Our modern world is undeniably stressful. Each day brings unsettling news, worrisome events, or potential new disasters. It is no wonder so many people feel anxious. The stress we feel on a day-to-day basis is more than negative emotion. It has been linked with a variety of health and behavioral problems ranging from headaches, sleep problems, fatigue, anxiety, and irritability to digestive disorders and depression.

The long-term consequences of stress can be even more serious, taking a toll on every major body system as well as our mental health. If you are suffering from severe or chronic stress, it is time to release it. Hypnosis for stress can help calm your mind, body, and spirit.

The Stress of Modern Life

You might feel like stress is a natural part of modern life. The weight of the world is pressing down on you, and you feel alone. You are not alone, however. That mile-long to-do list, the endless chirping of your phone, the alarms, the updates, the deadlines, the lack of energy: Many of us are facing similar crunches.

According to one report, about a third of people in more than 140 countries, including the U.K., the U.S., and India, report feeling stress. The report found that levels of stress, worry, and sadness were all high. In Australia, more than nine out of 10 adults feel stressed in at least one major part of their lives, and half feel extremely stressed.

Our bodies are uniquely equipped to manage stress. We are hardwired to respond to stressful stimuli in a way that keeps us safe. Unfortunately, the kind of chronic, unrelenting stress we experience today is a far cry from the periodic stresses our ancestors experienced. We have few “down” periods when our bodies can return to equilibrium. That means we need to be more proactive about managing stress. Stress relief hypnosis can be profoundly beneficial whether you are dealing with occasional acute stress or severe chronic stress.

Hypnosis for Stress Management

Stress is a physical response, but it has a mental component. Worries, anxieties, and negative thinking patterns can all affect if and how well you manage the stress in your life. By taking control of your thoughts, you can take control of your stress. It is not always easy to take control of your thoughts, which is where self hypnosis for stress relief can help.

Stress relief hypnosis opens the subconscious mind and empowers it to combat stress more effectively. Stress comes in two forms: external stress and internal stress. External stress is fairly easy to recognize: work pressure, financial difficulty, family problems, emotional trauma, or personal loss. Internal stress can go missed a lot more easily, Internal stress comes from us and can include:

  • Perfectionism
  • Self-doubt
  • Pessimism
  • Loneliness
  • Worry
  • Negativity

Both forms of stress can cause physical and emotional symptoms and lead to difficulty functioning.

Hypnosis for stress can free your mind and body. Your brain is remarkably adaptable, and hypnosis can help you teach it new ways of thinking. You can learn to reframe your stressful experiences, tap into positive thinking skills, and find new ways of approaching old problems. Instead of becoming overwhelmed by your stress, you will be able to adapt and tackle it from a new vantage point.

Using Self Hypnosis for Stress Relief

Because using hypnosis for stress management is naturally relaxing, it is also extremely effective. With hypnosis, the subconscious mind is more open to accepting new information and make powerful changes. You can release negativity and develop strategies that help you manage stress more efficiently. You will feel calmer, more relaxed, and better able to establish healthy boundaries.

At Renewed Edge, we can give you the tools you need to release the stress in your life and embrace your inner calm. With our powerful hypnosis techniques, you can learn to relax deeply, develop healthy coping mechanisms, and stay calm and centered in the middle of emotional storms. Our certified hypnotherapist is ready to help you learn to use hypnosis for stress. Call us today to schedule your hypnotherapy consultation.