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Overcome and Manage Stress

Here at Zing Therapy and Development, we can help you feel well again by showing you how you can respond differently to situations which used to be stressful. You can learn to relax and feel more comfortable in those situations. We can show you how you can relax more on an instinctive level and give you some wonderful techniques for relaxing in everyday situations. We can help you ensure that your basic needs are met and that any habitual worry patterns are addressed. Call or email now to book your appointment or to find out more.

Psychological stress can be defined as an individual's perceived inability to cope with the demands placed upon them.

The right amount of stress is a good thing under the right circumstances. Stress allows us to be able to cope with a short term emergency. In times of stress, the flight or fight response is triggered and certain changes in the body take place (such as blood being shunted away from the non essential functions, like digestion, and into the major muscles for physical action). We can cope with these changes in dealing with short term emergencies but when the fight or flight response is kicking in continually and/or inappropriately then this is when a person can become ill as a consequence.

Some of the effects of such continual and inappropriate stress include:

  • Weakened immune system
  • Disruption of digestive functions
  • Black and white thinking and fuzzy thinking
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Insomnia
  • Increased risk of cancer
  • Emotional outbursts – bad temper
  • High blood pressure
  • Lowered sex drive
  • Shallow breathing

 


Hypnotherapy scientific evidence

Research shows that there is more
scientific evidence for hypnotherapy than any other complementary therapy….by using hypnosis, people can perform prodigious feats of will-power and self-healing"


– Health Education Authority

 


To enquire further or to book an appointment
call 0121 364 7705 or e-mail success@zingtherapy.co.uk