Stress and Anxiety

Stress and Anxiety, Hypnotherapy, hypnotherapist, hypnosis, hypnotistStress and anxiety is all too familar in today’s society especially with the increase in the use social media and high expectations coming from peer groups, society and/or culture. The impact is having an adverse effect of our mental health and our physical health too, if left untreated it can cause ulcers, high blood pressure and suppress the immune system making it difficult to fight off infection. Is your body showing signs of stress and anxiety? These are some of the symptoms, taken from the NHS site, for the full list please click here.

Signs of Stress and Anxiety

  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Racing thoughts
  • Worrying constantly
  • Sleeping problems
  • Sweating
  • Headaches
  • Loss of appetite
  • Muscle tension or pain
  • Increase in drinking or smoking

In the current economic climate maybe financial worries, job loses and other work related problems might be adding unwanted stress and anxiety to your life or it might be another thing that is triggering your stress such as social situations, exam nerves or worrying over a loved one. 

Stress can cause us to run away from our problems, make irrational decisions, behave in a way that is out of place such as being overly sensitive or aggressive. The good news is there is help, you don’t have to be stuck feeling this way, you can gain control over your life again.
Stress and Anxiety, Hypnotherapy, hypnotherapist, hypnosis, hypnotist

Using Cognitive Hypnotherapy we can work together to explore the triggers of your stress and anxiety giving you practical skills that you can use to keep your stress under control. We can also explore and resolve the root cause of your stress so you are permanently free to be who you want to be.

Stress and anxiety can have a devastating effect upon your life, so if you want to regain control then give me a call on 07879036424 or use the contact form here.

Testimonial

“Despite having to speak publically on a fairly regular basis, it is a part of my job that I don’t always relish or enjoy. Cognitive hypnotherapy gave me the tools to overcome my anxiety about addressing a large group of people and to do it in a confident and relaxed manner; the beauty is that the techniques learned can be used in a number of scenarios. My approach to giving speeches or addressing people at any level has certainly changed for the better, and I enjoy the process much more.”- HS, Managing Director, Oxford

A number of my clients have found the following book helpful, you might find it helpful too.

Please consult your doctor if you have a medical condition which may be adversely affected by Cognitive Hypnotherapy.

Michala Lota, Cognitive Hypnotherapy and Coaching in Leamington Spa