Successful treatment for stress:
Most of us experience some degree of stressful and anxious moments in our lives. When these levels become too high it can affect our quality of life, and ultimately the way we perform. How you feel is your perception to what is going on around you. What may be intolerable for one person may be acceptable to another.
It is important to recognise our own response towards a stressful situation and if required develop some new skills to deal with it. Business managers are now sitting up and taking notice of the fact that stress related illnesses are one the biggest causes of lost work days in this country.
Work-related illness costs somewhere in the region of £3.8 billion each year and it is no wonder that most businesses are now looking to incorporate some kind of stress management into their work place.
How can you tell if you are under too much stress?
There are many different forms it can manifest itself in; the following are some of the physical symptoms that may be stress-related:
- Racing pulse
- Chest and back pain
- High Blood Pressure
- Nervous twitch
You may find yourself depressed and feeling anxious, and taking little interest in life and what’s going on, fearing you will fail and dreading the future. Perhaps you may find that you are aggressive and irritable and have lost your sense of humour.
Damage to your health
The more stressed we get the more susceptible we are to its effects, thus someone who is continually suffering with high levels of stress can put their health at risk.
What can we do about dealing with stress?
Hypnotherapy is an excellent tool to use to help deal with stress. Using positive suggestions and visualisation skills can allow you to reduce your stress levels. Hypnosis and self-hypnosis are forms of natural healing of your state of mind. Anxiety and worrying come from the subconscious of our minds, so by helping you to reframe these thoughts and emotions with the aid of hypnotherapy, you can take positive control of the situation and reduce the stress you have been experiencing.
Another successful way to deal people’s problems is to use the changing limiting beliefs (CLB).
This is more of a training course of understanding yourself better so that you can change those old unwanted thoughts, habits and negative feelings, into becoming much more positive, focused in control and empowered. Link to Changing limiting beliefs course.
If you require any more information, or have any other questions regarding help for dealing with stress, please contact Rob on 01202 245020 or 07920 885015.
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