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Relieve Yourself From Stress and Anxiety

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Stress and Anxiety

In a perfect world, there would be less stress and anxiety. This is not our world, at least not at the current time, and not for most of us. The chemicals associated with stress and anxiety are adrenaline and cortisol. These are also called the fight or flight chemicals.


They were never meant to be produced and flowing through our bodies 24/7. The label "fight or flight" was given to these chemicals because when we are in a situation of imminent danger we can think, assimilate facts, and move faster than under normal circumstances. We can also become stronger physically when our safety or a loved one’s safety is threatened.

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As soon as the emergency is passed, these chemicals are no longer produced and our bodies can go back to their normal state.


Here's the catch: our way of life has become so frenetic and fast-paced that we seem to spend most of our day tense, stressed, and loaded with anxiety. This leads to all kinds of problems. Stress can cause heart attacks, strokes, ulcers, weight loss, weight gain, depression, sleeplessness, lack of energy and motivation, inability to think, social and relationship problems, infertility, and many other distressing consequences.


This is where hypnotherapy comes in. There are two parts to our brain: conscious and subconscious.

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The conscious part is about 10% and is the critical thinking part. It is here that we evaluate, judge, and make decisions. This is also the part of the brain that can drive us nuts. This is where we think willpower resides. Willpower for most people is a nice sounding word, but people with bad habits and addictions do not have any of it.


Repetitive, negative thinking takes place in our conscious minds. Thoughts like: why can't I quit smoking, why can't I stick to a diet, why can't I just get up and go to the gym, why don't I have any willpower.


Positive changes will not happen in this part of our brain. We must access the subconscious mind. We can access the subconscious part of our brain through the skillful use of hypnosis, applied by a well-trained, highly skilled hypnotherapist.


It is important that the hypnotherapist has the ability to build rapport quickly and has the necessary counseling skills to ask the right questions and get the answers needed from you to develop a program that is specifically designed for you.


Bonnie Page, of Hypnosis Institute of Charlotte in North Carolina, has those skills.

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