Nowadays, most people see training, nutrition, and other self-care activities as something time-consuming. But what are the things you can do on the day to day basis, without using up most of your wake time? Well, the truth is there are many small things you can do. These are simple things on a daily basis to improve your overall quality of life.
Digital Minimalism is the effort to gain back control over your attention span and spend more time on the things that matter. Give Digital Minimalism a go with these ideas and notice how much more productive and happier you become.
Stress is the most common culprit for mood swings. Lifestyle choices massively impact the internal chemistry your body is running on.
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
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.
Maybe you already suffer from low-level anxiety and your symptoms have ramped up recently due to worries about Coronavirus, or perhaps you’re experiencing new physical and psychological strains for the first time? I have spent years helping people to cope with and reduce their anxiety and the techniques I teach my clients, whatever the trigger for their condition, can also be applied successfully in this current pandemic. I’d encourage anyone who is feeling stressed or anxious, whether they are directly affected by Coronavirus or are just generally worried about it, to download my FREE anxiety release session and see if it helps.
Anxiety issues affect many of us every single year. Quite a few people try to live and cope by themselves, suffering from this condition quietly.
A normal amount of anxiety can be helpful as it keeps us alert to the danger. However, in excess, it can impinge on us physically and emotionally and have a considerable impact on our lives. In addition, difficult situations, or stressful life circumstances, can increase stress levels and bring on panic and anxiety attacks.
Hypnotherapy is a very beneficial treatment in tackling anxiety and removing the hidden causes. Under hypnotherapy, you can achieve a greater understanding of your problems and find new strategies of feeling, thinking and behaving.
If you would like to know more about how hypnotherapy can help you take control of your anxiety give me a call on (01502 587341) or email hello@KatinaChapman.co.uk