Depression


 

depressed-young-man-310x415Stress is any change to which you must adjust. Everyone of us experiences stressful events at some stage of life many of us experience stress on a daily basis.  The key is to learn ways of adapting healthily to stressful situations.

You know life should feel better, but it isn’t. It can be different. Depression and grief can be our minds’ natural reaction to events. Hypnosis can help a person’s mind deal with these memories of sadness, loss, fear and anxiety, to actually feel freedom from them.

Stress can be created from fear, anger, frustration, being sad, feeling helpless, traumatic events, etc.. Stress can be experienced in these ways, as well as PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder), anxiety and depression. Stress is shown to be indirectly linked to such things as:

    • Insomnia (trouble sleeping)
    • Hypertension (high blood pressure)
    • Depression
    • Anger
    • Anxiety
    • Smoking
    • Weight problems or weight loss
    • Panic attacks
    • Alcoholism and other substance abuse
    • Gastrointestinal problems
    • Arthritis
    • Skin breakouts

Stress is linked to all leading causes of death, including cancer, heart disease, lung diseases, accidents, cirrhosis, and even suicide.

Stress can reduce the effectiveness of our immune system. This can increase the risk of cancer, infections, the common cold, and NK cell function. (Morikawa et al., 2005; Kiank et al., 2005; Saul et al., 2005)

I believe it is imperative to teach those who are suffering from cancer and disease ways of calming the nervous through relaxation techniques and visualisations to help boost the immune function which is the starting point of recovery.

Schedule a private session with Lisa today and start moving beyond your limiting beliefs, behaviors, inner conflicts and confusion.
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