Stress is the most common culprit for mood swings. Lifestyle choices massively impact the internal chemistry your body is running on.
Although mood swings are common, we aren’t always sure why they happen and how to control them exactly. Sometimes the intensity of our current emotions doesn’t have an explanation, and we find ourselves questioning everything that surrounds us. By understanding your feelings better you can steps towards establishing control over them.
If you are feeling the winter blues why not try a little escape with a free “virtual” holiday and find your happy place. Escape is key to our mental self-care, and it can be good to seek a happy escape when things are blue – that feeling of “I just need to get away”.
As human beings, we feel the need to be accepted by other people, and this is why social phobia is quite common. It can create problems in circumstances that many of us take for granted like being at the checkout in a supermarket or even socialising with a group of friends. Social anxiety may cause countless problems within marriages, job and a person’s general way of life. Social anxiety manifests itself in various ways including talking when in front of people, reading out loud or writing whilst being observed, lining up in banks and any scenario where they are the centre of attention.
So why is it, that now this is once again within our grasp, as the roadmap out of lockdown begins, we suddenly feel nervous about being part of a big group or making small talk? My tips can help with post-lockdown anxiety
If you employ these four brain hacks and focus on your goals, you can take back control of your life.
Is fear caused by the pandemic ruling your life? In my blog, I outline a few ways that can help you to live free of fear.
Masks in and of themselves can be disconcerting suggesting the threat of infection and imminent danger. For some children, even the simplest of face coverings can be scary, as they fear what lies behind the mask. Some may already be wary from experiences with Halloween clowns or even face painting. A child’s ability to recognise and read faces is weakened…
Hypnotherapy can offer a targeted and personalised support to reduce anxiety caused by mask-wearing. It will help you rationalise your own mask-wearing and that of others, and help you function and live in the present.
Depression – are you suffering in silence? No two people are affected the same way by depression and there is no “one-size-fits-all” treatment. But hypnosis can help you identify the triggers and change how you think, feel and react, leading to a happier future. My ‘Brain Training for Creating Joy and Happiness’ program can help.