Don't Worry Blog

We all get anxious and worry from time to time, but if it gets out of hand, you can find practical help with hypnotherapy. I use a mix of hypnosis with cognitive behavioural therapy and other approaches where they have been shown to work.

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Domestic violence - the nasty secret

Domestic violence is in the news a lot these days. Controlling behaviour can often seem charming and loving. Most victims don't leave. Why not?
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Insomnia. Our body clock has a powerful effect on our sleep quality

Our bodies respond really powerfully to daylight, not just our eyes, but every part of us. Knowing this can help us improve our quality of sleep.
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Thinking about losing weight?

The New Year ads for weight loss clubs, diet books and gym memberships are popping up all over. We all worry about our weight.
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Needle phobia gets sorted with hypnotherapy

Needle phobia and blood phobia can trigger fainting or panic. Hypnotherapy is fast, effective and safe.
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3 things to know about panic attacks

Panic attacks seem to be come out of the blue. It can be overwhelming and terrifying. And fear of another attack can hold us back from life.
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Is hypnosis real? The BBC investigates...

BBC Crowdscience investigation discovers some benefits of hypnosis, including tooth extraction!
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How the great outdoors supports our wellbeing

Getting outside into green spaces has a beneficial impact on our physical and mental wellbeing.
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Constipation and diarrhea can be both cause and symptom of anxiety

Worrying about our insides can make life a misery. Hypnotherapy can help!
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Anxiety spoiling your life? AI to the rescue!

Therapy can be delivered in lots of effective ways. Apps using artificial intelligence are looking good.
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Anxious teenage modern-day hermits

School refusers, anxious young people afraid of leaving their bedrooms. All this seems to coincide with the growth of smartphones.
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Third-person self-talk. Effectively calms you down.

Developing a toolkit of effective coping skills gives you control over feelings of anxiety. Third-person self-talk is very effective.
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Boost your resilience with these 4 tips

Building resilience strengthens your self-esteem and develops a deep sense of lasting self-confidence.
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Keep your eyes on the prize to be happier and fitter

Changing your focus of attention can make you more successful and fitter. Wow!
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Panic attacks. Hypnotherapy is shown to be effective.

Panic attacks can feel like a heart attack, so some people end up in A&E. Hypnotherapy is effective for full and long-term recovery.
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Helping children (and adults) manage pain and fear of needles

A great video aimed at children to help them cope with the pain of jags and medical procedures.
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