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Manage Your Stress With Hypnosis

Date Added: November 10, 2008 01:33:49 AM
Author: Nancy Ho
Category: Others
You would think we dont need stress since we have created a large man-made world around us with all its modern conveniences. But stress is a complex interaction of our bodys organs and chemical systems in times of great danger, something that we have left over from our early biological history. When we are under stress our nerves first fire up in response to an outside stimulus we instinctively feel threatens our survival. This affects the brain centers causing the heart to beat faster, blood pressure to rise, and organs to go into high chemical production. The adrenal glands release high quantities of adrenaline and cortisol which are the main stress hormones we produce in times of danger. We feel tightness in our stomach, sometimes nausea. Our heads pound. Our minds race. We start to breathe faster and shallower. Our muscles and heart start to take in more oxygen and blood away from the rest of the body. This whole operation of organs and chemical systems in overdrive induces our flight or fight response, and is an outward expression of what we fear. Stress Management with Hypnosis Recall that stress is induced when your brain centers are activated to an external stimulus. The key point is that the brain centers are active, or more correctly hyper-active. In contrast, when you are in a state of hypnosis you are calm and relaxed. The deeper the state of hypnosis the deeper the relaxation. Stress cannot exist while you are in hypnosis, and this is because the mind cannot be in two dominant states at the same time. This is precisely why hypnosis is one of the most effective ways to counter stress. Day to day stress can be easily handled with the technique of hypnosis. However, some stress is the result of very traumatic events which have left deep psychological blocks in a persons psyche. In modern times the most commonly known of these is Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. During World War I, many soldiers suffering from shell shock were successfully treated with hypnosis. For PTSD, you may want to seek the help of a qualified professional hypnotherapist. A hypnotherapist will be able to guide you into hypnosis, to the point of the event which traumatised you. The point of going back to that event is to get you to re-experience it so that its effect on you is reduced. You can then realise that you are safe from it, and that you can re-build your thought patterns in a positive way around that event. Do you have stress that you cant seem to manage, even on your own? If you do, then call Nancy Ho at 62727118 to make an appointment. Talk to Nancy about your stress. She will be able to help you cope with the stress in your life. Or read more information about stress at: http://hypnosisoneonone.com/oneonone/category/stress/
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