This week on Like Minds we're asking why it's so difficult to navigate the emotional world when you're shattered, as well as sharing your best tips for when you're really struggling with your sleep. Continue reading.
A good video posted originally on the BBC Stories website about Insomnia.
Hypnotherapy can help with this too!
Please contact me if you'd like some help with getting a good night's sleep.
Hypnosis is a genuine psychological therapy process. It’s often misunderstood and not widely used. However, medical research continues to clarify how and when hypnosis can be used as a therapy tool.
Hypnosis is a treatment option that may help you cope with and treat different conditions.
To do this, a certified hypnotist or hypnotherapist guides you into a deep state of relaxation (sometimes described as a trance-like state). While you’re in this state, they can make suggestions designed to help you become more open to change or therapeutic improvement.
Trance-like experiences aren’t all that uncommon. If you’ve ever zoned out while watching a movie or daydreaming, you’ve been in a similar trance-like state.
True hypnosis or hypnotherapy doesn’t involve swaying pocket watches, and it isn’t practised on stage as part of an entertainment act. Continue reading.
Originally posted on Healthline.
There's no way to 'fix' anxiety. If you suffer from it, it stays with you in some shape or form long-term. But that doesn't mean there aren't ways to manage it; methods that serve to calm you down and give you back the control you so desperately need.
And there are different things that work for different people when it comes to overcoming anxiety, as these women shared with us:
1. Running. 'In October, I started running and I can't quite quantify the good it has done. Anxiety makes you second guess everything you do to the point that you feel like you are, in fact, not very good at anything. No good at your job, at being a girlfriend, at running...'
'Watching my body learn how to run, my fitness improve and my ability to commit to a strict training plan made me realise that I was actually alright at something, I was doing this well. The endorphins, fresh air and being just with yourself for a few hours a week only aided this. Continue reading.
Originally posted on Prima.
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