You Can Break the Habits of Stress and Anxiety
It feels like you have no choice but to live with a constant feeling of stress or anxiety, doesn’t it? With the constant pressures and demands modern life makes, it’s a wonder that we can ever feel calm and peaceful, and many people never do.
What if you were able to completely change the way you responded to a world that presented so many stressors in a calm, easy-going… even joyful way? It’s possible because the world “out there” that is creating your stress isn’t “out there” at all. It’s within you and the good news is that you get to decide how you feel about anything that presents itself.
The challenge is that after so many decades of responding in a stressful way to the evens of life, that anxious response has become a subconscious habit. Hypnosis at The Meridian Center is the powerful way to break any conditioned response you’ve created toward the world.
Isn’t it time to see for yourself how quickly you can start enjoying life again? Call us today to set an appointment or for a free consultation to discover how we can help you: 877-743-8935.
Stress Reduction Isn’t Just About Feeling Good
When it comes to managing stress, many people feel that it’s just a normal and expected part of life — and that is true to a certain extent. Life will inevitably present certain stressful moments.
The problem is that a large number of people spend most of their time feeling stressed out. It’s a chronic condition that taxes the body’s ability to maintain optimal health. This chronic stress is often the result of subconscious thoughts that happen automatically. Hypnosis is a proven way to feel deeply relaxed and to decrease the general experience of stress.
Below is a list of health issues that have in many cases been found to have a connection with stress:
1: Heart Disease: Stress increases blood flow and heart rate. It causes the release of triglycerides and cholesterol into the blood stream. It can trigger serious cardiac problems including heart attacks. Learning to manage stress is highly recommended by doctors and hypnosis can have a profound effect on how one handles stressful situations.
2: Asthma: Studies indicate that stress can worsen asthma. Some also suggest that children can develop an increased risk of asthma because of their parents’ chronic stress.
3: Headaches: Stress is one of the most common triggers for tension and migraine headaches.
4: Gastrointestinal problems. While stress doesn’t cause ulcers, it can make them worse. It is also a common factor in many other intestinal conditions, such as heartburn (or gastroesophageal reflux disease) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
5: Premature aging. Studies suggest that stress can affect how you age. A study compared mothers who were under high stress with those who weren’t and the stress seemed to accelerate aging about 9 to 17 additional years.