We live in a society where great demands of responsibilities placed on us. Today, about one in seven people are suffering from stress or anxiety at any one time in the UK. And while some people manage, more and more people are showing signs of over-anxiety, which leads to stress, which can make a significant impact on the quality of life and well-being.
You may be one of those people but are now ready to explore ways of freeing yourself from anxiety and living a fulfilled and happy life, free to do things that bring you joy.
Anxiety and stress can manifest itself differently for everyone.
Common physical signs of anxiety or stress are:
Common psychological signs of stress and anxiety are:
It could be an event that is causing your anxiety, such as:
Anxiety can also manifest itself in different worries; it may be fear of being around other people, it may be anxiety in specific social situation, anxiety in your relationship with particular people at home, at school or at work.
Anxiety is a fear or concern that is exaggerated, and is out of proportion to the situation, although sometimes it may not feel like this. The symptoms of anxiety with the stress response or “fight-or-flight”. This is primal response that protects you against threats in your environment, so if danger is present your body triggers a rush of blood to your arms and legs so you can fight or run away. It is an adrenaline response that causes your heart to beat faster, pumping oxygen around your body to those parts that need it to protect you. You may feel as if you are on high alert as well, unable to calm down or relax, your mind may race unable to focus or quietened down.
It is a normal part of the human protection system to experience this fight-or-flight response, but only when there is real and present danger. To experience prolonged fight- or-flight creates feelings of anxiety. It is often rooted in a previous experience that triggered fear or in a general anxiety and worry about your situation at home or at work. There can also be anxiety without knowing what is causing it, a general feeling of anxiety known as “free floating” anxiety.
So why is it important to reduce anxiety your life? What difference would it make to you? Research shows that prolonged exposure to cortisol and other stress-related hormones can cause:
HypnotherapistJust4You can help assess your anxiety, identify the root of stress or anxiety whether it is a situation, a physical issue, the past experience or a relationship. Then they will set you a goal asking how you wish to feel, how you would like to be, and things that you choose to do in your life if you are free of anxiety. They will then work with you to reach your goals using a range of different techniques.
After a session with one of our hypnotherapists you may feel more confident; more relaxed in situations that have previously challenged you many people say that they are calmer, and that they have more clarity of thought – able to make decisions more easily.
People who have experienced side effects of anxiety such as insomnia, find our sleeping much better and as a result are able to work more effectively.
It is as if hypnotherapy unlocks the potential you have to break free of negative thought patterns, and to react more positively and more confidently to situations in your life that may have previously made you anxious.
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