Stress Release

Create Stress Management Skills Hypnotically

Stress has the ability to creep up on you, unwittingly, transforming the happy you into something you simply don’t recognise and no matter what you do, that tension and stress seems to keep on piling up. It doesn’t have to be that way, discover how to easily blast stress and stress-related illnesses easily and quickly!!!

Stress has the ability to creep up on you, unwittingly, transforming the happy you into something you simply don’t recognise and no matter what you do, that tension and stress seems to keep on piling up. It doesn’t have to be that way, discover how to easily blast stress and stress-related illnesses easily and quickly!!!

Stress is a state we experience when there is a mismatch between perceived requirements and our ability to cope. Stress is an reaction by a body to alterations in the environment. Stress response evolved to allow us humans to manage with life-threatening dangers or stressors such as being confronted with a hostile human or even a wild animal. Situations like this expected action – the activation of the stress response: to stand one’s ground and fight or to run away as fast as possible – the fight or flight response.

Nowadays, we hopefully won’t have to endure the same dangers as our ancestors, the world somewhat safer on a day by day basis, nonetheless the stress response to demanding situations we encounter is still with us.

Our mind and body still prepare for fight or flight when confronted with this equivalent of the wild animal. This is why we need to focus on our ability for stress management. The activation of the fight or flight response can come about, but we have no physical outlet. Being stuck in a traffic jam is a classic example: we can’t fight it or flee from it.

Another example might be an unfair encounter in the workplace where again a call for action might be triggered, but we can’t vent it by fighting or running away without consequences we would instead avoid.

When these types of events and more are endured on the same day, perhaps every day, the stress levels within us build, until that stress can damage our health because of the unceasing pressure directed upon our immune system.

The resulting reduction in efficiency of our immune system may then open us up to many unwanted symptoms such as yeast overgrowth, rashes, indigestion, IBS, headaches and migraines, diminished memory efficiency and a tendency to become negative and depressed unless a solution is discovered and healing is facilitated.

We all experience stress in different modes depending upon our personality type, conditioning and possible training. And it’s important to notes that stress isn’t always negative, we need a certain amount to motivate us to get going and achieve things.

Hypnosis allows an individual to enter a state of deep relaxation which in itself is a very useful therapy for combating stress management. It also allows one to become calm and focused, as all the parts of the mind work together and centralize on resolving the issue at hand. Hypnotherapy provides relaxation and is therefore highly therapeutic in assisting to eliminate stress.

Life is so much more enjoyable when stress is reduced and eliminated it becomes irrelevant and you can get on with your life.

Fortunately, this topic can be significantly improved with hypnotherapy and clinical hypnosis.




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Four 15-minute deep relaxation sessions for that mid-day ‘power nap’.

The Hypnotic Diet