Stress and Hypnotherapy
Updated: Jul 10
Have you been feeling tense, anxious, overworked, overwhelmed, and on the verge of depressed in other words- stressed out?
Relief is available! hypnotherapy can help you to immediately destress as you enjoy the relaxing calming effects of the session AND sessions can serve to alleviate your emotional reaction to stressors in your life and teach you the tools you need to cope with and overcome stress in your life.
It is common knowledge that stress is harmful to our physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing. Considering our bodies respond to any threat physical or emotional; real or imagined with a rise in blood pressure, heart rate, breathing rate, muscle tension, blood sugar and inflammatory chemicals, it is no surprise that an estimated 60-90% of doctor visits involve stress related complaints. The good news is that we can train our bodies and our minds to manage stress and hypnotherapy can help!
Hypnotherapy is an extremely relaxing and profoundly deep state of calm. In the hypnotic state the constant mental stream of the conscious mind finally turns off. As it takes a snooze the subconscious mind is able to be contacted. In this state a trained hypnotherapist can remove any blocks ( past issues known or unknown, fears, negative beliefs, etc.) that are underlying or contributing to feelings of stress.
Through hypnotherapy as one continues to return to the calm waters of the subconscious mind the deep feelings of peace and wellbeing naturally transfer over into the waking conscious state. In the therapy you can also work directly to manage your stress response so that your internal and physical issues are alleviated. Through hypnotherapy sessions for stress you can empower yourself by learning tools to cope with daily and situational stressors in your life. You will be able to maintain a greater sense of peace and wellbeing regardless of what is going on around you.
You can learn more about how hypnotherapy can help you personally or other resources to help you cope with stress by clicking on the resource below for a free consultation.