How it Works
Hypnotherapy is a powerful tool, particularly with problems like Stress & Anxiety and by using hypnotherapy, we can discover how the problem started.
This will help establish a way to remove the primary cause allowing us to change the automatic jump to fear that most stressful and anxious people have.
Stress is your body’s reaction to pressure received from certain situations or events.
A Clinical Hypnotherapist can help the stressed/anxious individual immensely with regards to improving their life and day-to-day living experiences.
We can successfully help change people’s negative perceptions in life, so they are able to create new thought processes and reactions by changing negative behaviours and habits which have or currently holding them back in life.
We can also work alongside the individual’s healthcare practitioners, by teaching the sufferer positive coping and relaxation techniques which will help the client enormously.
Stress can be in the form of a mental, physical or an emotional reaction, and everyone in their lifetime will feel and experience stress at some stage in their life.
Unfortunately, stress and anxiety is a common factor in today’s fast paced environment referring to two things.
- A psychological perception of the pressure
- The bodies response to it
It creates a feeling of emotional or physical tension and can come from any event or thought that makes you feel frustrated, angry, or nervous.
Possible short-term causes of stress & anxiety can be:
- Relationship conflicts
- Drugs, substance abuse
- Health issues, injuries, medical conditions etc
- Environmental stresses
- Family or home base stresses
- Childhood abuse
- Work based stresses
- Experiencing a traumatic event
In the clinical office setting, symptoms associated with stress and anxiety can be greatly helped, however in some cases, it may not be a substitute for medical treatment.
If so, as a useful and effective supplement, hypnotherapy can work successfully with stress by alongside a client’s healthcare G/P practitioner.
As the mind and body greatly affect each other, in hypnotherapy the person as a whole enormously benefits by this holistic approach and most people feel some benefit from hypnotherapy immediately.