Want to live completely free of stress and anxiety?
Yes, it is possible. And I can help you get there!
You are able to control your thoughts
You can stop negative thinking spirals
You don't worry about what might happen or could have happened
You are able to look at the bigger picture
You are able to see things from a different perspective
You don't feel stressed easily
You ride out stressful events without lasting damage
You don't beat yourself up
You see mistakes as learning experiences
Your mind is mostly occupied with positive things
You make time for the things and people you love
You have a success mindset
You're in love with your life
You feel free
What happens when you have emotional resilience:
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Stress is a mechanism triggered by some kind of danger or threat. When it needs to protect against danger -or perceived danger- the body responds with an automatic process known as ‘fight or flight’. For cave men, the threat of an animal attack would trigger the sympathetic nervous system into preparing for fighting or fleeing with a boost of strength and energy.
The ‘fight or flight’ response releases hormones into the bloodstream, increasing blood sugar levels and blood flow to the muscles and essential organs. The heart rate goes up, the breathing become faster, extra oxygen is sent to the brain, which increases alertness and sharpens the senses. Energy is diverted away from secondary processes such as digestion, growth and reproduction. When the threat passes, everything goes back to normal.
During long-term, chronic stress, the stress response does not end. The body stays on high alert, with raised blood sugar levels and body resources continuously being diverted away from the immune system, digestion, growth, reproduction etc. This may also result in damage in blood vessels, increasing the risk of a stroke or heart attack.
What happens when you are stressed:
What happens when you are stressed
Managing stress and anxiety is one of my specialist areas and one that I love working with, as it can makes such a huge difference in someone’s life. Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Hypnotherapy are extremely powerful and effective techniques to treat and help manage stress and anxiety. We work directly on the subconscious mind to improve the mood and boost feelings of calm and confidence whilst reducing feelings of fear and worry. We work to identify the deep root causes, as well as triggers, to disrupt formed patterns of stress response and secure long-term relief. During sessions, we will also explore realistic and practical adaptations to your lifestyle to manage and control high pressure situations. We will give you tools and techniques to access a calm state of mind by yourself so you can continue to benefit from stress and anxiety relief permanently.
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How you may be feeling now
General unhappiness or depression
Constant worrying and overthinking
Moodiness, irritability, or anger
Feeling a lack of control
Not looking forward to things
Digestive issues / diarrhea/ constipation
Lack of energy
Chest pain, rapid heart rate
Frequent colds or flu
Withdrawal from others
Low energy levels
Nervous habits (e.g. nail biting, pacing)
Negative coping mechanisms (comfort eating, smoking, alcohol)
Too much work
Issues at work or school
Children and family
Separation or divorce
Facing a big decision
Being too busy
Major life changes
Death of a close family member or friend
Injury or illness
Why you may be feeling stressed
Common anxiety symptoms
Sense of doom or impending danger
Inability to stop worrying
Finding it difficult to control overthinking
Feeling nervous and restless
Increased heart rate
Lack of confidence
Finding it difficult to concentrate
Low immune system
Withdrawal from others
Tendency to develop fears and phobias
Panic attacks and
These are very common conditions, usually linked to extreme anxiety in specific situations. The feelings can range from mild discomfort to a severe panic attack, where you believe that you are having a heart attack or other near-death experience. Unless effectively treated, these states of anxiety and fear can become so severe that they entirely hinder your day to day life and quality of life.
“The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another.”