmanageable unless you have the appropriate coping resources in place.
Too much stress can be detrimental to your health, well-being and unless treated could develop into overeating, increased alcohol consumption or depression.
Effects of Too Much Stress
Stress can cause many problems to your health, mood, relationships, productivity and quality of life.
- Changes in eating habits either overeating or eating very little
- Becoming moody, easily bothered and overwhelmed
- Upset stomach, chest pain, fast heartbeat
- A lack of desire to perform daily activities, energy loss
- Low self-esteem or depression
Reducing the effects of stress is important to enable you to take back control of your life.