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hypnosis for anxiety

Hypnosis for Anxiety

In these challenging and changing times, is the thought of self isolation or social distancing creating or worsening anxious thoughts or anxiety? Hypnosis for anxiety can help with anxious thoughts and anxiety. Face to face appointments available or remote sessions via Zoom can be arranged.

For hypnotherapy appointments for anxiety contact West Yorkshire hypnotherapist Jill Wilson on 078660 89909 for availability or book your appointment online.

Zoom/Skype Hypnosis Appointments

Zoom/Skype Hypnosis Appointments

Zoom/Skype hypnosis appointments are available if you’re self isolating or simply reducing your social contact. Arrange your hypnotherapy sessions via Zoom for therapeutic hypnosis without leaving home.

Book an appointment to access hypnotherapy without leaving home. Zoom or Skype sessions can be conducted at a time to suit you.

For a hypnotherapy session via Zoom or Skype you’ll need to ensure you have access to a webcam with a reliable internet connection. This can be via a phone, tablet or PC. For Skype, you’ll need a Skype account. Make sure you have a private and comfortable place for the duration of the session. Headphones or earbuds are also advisable.

To arrange Zoom/Skype hypnosis appointments, ring Jill on 07866 89909 to arrange.

Anxiety Help Hypnotherapy

Anxiety Help with Hypnotherapy

From time to time, anxiety is something that we all have to deal with. The festive period can exacerbate feelings of worry and anxiety with all the pressure to provide the perfect Christmas, managing everyone’s expectations and demands! With hypnotherapy, there is anxiety help available to help you regain your calm and control.

Indeed, a certain amount of anxiety may even be necessary now and then, in order to keep us on our toes and ensure we do our very best.

Anxiety is, in fact, a natural part of living and within limits is nothing to be worried about; sometimes it can add to our performance, keeping us on our toes so to speak and the majority of us can cope with manageable or average levels of anxiety, able to lead healthy, balanced lives.

An increase in the frequency and intensity of anxiety can feeling overwhelming and could progress to become a general anxiety disorder. When we are anxious, we worry and we find it virtually impossible to control this troubling worry when we have an anxiety disorder. Excessive worrying can be debilitating and physically and emotionally draining.

Excessive worry leading to anxiety might be classed as a ‘disorder’ when coupled with at least 3 of the following anxiety symptoms:

Feeling tired and physically worn out
Feeling tense
Increased irritability
Difficulty concentrating or keeping focus
Sleep quality affected – difficulties falling asleep or feeling tired on awaking
Nervous restlessness, feeling ‘on edge’

The anxiety symptoms and panic attack symptoms all exist for a reason; they’re the unconscious mind’s way of letting us know that something needs our attention.Anxious, panicky feelings are in fact only the symptoms and whilst they can make us feel awful, these feelings are not the ‘problem’. The anxiety symptoms experienced overlay the real problem and once this has been uncovered and dealt with, the symptoms can quite simply fade away as there is no longer anything driving them.

1 in 6 adults suffer from feelings of anxiety; panicky feelings filling you with dread, according to the U.K. Office of national Statistics. If you’re suffering from anxiety or panic attacks, you don’t have to suffer in silence, you can do something about it with anxiety help hypnotherapy.

If you would like to regain control of your life, learning how to relieve and reduce your anxiety with hypnosis, make an appointment for hypnotherapy to reduce and relieve anxiety and take the first step to regaining your control.

Schedule and book your appointment online.

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Reducing stress

Reducing Stress with Hypnosis

Today is “Bring your dog to work day” and there have been many studies that show how interacting with an animal is effective in reducing stress and anxiety.

Playing with an animal or petting an animal can decrease the levels of the stress hormone cortisol whilst increasing the levels of the ‘feel good’ hormone, oxytocin. Reducing stress levels stress can also have a beneficial effect on physical health. A 2001 study found pet-owning patients with high blood pressure were able to keep their blood pressure lower during periods of mental stress than those patients without pets.

If pet ownership is not possible, an alternative way of reducing stress is using with hypnotherapy. With hypnotherapy, you can learn to cope with stress in a different way through relaxation.

For stress busting relaxation session with an experienced West Yorkshire hypnotherapist, contact Jill and book your appointment.

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Hypnotherapy for Fertility

Hypnotherapy for Fertility

Stress and it’s effect on fertility

Here’s an article highlighting the problems stress wreaks on our bodies and for some  women, stress doubles the risk of infertility. We live in a pressured world and stress can sometimes feel to be ever present, looming deadlines and expectations to meet.

Hypnotherapy for fertility helps to reduce your body’s stress and anxiety responses, helping your body to return to it’s natural rhythm and reducing anxiety.

Contact Jill.

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/health/news/10717591/Stress-doubles-risk-of-infertility-in-women.html

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Zoom/Skype Hypnosis Appointments

Zoom/Skype Hypnosis Appointments

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