Decrease Stress Using Hypnosis
Hypnosis sessions in Salem, Oregon for effective, long-term stress management
We keep seeing it in the paper and hearing it on the news; heart disease, cancer, infections, lung disease, and the common cold can often be linked to chronic, long-term stress. There are also the indirect links to things like insomnia (difficulty sleeping), depression, anxiety, weight problems, gastrointestinal difficulties (IBS, Crohn's disesase) and substance abuse to name a few.
When we think about our own stress there often doesn't seem to be anything that we can do about it. The truth is however, that just one session with a trained Consulting Hypnotist can often greatly reduce your stress – reducing blood pressure, heart rate and pulse.
Changing behaviors and practicing self hypnosis can bring about further long-term changes.
Stress in Every Day Life
Work frequently produces a stressful environment; difficult co-workers or boss, more work than ever before, an un-fulfilling job, daycare issues can all increase anxiety. Home life involving spouse, children and parents can be stressful as can being the primary care-giver for a sick relative. Test anxiety, finances, social situations, talking in front of people and chronic pain all can create anxiety.
Sometimes our reactions to these stressful situations are reasonable and sometimes we need a little help. Often times our reactions are more about the past then about what's happening right now. Hypnosis can bring more clarity to these situations and reduce stress.
Depression, Anxiety, and Grief
Stress will sometimes manifest itself as depression, anxiety, PTSD, grief, etc. Advanced hypnotherapy techniques are very useful in improving these conditions and stabilizing the changes.
Every hypnosis session with Joni in her Salem, Oregon office, is tailor made to your specific needs and takes place in a safe, comfortable environment.
Skype is available for people living outside the Salem area. Call Joni directly at 503-910-7186 or email Joni@BrewerHypnosis.com.
a. The hypnotist does not treat, prescribe for, or diagnose any condition.
b. The hypnotist is a facilitator of hypnosis and in this role does not practice any other profession that requires a license under the laws and regulations of the state of Oregon.
c. Hypnosis is not a replacement for medical treatment, psychological services, or counseling.