iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch application
"I found Max Kirsten's "Relax Now" app to be totally relaxing, rejuvenating and refreshing, and I know you will too." Joseph Fiennes (Actor) in the 'Flash Forward' TV Series
Stress: The Curse of the 21st Century
Because life can be difficult and stressful, after a busy day, we all need regularly to make special time to relax. Stress symptoms may be affecting your health, and you might not even know it yet.
It is important to learn how to relax... even if it's only for just 15 minutes with this special Relax Now (Lite version) with Max Kirsten.
Relaxation is a process that decreases the wear and tear on your mind and body from the challenges and hassles of daily life. Deep hypnosis relaxation techniques can greatly reduce stress symptoms, helping you enjoy a better quality of life. When we relax completely we can enter a state of wonderful profound peace of mind and body. Often referred to by the medical profession as the 'healing state.'
This program has been specially created to help you to learn to completely relax, unwind and let go... to drift off... into the healing state.
In January 2009, Max Kirsten C.Ht became The Times Newspaper's leading 'self-help' expert, writing a special 5-day series on 'How to Survive' the Effects of Anxiety and Stress after the World's Financial Meltdown.' Max is a internationally renowned and highly qualified clinical hypnotherapist with his own private clinic in Kensington, London. He has many one-2-one clients, including film stars, politicians and business leaders. Max also works as a sleep specialist in collaboration with the London Sleep Centre, in Harley Street W1, London.
This Relax Now app teaches advanced relaxation techniques ideally suited to complement stress related illness treatments, such as Irritable bowel syndrome, Anxiety, Generalized Anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Insomnia, Hypertension, ME etc..
Most people do not know how to relax regularly, because most of us lead time poor lives. They have never learned stress management techniques that ward off the effects stress and illness.
Although some stress in daily life can be a good thing.
Scientific research studies have shown that excessive stress over a prolonged period can lead to mental & physical illness, including depression, hypertension, nervous breakdown and heart disease.
Practicing relaxation techniques can reduce stress symptoms by:
- Slowing your heart rate
- Lowering blood pressure
- Slowing your breathing rate
- Increasing blood flow to major muscles
- Reducing muscle tension and chronic pain
- Improving concentration
- Reducing anger and frustration
- Boosting confidence to handle problems
- Introduction video
- Over 2.5 hours of spoken audio hynosis sessions and powerful relaxation techniques
- Getting started audio introduction
- Relaxation E-Book and information about stress
- Relaxation tip Fact Cards
- Access to additional support and resources
Available on the
iTunes App Store
Max Kirsten C.Ht.
Clinical Hypnotherapist, NLP Master Practitioner, Sleep and Success Coach™ and Author.
Adv. Dip Hyp SQHP. Mem GHR. NGH Member.
The Max Kirsten Clinic, 35 Beauchamp Place, Knightsbridge London. By Appointment Only.
Tel: 0207 917 9878 (UK) or email: email@example.com or call +44 20 7917 9878 (for International callers)
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