Managing Stress and Anxiety





There are several key approaches to managing stress and anxiety; one of the best being a focus on managing psychological stress through hypnosis. I prefer meditation and auto suggestion combined with my self-hypnosis! That's just me.

Here are some tips and pointers about how to achieve this goal, (and I hope you get a lot of pleasure from this, as you may not realize just how much stress you have built up inside you!)

Learn how to manage stress. Don't let it manage you!

We all know that life is full of tricky situations that can cause stress. You've most likely also noticed that some people are able to easily manage these stressful events, while others are almost constantly overwhelmed.

The people who perform better under stress are no different from you, except that they have learned more effective stress management skills. Learning stress management skills is really one of the most important things you can do in your life.

Why Are Stress Management Skills SO Important?

HEALTH WARNING: Stress has been linked to most/many health problems, including heart attacks and strokes. In fact, WebMD estimates that 75% to 95% of all doctors' visits are stress related. Being over-stressed can also lead to low work performance, sleep issues, absent-mindedness, decreased interest in life, addictions, and many other undesirable results. These include clinical depression and other forms of mental illness.

On the other hand, people who respond WELL to stress and know how to prevent unnecessary anxiety are typically peak performers! (They seem to take an ENERGY charge from stressful situations!)

Below are some results you can expect if you listen to the Managing Stress and Anxiety hypnosis CDs and follow it up with The Coping with Stress and Anxiety System. Click below for FULL information free.

- Increase your energy and focus

- Deal effectively with authority, social roles and limits

- Increase your tolerance to frustration during difficult circumstances

- Adapt to change and prosper from it

- Develop a sense of belonging

- Show friendliness, care, and love

- Enjoy recreation

- Relax and sleep better

- Free your sense of humor and ability to laugh at yourself

- Demonstrate a reasonable sense of independence and self-reliance

- Charge ahead in your chosen career and GROW

- Experience faster personal development!

Here are some scientific studies you may be interested in, that explore how hypnosis can help reduce stress:

- The Additive Benefit of Hypnosis and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in Treating Acute Stress Disorder.
Bryant, Richard A.; Moulds, Michelle L.; Guthrie, Rachel M.; Nixon, Reginald D. V.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 2005 Apr Vol 73(2) 334-340

[''These findings suggest that hypnosis may have use in facilitating the treatment effects of CBT for post traumatic stress.'']

- Psychosocial and immune effects of self-hypnosis training for stress management throughout the first semester of medical school
WG Whitehouse, DF Dinges, EC Orne, SE Keller, BL Bates, NK Bauer, P Morahan, BAHaupt, MM Carlin, PB Bloom, L Zaugg and MT Orne
Institute of Pennsylvania Hospital, University of Pennsylvania Medical School, Philadelphia, USA.

[''Subjects in the self-hypnosis condition reported significantly less distress and anxiety than their non-intervention counterparts.'']

- The Effectiveness of Adjunctive Hypnosis with Surgical Patients: A Meta-Analysis
Guy H. Montgomery, PhD*, Daniel David, PhD*, Gary Winkel, PhD*, Jeffrey H.Silverstein, MD, and Dana H. Bovbjerg, PhD*
*Biobehavioral Medicine Program, Cancer Prevention and Control, Derald H. Ruttenberg Cancer Center and Department of Anesthesiology, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, NewYork

[''The results indicated that patients in hypnosis treatment groups had better clinical outcomes than 89% of patients in control groups. These data strongly support the use of hypnosis with surgical patients.'']

- Use of hypnosis in pain management and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Jiranek, Danielle
Australian Journal of Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis. 1993 May Vol 21(1), SpecIssue 75-84

[''Hypnotic intervention was used as a powerful adjunct to the more traditional interventions used to resolve anxiety disorders. While behavioral and cognitive approaches alone might have been equally successful, the provision of hypnosis allowed for a more rapid and less traumatic recovery.'']

If you'd love to find out much more about this fascinating topic, please follow the link below to The Hypnosis Network, where experts have recorded high quality audios for you:

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Geoff Dodd
Perth 6000 Australia.

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