Blog: August 2012
Worrying is a habit and it is so easy to remember all the things that went wrong. You can get out of the habit with cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy read moreAdded on 29.08.2012
10% of people attending hospital are seriously worried about their health, but doctors find nothing wrong. This causes more anxiety. Try hypnotherapy! read moreAdded on 13.08.2012
There is now a lot of evidence that shows that dieters are prone to future weight gain. read moreAdded on 13.08.2012
See it, want it, eat it. Advertisers benefit from this by showing us appetising foods with lots of happy people enjoying them. read moreAdded on 10.08.2012
Some anxiety is normal, but it can get out of hand
Anxiety is the feeling of fear we all experience when faced with threatening or difficult situations. It helps us to avoid dangerous situations, makes us alert and motivates us to deal with problems. Worrying is one of the symptoms of anxiety. Anxiety disorders are common - nearly 25% of people will experience anxiety disorders at some time in their lives.
Everyone experiences feelings of anxiety at some point in their life. For example, you may feel worried and anxious about sitting an exam or having a medical test or job interview. Feeling anxious is perfectly normal.
However, people with generalised anxiety find it hard to control their worries. Their feelings of anxiety are more constant and often affect their daily life.
The good news is that there is plenty of evidence to show that cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy is an effective treatment. Short term treatment with long term results.Added on 07.08.2012