Relieving Stress with Hypnosis

We do not always feel our emotions in the way that we think we do. We strive to protect ourselves from being emotionally hurt, and these efforts can cause problems of our mind and body since the body always finds another way to express the suppressed emotions.

Hypnosis can be used to bring these buried emotions to the surface and re-program the mind in a positive fashion. Therefore, you can control stress using hypnosis since it will remove the negative feelings that are buried in the sub-conscious.

Hypnosis is when an altered state of mental consciousness is reached through deep relaxation. This allows suggestions to be input directly into the subconscious mind.

Stress Symptoms

Stress can cause a variety of symptoms including: insomnia, irritability, impatience, restlessness, hyperactivity, sweating, increased palpitations, light-headedness, a higher resting pulse and respiratory rate, fatigue, stomach disorders, anxiety or worry, and many others. By using hypnosis, you can root out the cause, and once the cause is gone the symptoms will often follow.

Anxiety

Anxiety is different from panic or fear panic or fear are a sudden, acute state, and anxiety is a chronic state of arousal. Sufferers of anxiety report not being able to concentrate or having problems remembering things.

Hypnosis can be used to reduce anxiety disorders by using relaxation and visualization techniques to overcome the fearful thought processes. You do have to be referred by a physician for this therapy.
Controlling stress with hypnosis can also be a way to cure anxiety.

With hypnosis, your subconscious mind can be taught to respond in a more rational way by using judgment instead of an imagined fear. Hypnosis anxiety treatment treats the cause of the anxiety, not the symptoms themselves.

Stress is the psychological and biological reaction to a threat, whether real or imaginary. Stress responses include: an increase in blood pressure, pulse rate, energy levels, mental activity, and muscle strength. It needs to be dealt with while it is still at a low level, otherwise it can escalate to cause other problems such as anxiety and depression.

Relaxing the Body/Mind

Hypnosis can teach you how to bring your body into a relaxed state. The body learns to relax, and you will feel more rested, energetic, and find sleep improved. Once you feel better, your thinking will clear, and your reaction to different situations will be calmer. You can learn to control and respond to stress triggers, which in turn will allow your emotions to be more controlled as well.

Once everything is under control, you will be more at peace with the world. Hypnosis can reduce stress by helping your body and mind cope, change, or adapt to the different things that might happen in your day to day life.

However, hypnosis is only a tool. Keep in mind that you will need to practice the techniques often, perhaps on a daily level. If you are not seeing the marked improvement, you may also need to reevaluate your situation and see if there are outside factors that you can control such as a change in schedule or a reduction of the must-dos in your life.