When anxiety hits, it influences your thoughts, actions, and you feel this stress in your body too. People who experience severe anxiety can literally be stopped in their tracks because of the overwhelming thoughts and physical symptoms that anxiety creates. An example of this might be when you make a minor mistake at work. IfContinue reading “How anxiety impacts your entire being.”
Once cravings and addictions take hold, they are literally wired into our brain and the reward centre making it super difficult to just stop and give up. It doesn’t matter if it’s cigarettes, sugar, food or alcohol (as in the case here), once it’s a hard-wired habit, it’s very hard to break. Hypnotherapy is somethingContinue reading “This is how hypnosis changes your brain to beat cravings and addictions.”
One of the main tools we use in hypnotherapy is re-framing. It enables clients to look at their past and their behaviours in a new light and gain a new perspective. When we keep viewing the past with the same eyes, we create the same story, the same thought processes, and the same patterns, keepingContinue reading “How re-framing can help change bad habits”
With all that’s been happening in the world in the past few months, it’s been of no surprise in the rise of clients coming in for anxiety-related issues. With so much uncertainty in the world, it’s so easy for us to move into survival mode and become attached to places, people, objects and environments thatContinue reading “What to do when anxiety stops you from leaving the house”
There is a deep connection between the gut and the brain known as the brain-gut-axis that is quite complex and includes the vagus nerve, neural, endocrine, immune, and humoral links. The brain has a direct impact on the stomach and the intestines. Just thinking about eating can make your mouth water and can cause aContinue reading “How stress impacts your gut health”
This is what makes hypnotherapy so powerful. Combined with CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), hypnotherapy can access the subconscious mind and help to re-frame the way the outside world is seen. This will allow the person experiencing the high levels of anxiety to take control of their unconscious behaviors and feel safe whenever they are out and about.