Hypnosis for Stress Relief - America’s #1 Health Problem
It works wonderfully well and can even help you to sleep better at night.
Surveys and research reports over the past two decades reveal that:
- 43% of all adults suffer adverse health effects because of stress.
- 75-90% of all visits to primary care physicians are for stress-related complaints or disorders.
- Stress has been linked to all the leading causes of death including heart disease, cancer, lung ailments, accidents, cirrhosis, and suicide.
- An estimated 1 million workers are absent on an average workday because of stress related complaints. Stress is said to be responsible for more than half of the 550,000,000 workdays lost annually because of absenteeism.
- A three-year study conducted by a large corporation showed that 60% .of employee absences were due to psychological problems such as stress.
- Nearly half of all of American workers suffer from symptoms of burnout, a disabling reaction to stress on the job.
- 40% of worker turnover is due to job stress.
- Workplace violence is rampant. There are almost 2 million reported instances of homicide, aggravated assault, rape or sexual assaults. Homicide is the second leading cause of fatal occupational injury and the leading cause of death for working women.
- Recent research has increasingly confirmed the important role of stress in cardiovascular disease, cancer, gastrointestinal, skin, neuralgic and emotional disorders, and a host of disorders linked to immune system disturbances, ranging from the common cold and herpes, to arthritis, cancer, and AIDS.
Stress is the Physical Expression of the Mind
Whether you have “the weight of the world on your shoulders” or whether your coworker is a “pain in the neck,” these statements reflect the reality of what is going on your body.
People who are negatively stressed are not very motivated, are not very productive, and are not excited about life in general. Who wants that?
The Power of the Mind to Create Stress, and Release It!
Hypnosis is a tool that allows you to tap into the power of your subconscious mind. In our stress reduction program, we teach you how to use hypnosis on your own, so that you can take “power breaks” throughout your day, which are as effective as a power nap but take a fraction of the time.
We also show you other powerful tools that you can use to release stress at any point of the day, whether it is letting unhelpful memories fade away, or letting yourself be at peace AND also taking effective action toward what you want.
Many people find hypnosis to be more relaxing than a massage. When you mind can truly relax, your body will relax as well, and you will notice that the stress melts away as the relaxation fill it’s place.
Hypnosis for Anxiety
For some people it is a daily pattern to have general feelings of anxiousness or nervousness, with no visible reason. Others experience anxiousness in certain situations, such as public speaking, dating, or test taking.
The cause of all anxiety
Whichever the situation, feelings of anxiety always have one thing in common: they are fears of something happening in the future. Some of these fears may be completely unconscious, and they “run” so fast in your mind that you aren’t even aware of them.
The great news is that a person who has anxiety also must have a great imagination! In order to have that nervousness about something that may or may not happen in the future, you have to imagine it.
Because your imagination is activated, this makes you a perfect candidate for hypnosis.
With hypnosis, we will now begin to show you how to use your imagination in constructive and positive ways, not the negative ways of the past. You will learn how to trust the process and to just let go.