Stress Management and Anxiety Help with Hypnosis
Is a faster pace of life right for us and do we just go along with it because that is the way technology is taking us?
“Our minds and bodies are not like a piece of technology that can suddenly be cranked up to match the innovations in the commercial world”.
Faster internet access and quicker response times has not led to human beings stepping up a gear to match these developments. In the short-term we mahy be taking matters in our stride but what are the long-term effects of this increase in the expectancy and pace of life?
Some people are finding it harder to cope and eventually they just stop. They mayh have a nervous breakdown or in a fit of temper (built up stress or anxiety) they resign from their job.
Yet there can be a gap between what we expect of ourselves and our performance in comparison to these technological leaps. Even our employers can get caught up in the hype. They might expect unrealistic increases in workers effectiveness and efficiency.
As a result of these technological efficiency improvements and as expectations grow of life becoming faster, some people can forget to slow down enough to look after their own needs. In fact speed does not always equate to efficiency. Sometimes, just like them, you can just find yourself running on empty. In other words you feel tired or even exhausted most of the time but you still keep going.
Exhaustion, buth physical and mental, leads invariably to stress. Stress is a state that can be beneficial but an excess of prolonged stress can be detrimental to the human mind and body.
Stress & Anxiety
Prolonged stress or anxiety, if left unchecked, can lead to physical issues such as ulcers, eczema, psoriasis, acid reflux and high blood pressure to name but a few. Excess stress tends to be a de-motivator and you may find yourself making excuses to get out of doing something you no longer have the energy of will to tackle.
Hypnotherapy can provide the solution to recovering a better quality of life and a sense of well-being. Self hypnosis, which is a relaxation method, can release excess stress and anxiety and prevent the build-up of problems resulting from prolonged stress.
For busy people for whom time is a precious resource, self hypnosis can be used in 5 minute per day to achieve lasting harmony and balance. Self hypnosis brings with it a wonderful state of relaxation and calmness. Feeling calmer more of time will help you cope with the pace of life and make better decisions too.
Once learned, self hypnosis and the wonderful sense of peace and tranquility experienced through it, can become a regular habit that helps you perform at your peak with energy and healthier self confidence.
Feel More Relaxed
If you want to destress your life, release anxiety and tension and feel calmer and more relaxed, consider learning self hypnosis. You’ll be glad you did and as it usually takes one session of hypnotherapy to learn, you can soon be enjoying a life where you feel empowered and in control more of the time.
Steven Harold Hypnotherapist London and Essex