Manage stress for better health. Many health problems trace back to dealing with the everyday stress in our lives. Job pressures, family demands, financial worries, all take their toll on us. In addition, while everyone experiences stress at some time, a prolonged bout of stress can cause health problems and metal anguish. It has been known for years that hypnosis can cause physical and mental changes in a person that can result in improvement to one’s health. While Conroe Life Changes does not engage in medical remedies or therapies we do use “Cell Command Therapy™” which applies the concept that ideas in the mind produce responses in the body, and by learning to accept only positive thoughts, ideas, impressions, and by proper applications of Cellular Command suggestions you can effect changes in your body.
Strong emotions like fear, sadness, anger and other depression symptoms are normal when they are short-lived, however when these feelings linger for long periods of time it is disastrous for your overall health and well-being. How you manage stress can affect how your body reacts. For instance, if you have a stressful situation occur and you use drugs or alcohol to relieve the stress, you could be making things worse. While your symptoms could be alleviated in the short-term, it’s the long-term effects that are important.
Many things can help you to deal with stress: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) you should avoid drugs and alcohol, find a sympathetic ear to share your problems with, connect socially and do not isolate yourself, eat a healthy well-balanced diet, exercise, get plenty of sleep.
Of course, one of the best ways to manage your stress is to find support. At Conroe Hypnosis I will help you to manage your stress by teaching you ways for calming your mind and self-hypnosis techniques that you can use anywhere at anytime and no one will know you are doing it.
What Are The Symptoms Of Stress?
According to the CDC common reactions to a stressful event include::
- Disbelief and shock
- Tension and irritability
- Fear and anxiety about the future
- Difficulty making decisions
- Feeling numb
- Loss of interest in normal activities
- Loss of appetite
- Nightmares and recurring thoughts about the event
- Increased use of alcohol and drugs
- Sadness and other symptoms of depression
- Feeling powerless
- Sleep problems
- Headaches, back pains, and stomach problems
- Trouble concentrating
How Can Hypnosis Help Manage Stress?
Finally, hypnosis is about relaxation, but more than that it helps your subconscious reprogram itself so it reacts intelligently, not emotionally, to the stress triggers that cause your stress. Some stress is good, but stress without release can harm your health. Imagine stress in your muscles. If you tense your muscles and then relax them it could be a good feeling, but if you were to tense them and keep them tensed the feeling would not be so good. Hypnosis releases that tension and then teaches you how be able to continue the release so that the tension (or stress) does not build back up.Book Appointment