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Eating disorders | IBS | Anxiety | Depression | Stress | Fears | Phobias
- Hypnotherapy eliminates negative behaviours and thought patterns.
- Overcome weight issues and eating disorders.
- Gut health – help heal skin conditions, IBS, inflammation.
- Reduces anxiety, depression, stress, fears and phobias.
- Re-wires negative relationship loops at work and home.
- Enhances confidence, self esteem, motivation and creativity.
- Help with public speaking, exam nerves and performance anxiety.
- Supportive during grief, divorce and bereavement.
If any of the following challenges apply to you then you’re in the right place!
Your weight is a challenge
You’ve recently become a mum
You’ve had a physical or mental illness
You have a background of negative reinforcement
You have so many clothes but still nothing to wear!
You’re peri or post menopausal
You’re job hunting or returning to work
You’re lacking in the confidence to progress at your business
Repetition and persistent support is necessary to be effective in working with substance abuse and other addictions. There may be changes in the way the brain functions and our body chemistry, therefore we have to be sensitive to this vulnerable time.
We look in depth into the specific addiction to relieve the unconscious feelings, releasing the pain and negative self-belief systems engrained. As a result it can change the addictive patterns and behaviours and we can help move life forward free from these associations.
The trouble is if these symptoms begin to interfere with your daily life or if they stop you from doing everyday things. If you find yourself avoiding situations and being unable to sleep or constantly worrying about things it may be time to seek help.
Stress and anxiety can affect us in many ways both physically and mentally.
Some of the more common physical symptoms can be:
Muscle tension – especially in the neck and shoulders, Stomach tension, aches, pains, Faster breathing, Sweating, Shaking, Change in appetite, eating more, or less, Fatigue, Trouble sleeping, Persistent need to urinate, Diarrhea
Mental and emotional symptoms can include:
Increased irritability Anger, Lack of concentration, Depressed, Memory loss, Clouded judgement, Inability to make decisions, Disengaged from social activities or avoiding social interaction, Restlessness
If stress and anxiety go untreated and are experienced over a long period there may be a negative impact on health and people are more likely to develop high blood pressure, heart disease, panic attacks and depression.
Depression and low mood
Feeling lethargic – can’t be bothered to do anything, Not enjoying anything anymore, A feeling of hopelessness
Continuous tiredness or lacking in energy, Not being able to concentrate on everyday things like reading the paper or watching television, Comfort eating or losing your appetite, Sleeping more than usual or being unable to sleep, Having suicidal thoughts or thoughts about harming yourself, Not socialising or wanting to be around people, Finding work difficult, Neglecting hobbies and interests
Low Self-Confidence and Self-Esteem
We work with our clients to improve their levels of self-confidence so that they can take on new challenges and deal with less favourable situations. We also work to improve confidence in specific areas where people feel insecure i.e. public speaking, taking exams
Self-esteem can be described as how we value ourselves. What do we see as our level of self-worth and it is this which then goes on to determine how we think, feel, and act. It reflects and determines our relation to ourselves, to others, and to the world.
People who have healthy self-esteem find it easy to treat themselves with respect, take care of their health and their internal and external environments. They are open to new experiences and can engage in meaningful relationships and can forgive themselves and others if mistakes are made.
People with low self-esteem find it very difficult to establish close personal relationships; they can be vulnerable to becoming reliant on external props for support such as alcohol, drugs or sex. We have seen this with certain celebrities who may be able to perform in front of others but go on to damage themselves using drugs.
We help our clients understand their experiences and work with them to make sure they can become independent, self-reliant individuals who can begin to interpret their experiences in a more positive way.
We have had many clients who have benefited from our techniques and have gone on to achieve better results than they expected.
Everyone knows that to be successful in sport you must be dedicated, train hard and be physically fit, but there is another element and that is successful mastery of your mind, ‘The winning mentality.’ Successful athletes have often mastered the working of their mind to reduce the psychological barriers which can prevent them from attaining that success. These could include doubt, worry, negative thoughts, and emotions.
There is an unprecedented move within all sporting arenas to deal with the psychological element and sporting personalities will often use psychological techniques to gain the advantage over their competition. Tiger Woods is known to have had hypnotherapy to help him overcome his inner state and create winning outcomes.
Our therapies can be utilised in a unique way to help you attain those goals you want to achieve. We can help calm nerves, remove the inner negative chatter and help you to get into ‘the zone’ so that you can be ready for the competition ahead.
Most people have an intense dislike of public speaking even to groups of people they know well. Many will shy away from being asked to speak in public and if they are asked to do so will experience a range of symptoms from nervousness, nausea, panic, dry mouth and increased heart palpitations.
A little anxiety is a good thing, it keeps us motivated and on track to do things, however, if you experience severe symptoms of anxiety such as those described above or you actively try and hide away so that you are not asked to speak publicly, then you may want to consider seeking help.
Our therapies help people deal with their fears and allow them to grow in confidence so that they can deal with the challenges of speaking in public – whether it is a business presentation or an informal speech such as a best man’s speech at a wedding.
Exam and Interview performance
Everyone experiences exam or interview nerves at some point in their lives, whether you are sitting a test or attending an interview, very uncomfortable feelings can arise and we can allow ourselves to become so enmeshed in these negative feelings and thoughts that they can prevent us from performing in the way we could do if we weren’t under exam conditions.
We do understand how our nerves can affect our performance and we work with each client in line with their needs to make sure they get the assistance they require to help them overcome the obstacles the nerves present.
We have helped clients who have suffered from severe panic attacks, and after therapy they went on to succeed and undertake their finals, achieving their goals.
N.B- it is important to note that our therapies do not replace the learning that must accompany any exam situation – we work with you to make sure you can utilise that learning and access it easily when you have to without being nervous or fearful
Phobias and Fears
People fear things or situations that make them feel unsafe or unsure. For instance, someone who isn’t a strong swimmer might have a fear of deep water. In this case, the fear is helpful because it helps the person to stay safe, however, this fear could be overcome by learning how to swim safely.
Fear can be healthy as it can protect against danger, but most of the time people tend to avoid the things they fear such as public speaking. This avoidance doesn’t help them overcome the fear and can reinforce it, keeping it stronger.
We have helped many people deal with their fears and phobias with the result that they can now face those things and have also been able to succeed in doing the things they once feared.
A phobia is an intense fear of something which usually poses little or no actual danger. Some examples of common phobias are a fear of spiders, needles, dentists, motorway driving. Phobias can occur at any time although many tend to occur during our childhood.
Many people understand that their phobia is irrational, however, struggle to control their feelings, even thinking about the subject may make them feel anxious and if they are exposed to the thing that they fear the feelings are overwhelming and can cause real panic and terror.
As the sensations are so stressful that many people go to great lengths to avoid it and cause themselves great inconvenience or changing their lifestyles.
Some examples of this are:
If you have a fear of dogs, you may cross the street or walk in a completely different direction to the way you need to go to avoid seeing or meeting a dog that may be being walked. If you suffer from a fear of heights, you turn down a job where you must work on the 25th floor. If you suffer from claustrophobia, you may never stay in a hotel if you have to travel in a lift.
We help you to overcome your fears and phobias no, matter how out of control things may feel right now.
Everyone needs different levels of sleep and the NHS guidelines on the number of hours of sleep we need are:
Adults – 7 to 9 hours
Children – 9 to 13 hours
Toddlers and babies – 12 to 17 hours
If we don’t get the amount of sleep, we need we often feel constantly tired.
Some of the symptoms of insomnia are:
Finding it difficult to go to sleep
Lying awake at night
Waking up and being unable to go back to sleep
Tiredness after waking
Feeling tired and irritable during the day and restless at night
Do you want to lose the weight permanently and gain control over:
what you eat,
how you eat,
emotional, addictive or compulsive eating
exercise patterns and motivation
If so then come and see us. We work with you on an individually tailored programme to help you overcome those obstacles that are getting in your way, and we help you think in a way that will benefit your eating patterns and behaviour. Using a combination of hypnotherapy, NLP and coaching techniques, we will help you ditch the diets and live your life well.
If you are feeling the absence of a loved one then try and find avenues where you can talk about it – this often helps the healing process, and allowing yourself the time to feel sad is a natural and healthy part of recovery. Try and stick to your routines as much as you can, as even doing simple little things can help take the strain away for a while. Keep your food intake up as not eating will affect your moods and try to sleep.
Keep away from drugs and alcohol as they may have a numbing effect for a while, but they will make you feel worse after the effect has worn off.
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