Hypnosis has been used for many years to treat or minimise the adverse effects of many physical and emotional issues.
The British Psychological Society has recently declared that hypnosis is very effective when it comes to relieving many ailments including stress.
Having sessions with an experienced hypnotherapist can also minimise the other side effects of stress including insomnia, migraines, and even Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
Stress, especially stress which lasts for an extended period of time, can cause significant harm to the human body if it is not given particular attention in its early stages. Everyone has their own ways of dealing with stress, and you may even find it sometimes motivates you to perform better.
However, experiencing too much stress can leave you emotionally and physically exhausted, leading to problems such as depression, ulcers, strokes and heart attacks. It can also cause the immune system to weaken, therefore exposing the body to foreign bodies such as viruses. Furthermore, you may find yourself developing bad habits to deal with the stress, such as comfort eating, smoking, or drinking alcohol, all of which can have their own negative impact on your emotional and physical health.
Reduce Stress with Hypnosis
Seeing an expert at the Advanced Hypnosis London hypnotherapy clinic can help you to overcome stress, minimising its damaging effects and relieving the symptoms and issues associated with it. At our Harley Street clinic we help you to overcome stress by working with your subconscious mind to make powerful and lasting changes to the way you perceive the world, allowing you to effectively change how you relate to stress and the situations that may trigger stress within you. These powerful changes help you to take back control of your life, and have a happier, more relaxed experience of the world.
Yoga and mindfulness are both forms of meditative self-hypnosis to keep the mind in a state of tranquillity and calm. They have proven to be great stress relievers as well, helping individuals to manage their emotional health. Combining such meditative practices with at home therapeutic techniques and tailored in-clinic hypnotherapy sessions can provide lasting change and relief from stress.