Is your stress level skyrocketing? Does your to-do list seem unending? Do you often find yourself struggling with overwhelming anxiety? You might feel tired, burned out, and overwhelmed. Life is moving at a faster pace than ever before, leaving you with less time but more responsibilities. You might even have physical symptoms of stress, such as headaches and irritability. Hypnotherapy for stress can help you take control of your stress and get your head back in the game.

The Damage of Stress

Stress is a physical response as much as it is a mental one. It starts in the hypothalamus, which pumps stress hormones throughout your body to trigger the fight or flight response. Your heartbeat quickens and your breathing speeds. Your muscles tense, and your body sends glucose to them in case you need a quick jolt of energy. This is vital in case of emergencies, but in most cases in our modern world, the emergency looks more like a missed deadline or big client meeting rather than a close call with a hungry bear. Your stress response is chronically activated, putting your health at risk.

Chronic stress is associated with:

  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Acid reflux
  • Digestive disorders
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Poor immunity
  • Headaches and chronic pain
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Cardiovascular disease

The stress response is natural and difficult or even impossible to overcome through willpower alone. With hypnotherapy for stress, you can change the way you approach the issues that cause you stress. Rather than turning those unplanned morning meetings and late-night conference calls into emergencies, you will be empowered to face each situation with confidence and comfort.

The Power of the Subconscious Mind

The subconscious is a vast repository of memories, experiences, and thoughts. It influences many of our behaviors and actions whether we realize it or not. The subconscious mind drives our beliefs about ourselves and our role in the world. If the subconscious mind holds positive ideas about us, then it can push us to be our best. If it holds negative ideas and beliefs, then it may instead inhibit us.

It does not do this to limit but to rather protect us. For example, when you feel the heat of a boiling pot, you pull your hand back. You do this without thinking. Your subconscious mind quickly assesses the situation, determines the pot is hot, and signals you to pull your hand away. It does the same with situations that it deems potentially dangerous to you.

For example, if you have had previous negative experiences when speaking in public, your subconscious mind is going to work to keep you from speaking in public again. It will make your hands clammy, speed your heart rate, and send butterfly sensations to your stomach until you are so queasy and anxious that you cannot give that speech all in a misguided attempt to protect you from the perceived danger of public speaking. You cannot ordinarily access your subconscious mind, but you can with the power of hypnosis for stress management.

Hypnotherapy for anxiety and stress can help you change those perceptions. During stress relief hypnosis, you learn to relax deeply and tap into your subconscious mind. The heightened focus and deep concentration enable you to bypass your conscious mind. By using targeted suggestions, you can learn to reframe experiences and develop healthier responses, positive thinking, and new coping mechanisms.

Are you ready to work past those deeply held negative beliefs and empower yourself to be the best you can be? With hypnotherapy for anxiety and stress, the process might be easier than you ever imagined.

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Transforming Your Health through Stress Relief Hypnosis

Stress affects the way your body functions on every level and how it responds to pathogens.

Specifically, stress hormones interfere with your immune system’s ability to fight off infectious agents. Hypnosis for stress management has the opposite effect. According to a study, medical students dealing with exam stress who used hypnosis had stronger immune responses than students who did not use hypnosis. Students who used hypnosis for stress management more often had the strongest immune responses.

With stress relief hypnosis, you can calm your racing mind, reframe negative thoughts, and empower yourself to move forward into a healthier frame of mind. You can release and reduce stress in every part of your life and embrace a new life moving forward. Visit Renewed Edge today to learn more about hypnotherapy for anxiety and stress or to schedule your consultation.