Whatever the reason, whenever we feel less able to cope we tend to say we’re stressed. The physical effects of stress might include a lowered resistance to infections, gaining or losing weight, aches and pains which are difficult to shake off, tiredness, or a general feeling of being below par.
Often we trust our own resources, family, and friends to deal with stress. If these should fail, we can be left feeling isolated and vulnerable.
Quite apart from the effects on our body, stress also affects our mind. For example, we might experience intrusive and unwanted thoughts, loss of confidence, an inability to ‘switch off’ at night, anxiety, or panic attacks.
Stress could also make it difficult reach a particular goal we have set ourselves, like achieving a healthy bodyweight, kicking a nicotine addiction, or overcoming a fear or phobia.
Whatever the reason for our stress, hypnotherapy has the potential to help. But as with any of the complementary therapies, it’s important to choose the right one. So I’m happy to offer an initial session with no fee and no obligation.
Weekday, weekend and evening appointments.
Local home visits if you are housebound.
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