Advanced Stress Management – Hypnotherapy in London
Learn how to do self hypnosis and other powerful relaxation techniques
Combat the negative effects of daily stress
Scientific research studies have shown that excessive stress over a prolonged period of time can lead to mental and physical illness, including depression, hypertension, nervous breakdown and heart disease.
If you suffer from any of these conditions you may have begun to notice a pattern in your physical or emotional symptoms, that they are often related to more demanding or stressful periods in your life.
Although some stress in daily life can be a good thing. Learning and practicing self-hypnosis relaxation techniques can reduce negative stress symptoms by slowing down your heart rate, and lowering blood pressure.
Self-hypnosis can also help strengthen your inner resiliency, tenacity and endurance to get through life’s daily challenges more positively, and also to sleep better at night.
Using a unique combination of hypnosis, NLP Success Coaching and latest cognitive behavioural techniques identify the sources of stress in your life, and learn healthier and more effective ways to manage stress. Learn how to Reframe problems. Learn to look at the bigger picture. Adjust, adapt and survive. Focus on positive outcomes… and more.
One to One Session
A one-to-one session with Max Kirsten includes:
- Learn how to overcome the stress and to practise Mental Toughness and self-hypnosis regularly
- Learn powerful ‘thought-stopping’ techniques
- Learn the importance of breathing and posture in daily life
- Learn how to be more adaptive, positive, resilient, and how to demonstrate the confident skills of mental toughness
Usually 3-5 sessions.
The positive effects of learning relaxation techniques:
- Slowing your heart rate
- Lowering blood pressure
- Slowing your breathing rate
- Increasing blood flow to major muscles
- Reducing muscle tension
- Lowering chronic pain
- mproving focus and concentration
- Reducing anger and frustration
- Boosting confidence to handle problems
Stress – the curse of the 21st Century
An estimated 1 in 10 people suffer from work-related stress. According to The American Institute Of Stress – Over 90% of all disease is either CAUSED or COMPLICATED by stress. Stress has been predicted to be the most dangerous risk to global business in the early part of the 21st century. Half a million people in the UK are having work-related stress at a level they believe is making them become ill. In the UK Twelve million adults see their doctor with mental health problems every year, much of it is stress related.
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. If you suffer from any of these conditions you may have begun to notice a pattern in your physical or emotional symptoms, that they are often related to more demanding or stressful periods in your life.
- feeling dizzy or sick
- constant tiredness
- chest pains
- sleep difficulties
- constipation or diarrhoea (IBS)
- nervous twitches
- cravings for food
- cramps or muscle spasms
- indigestion or heartburn
- pins and needles
- loss of appetite
- high blood pressure
- sexual difficulties
How stress can make you feel:
- fear that you are unwell
- fear of the future
- fear of failure
- loss of interest in life
- no interest in others
- no sense of humour
- having no one to confide in
- belief that you’re bad or even ugly
Stress may be effecting your behaviour:
- difficulty to make decisions
- inability to show true feelings
- problems focusing and concentrating
- avoid difficult situations
- pretending that everything’s alright
- often crying
IMPORTANT: Please note that the effects of therapy may differ for different clients. No therapy can give you a 100% guarantee of a cure. All clients are required to complete a questionnaire form before undertaking hypnotherapy, in which you will be asked to disclose certain medical information. Whilst clinical hypnotherapy is very safe, if you are epileptic, or undergoing psychiatric treatment, then you should obtain a letter from your medical practitioner to confirm that you may have hypnotherapy.