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Are you tired of anxiety running your life? 

Worry, anxiety, and stress are all interconnected feelings and can influence one another; we all experience them from time to time in response to different situations.
However, worrying a lot can lead to anxiety, which can make us feel even more stressed. For example, if we worry about doing well on a test, we might feel anxious about it. This can make our heart race and make it harder to focus, adding to the stress. Feeling stressed, worried or anxious for a long time can adversely affect our health and well-being and cause issues such as headaches, stomach problems, difficulty sleeping and many more.

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Anxiety can be debilitating, affecting your mental health, relationships, and overall wellbeing. But the good news is that it doesn't have to be this way.
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What is stress?

Stress is a natural response to external pressures or demands that can be positive or negative, and it is a natural part of life.
 

It can result from various factors such as work, relationships, finances, or health issues and can lead to feelings of overwhelm, exhaustion, or burnout.

It can also cause anxiety, irritability, restlessness, fatigue, difficulty sleeping, and even physical symptoms like headaches or stomach aches. 
When it becomes overwhelming or chronic and adversely affects your health and well-being, it’s essential to learn how to manage it through healthy coping mechanisms like exercise, relaxation techniques or seeking relevant help.

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What is 'worry'?

Worry is a normal and common emotion that everyone experiences occasionally. However, when worry becomes excessive or chronic, it can become a problem that interferes with daily life. When we worry, we are often focused on potential negative outcomes, which can trigger feelings of anxiety and stress. 

 Worry often involves a cycle of negative thoughts and feelings that can lead to physical symptoms such as tension, restlessness, or difficulty sleeping.

While some level of worry is a natural and healthy response to specific situations, excessive worry can harm your mental and physical health. It can interfere with your ability to enjoy life and achieve your goals. 

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What is anxiety?

Anxiety is a natural response to stress or danger that is characterised by feelings of fear, nervousness, or apprehension. It is a normal and helpful response in certain situations, such as when we must be alert to potential threats or danger. 

 

However, when anxiety becomes excessive or chronic, it can significantly impact a person's life and well-being and make it difficult to function in daily life.

Anxiety can manifest in different ways and affect individuals differently.

Some common symptoms of anxiety include:

 

  • Physical symptoms: Anxiety can cause physical symptoms such as muscle tension, headaches, sweating, racing heartbeat, and stomach or digestive issues.

 

  • Emotional distress: Anxiety can cause emotional pain points such as feelings of fear, worry, or panic. It can also lead to low self-esteem, self-doubt, and feelings of helplessness or hopelessness.

 

  • Behavioural changes: Anxiety can cause behavioural changes such as avoidance of certain situations, compulsive behaviours, or difficulty with decision-making.

 

  • Sleep problems: Anxiety can interfere with sleep, causing difficulties falling or staying asleep, nightmares, or restless sleep.

 

  • Interpersonal difficulties: Anxiety can make connecting with others or maintaining relationships challenging. Social anxiety, for example, can cause a fear of social situations and lead to isolation or avoidance of social activities.

What next?

Recognising the interconnection between these emotions and addressing them appropriately is essential.

By addressing these emotions and developing healthy coping strategies, you can improve your overall well-being and reduce the negative impact of these emotions on your life.

Practical strategies for managing worry, anxiety, and stress include:

  • relaxation techniques,

  • exercise,

  • therapy,

  • other forms of mental health help.

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Anxiety can be an overwhelming and painful experience, leaving you feeling like you're constantly fighting a losing battle. If you're ready to break free from this cycle of anxiety and reclaim your life, help is available.

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Therapist

My comprehensive approach to managing anxiety can help you take control of your life. I understand that anxiety can be complex and that everyone's experience is different. That's why I provide personalised solutions tailored to your specific needs.

I use evidence-based techniques, including  Hypnotherapy, NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming), coaching, mindfulness, and relaxation techniques, to help you manage your symptoms and find peace of mind.

Anxiety responds incredibly well to hypnosis therapy. Part of this is because anxiety manifests both in terms of physical and mental symptoms. Hypnosis provides the opportunity to not only work with the thoughts which contribute to anxiety but to work with the feelings and sensations which you experience when anxious.
How hypnosis therapy can help me?
Watch the video below to learn how hypnotherapy can help you overcome anxiety.
Say Goodbye to Anxiety and Hello to a Happier You
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Take the first step towards a happier, healthier you today.

 

Contact me to learn more about our personalised approach to managing anxiety and start your journey towards a better tomorrow.

I always offer free and confidential consultation. This is an excellent opportunity for us to have a confidential chat about your issue, for me to give you an honest opinion on whether I can help and for you to decide if this is the right choice to help you with your anxiety.

To book your Free Consultation click HERE.

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