Stress & Anxiety
Stress and anxiety can be caused by a single event or a build up of several events or even by pressure that you put on yourself.
How long does it take?
Generally two sessions (appointments set four weeks apart), however, it depends on the issue.
Common causes of stress:
- Relationship problems
- Job worries
- Money concerns
- Exams nerves
- Public speaking
- Death of a loved one
- Health issues
The physical symptoms of stress:
- Panic attacks
- Feeling light headed
- Chest pains
- Muscle tension
- Sweating (excess)
- Upset stomach
- Frequent colds and infections
- Shallow or rapid breathing
- Feeling tired
- Muscle tension
- Sleeping problems
- Lack of appetite or increased appetite
- Weight loss or weight gain
- Mood changes
- Loss of concentration
- Lack of interest
- Negative thoughts
How can hypnotherapy reduce my stress and anxiety?
Your brain is unable to distinguish between stress which is real or that which is created by what we are thinking, rather than what has actually happened.
Hypnotherapy is very powerful and can help you with your stress and anxiety as it is not generally the situation itself which causes your stress, but your reaction to the situation which causes you stress and anxiety.
Hypnotherapy can help you to change your negative thoughts and make positive changes in order to manage your stress by altering your reaction to stressful situations.
Hypnotherapy can help you to overcome issues such as:
Does the fear of giving a presentation at a staff meeting or to clients make your legs turn to jelly?
Does your mouth dry up every time you think about your speech?
Maybe you are the Father of the Bride, Groom or Best Man and are terrified of speaking in front of your family and friends?
Hypnotherapy can help you to overcome the stress and anxiety you may feel at the very thought of public speaking.
Exam and Test Nerves
Do you have an exam or test looming ahead of you?
Do you worry that you may fail and have to re-sit your exam or test?
If you experience any of the following symptoms, hypnotherapy can help you to overcome them:
- Butterflies in your stomach
- Feeling anxious or nauseous
- Dry mouth
- Trembling or sweaty hands
- Your mind goes blank
- Unable to concentrate
- Lack of confidence in your own ability
- A feeling of failure
- Excess perspiration
Nail biting can be compulsive and very often you are unaware you are biting your nails until you look down at your hands.
Mostly nail biting is used to relieve stress, anxiety, boredom and tension, however, it leads to frequent mouth and nail infections, dental problems which affect your teeth and gums, misshapen nails and bleeding cuticles.
How much does it cost?