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Dealing with Anxiety

Dealing with Anxiety

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

Could hypnosis definitely work for me?

Could hypnosis definitely work for me?

Hypnotherapy is a commonly misunderstood practice – many people may think about the stereotypical swaying fob watch and the phrases ‘look into my eyes… you feel sleepy…’ when they consider hypnotherapy.

Far from being a sort of recreation, real a hypnotic approach can offer people with the opportunity to break harmful habits,

So how exactly does it work?

Contrary to popular belief, hypnotherapists will not send men and women to sleep.

Combating Anger

Combating Anger

As human beings, we encounter a range of emotions each day, and usually we are able to keep them under control.

However, for many people, controlling their temper is often very difficult, causing great difficulties in their life for themselves and people close to them.

Other problems such as stress, anxiety or even depression can also be linked with anger management problems, but all of these difficulties can be dealt with.

Anger can trigger quite a few of the physical responses that stress has – raising pulse rate, blood pressure and adrenalin levels.

Can’t sleep? Hypnosis can help

Can’t sleep? Hypnosis can help

Everyone needs sleep; in fact we all need 6-8 hours of sleep each and every night in order to function properly. Every so often, we can lose a night’s sleep but it can take a while to recover from it, but long term lack of sleep is just not so easy to get over.
Insomnia causes lots of people to miss out on much needed sleep. The worst thing about this condition may be the fact that sometimes there is no distinct reason for the sleep loss itself. Your bed feels comfortable, it’s quiet, you’re cosy and toasty and you don’t actually feel anxious, but for some reason you just are unable to get to sleep. Hypnotherapy could provide help to finally get some deep sleep.

Getting Back to Natural Childbirth

Getting Back to Natural Childbirth

Countless women like the thought of a natural birth, but the thought of being in pain for many hours puts them off (and who’s going to blame them). Even with practice and training, there is frequently an underlying fear that pain will probably become overwhelming and the planning will go out of the window. Hypnobirthing puts you back in control so you can actually look forward to welcoming your new-born baby.

5 Ways Hypnosis Helps with Pain and Discomfort

5 Ways Hypnosis Helps with Pain and Discomfort

How Pain Affects You People who are afflicted by long-term pain know just how demoralising and demotivating it can be. Generally, long-term pain is focused on the spine and lower back and emanates from the joints, and these are extremely difficult to diagnose. If neglected, the pain may become so severe that people have great difficulty with normal everyday activities…

Getting Over Grief with Hypnotherapy

Getting Over Grief with Hypnotherapy

At some point in our lives, we are bound to face some level of grief. A lot of people experience the negative effects of grief for quite a few years, more than they should. Hypnosis may help people to get over grief in a calm and genuine way. Grief is an organic process so it’s a good idea to allow…

Be the Programmer, not the Computer!

Be the Programmer, not the Computer!

When we think about our mind, we tend to think of our conscious mind and our subconscious mind. Your conscious mind is the part of your mind that you’re thinking with right now. The conscious part of your mind is logical and analytical. Everything below that is your subconscious mind. The subconscious part contains all the memories of everything you’ve…