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Use HYPNOSIS For Stress Management

It seems like everyone is “stressed” these days.

So much to do and not enough time to do it…

A little STRESS can be a good thing. It can even motivate us to take action and get things done, but TOO MUCH stress has a negative impact on our health and well-being.

“STRESS” can often be the underlying cause of mood swings, irritability, sleep disturbances, difficulty with focus and concentration, aches and pains, digestive issues, just to name a few…

Chronic stress has been linked to conditions such as diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular disease. When not addressed, stress may lead to anxiety and it can affect all aspects of life.

Since we can’t eliminate stress, what can we do???



HYPNOSIS reprograms your brain. As soon as you acknowledge a problem, (in this case stress) your brain starts looking for a solution. If you choose to ignore a problem and simply hope that it goes away, nothing will change. The first step in using hypnosis is to identify the problem. Next, we discuss it and make a plan. Now we can get to the root of the problem by accessing the subconscious mind. In hypnosis, we bypass the critical, conscious mind in order to interrupt the old, non-productive thinking patterns. During hypnosis, positive thoughts are “suggested” by the hypnotist and these new thoughts become part of your conscious mind. Productive behaviors follow productive thoughts. This is how lasting change occurs. Now you have established a new and improved way to deal with stress. When a stressful situation arises, you now automatically handle it more successfully.

BENEFITS of using HYPNOSIS for stress management include:

-Hypnosis is completely NATURAL and SAFE
-No side effects
-Complements other stress reduction techniques
-No needles or drugs
-Use it as often and as much as needed
-Encourages self-care and self-improvement
-It is a relaxing and enjoyable experience

HYPNOSIS is an amazing tool that can be used to help with many issues. Please visit the “Hypnosis for Health” section of my website for more information. You can also contact me by phone or email with any questions.
I am always happy to share more about the BENEFITS of HYPNOSIS with you!

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Use Deep Breathing To Decrease Stress

Did you know that simple DEEP BREATHING can help you MANAGE STRESS?

Scientific research is showing that a natural, potent source of stress relief is right under our noses!
Dr. Andrew Weil, a physician and founder of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona says, ” I think breath is the only function through which you can influence the involuntary nervous system.”
This is possible because slow, deep breathing activates the parasympathetic nervous system and turns down the sympathetic nervous system which is responsible for the “fight or flight” stress response. Although this response is necessary in times of trouble, it can become an issue when we are in this state for prolonged periods of time. We are not designed to remain in this heightened state of arousal and this often leads to health issues if not addressed.

We are able to access this stress relieving tool at any time, in any place by simply FOCUSING on our BREATHING. Here is a simple technique you can use to de-stress and unwind quickly…

1. Choose a COLOR that represents PEACE and TRANQUILITY to you.

2. Choose a different COLOR that represents STRESS, TENSION, ANXIETY and anything else you no longer want to hold onto.

3. Close your eyes, and take in a slow, deep breath. Notice how your lungs and abdomen expand. Imagine that you are inhaling the color of peace and tranquility and very slowly exhaling the color of stress, tension and anxiety. Feel your body relaxing as you exhale and let go of any negative energy.

4. Repeat this breath at least 3 times in a row.

Some other wonderful benefits of DEEP BREATHING include:

Practice this daily and you will find that you feel calmer, happier, more focused and less stressed throughout the day. This is a quick, easy way to give yourself a break, especially during the holiday season.