Stress and Anxiety

Erika Slater headshot photo 300x300Stress and anxiety are at the core of many health and habit issues these days. The demands placed on our daily lives in this fast-paced stressful world creates a negative impact on our immune system, which eventually leads to its breakdown and health problems.

Hypnosis provides a therapy that helps with the stress of habits and addictions, creates calm for self-improvement and personal growth which leads to better overall health and wellness.

In this selection of materials, we cover topics such as mindfulness with a four-part series, relaxation techniques, insomnia and other sleep problems, panic attacks, coming back from burnout, and much more.

While we may not be able to eliminate stress completely from our lives our articles can get you on the road to better coping with it.

Enjoy the articles.

What Would Being Mindful Mean? – Part III

By Peter Sacco
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For many who have never experienced, nor have ever been in this state of continual mindfulness, it could come on as an extreme revelation to them. When I refer to the idea of revelation I am referring to this sense of liberation, or self-efficacy – freedom to not be held captive to negative, nagging and self-deprecating thoughts. It means that you, and I mean the term “you”, the part that seems to be separate from the unconscious gets to gain control over your thoughts. I know this may seem complicated to grasp so stay with me as I try to explain…

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Working on Getting Into a State Of Mindfulness – Part II

By Peter Sacco
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Most people struggle with negative and destructive thinking patterns. Perhaps the greatest struggle that most of these individuals toil with is actually being able to control their thoughts, at least most of them. In order to be a mindful thinker, one has to first plant them self in the driver’s seat of their mind and take control. What are the negative thoughts or self-destructive mindsets that you struggle with on a daily basis? What are the thoughts you have that literally haunt your mind like ghosts in a haunted house? The more you try to shake free from them, the louder they become. More here…

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Introduction to Mindfulness – Part I

By Peter Sacco
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Often times you will hear people make reference to the concept “mindfulness”. They will drop the word on you, then they just kind of leave you hanging, never explaining what the word meant or what they intended by its use. “You need to be more mindful of what you are doing or the decisions you are making!” They might say. And there is you, “Say what? How can I be more mindful of what I am doing… is there another gear I can shift my mind into?” Ah, herein lies the vexation as to where most people get lost when it comes to “mindfulness”. Don’t worry we’re going to explore this topic in the next four articles. Get started here…

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All About Worrying and How to Get Off the Worry Train

By Peter Sacco
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Are you a worry wart – you worry about everything under the sun, moon and stars? Do you wake up in the morning with worry being the first thing on your mind, worrying about the day before you have even set one foot on the ground? And does this worry stick with you throughout the course of the day, draining you and making you so tired? Are you then so tired that you want to sleep but can’t because the night time version of your worrying mind now kicks in? If so, welcome to the world of worry and you can officially consider yourself a worry wart! Here’s more and what to do.

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Let Go of Ego and You Let Go of Stress!

By Peter Sacco
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Have you ever felt like no matter what you are doing or trying, life seems to always be going against a stiff current? It is almost as if the harder you paddle the rougher the rapids get. Why does it always seem that way? Furthermore, why does this have to stress you out? Simple… one word: EGO!

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How to Manage the Two Sides of the Stress Coin

By Peter Sacco
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Stress is considered the number one cause of illness, both physical and psychological. Even though studies and medical professionals continually tell us it is bad for us, most people continue to thrive on it. Of course the definition at the beginning of this article was in jest, however the truth is many people live this way. The only way they truly know they are alive is when they are stressed! How about you? What are you doing to manage your stress? Stress will always exist in some form in everyone’s life. Not all stress is bad as humans need it to evolve and create positive changes in their lives. There are two types of stress; distress and eustress.

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