Isn’t it time to feel calm, relaxed and confident again?
Do you suffer from any of the following?
- Insomnia or nightmares
- Feeling low, lost or in a rut
- A phobia, such as heights, flying, or meeting new people
- Getting angry or anxious too often or too quickly
- Symptoms of ADHD or OCD
- Feeling out of control
- High blood pressure
- Panicky feelings or panic attacks
- Habits such as nail biting or teeth grinding
- Finding it hard to stay focused or in control at work or at home
Stress has familiar symptoms. You might feel a tightening of the chest, sweating, a racing heartbeat, headaches, or perhaps dizziness or feel sick.
These stress symptoms are the normal reaction of your body to fear. When a person becomes anxious, fearful thoughts cause the body to release adrenaline and cortisol into the bloodstream. Too much stress can cause high blood pressure, illness, insomnia, angry outbursts, panic attacks and depression. These in turn can lead to relationship breakdown and lowered work productivity. We can also sometimes choose unhealthy ways to cope with stress such as consuming alcohol, drugs or comfort eating.
What are your ways of coping with stress?
Do you allow unimportant things to stress you?
Do you know how to relax on a regular basis?
Is stress affecting relationships, health, work performance, or your sleep patterns?
Help for ADHD
Hypnotherapy is not a replacement for proscribed medication but can help you discover how to slowdown your thoughts, feel more clarity and reduce impulsivity as well.
You will learn how to increase your ability to focus, helping you make better decisions and manage time better as well. Hypnotherapy is a natural and drug free way to help you feel more control over your symptoms.
Living with ADHD can make it that little bit harder to cope with stress and the daily demands of jobs and relationships. Hypnotherapy for ADHD will help you feel a greater ability to cope with the daily demands placed upon you.
Do you get panic attacks?
Panic attacks are much more common than you might realise but are rarely spoken about. A panic attack is simply a more intense experience of stress symptoms. These are often accompanied by a feeling that you are having a heart attack, that you are suffocating or feel that you might die or do something irrational or dangerous. It is important to remember that these accompanying thoughts are just thoughts and do not reflect reality.
I will give you tools to get panic attacks under control and I have successfully helped many clients free themselves from panic attacks. We will look at the root cause of your panic attacks and use NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming) and hypnosis to reduce your panic attacks and also increase feelings of calm, control and confidence.
Deal better with what is causing your stress
Consider new healthy ways to cope with stress
Discover ways to feel more relaxation and calm on a daily basis
Sessions will leave you feeling more relaxed and you will consider long term strategies to reduce stress, which will place you in charge rather than feeling lost or hopeless for a solution.
Do you suffer from a phobia?
I also help clients with specific fears and phobias. Common examples of fears and phobias are:
Heights, flying, water, wasps, vomiting, spiders, dogs, social situations, claustrophobia (enclosed spaces such as lifts or trains), committing to relationships, meeting new people, interviews, public speaking or giving presentations, sport or theatrical performance.
A person can develop a phobia of almost anything. If something exists, you can bet that someone somewhere will have some anxious thoughts about it.
Most phobias are really an intense exaggerated fear, which can result in avoiding situations or places. If your work or quality of life is being affected, it is time to do something about your phobia. Most phobias can be effectively dealt with in just a few sessions. During sessions, you will be safe in the consulting room, but your subconscious will be changing how it views your phobia. Wouldn’t it be great to feel free and at ease?