Category Archives: Hypnotherapy

Hypnosis vs. Meditation

Hypnosis and meditation are both powerful ways to make your life amazing and, both have their place.

I love Meditation, it has been around for thousands of years and it really changed my life! Popular fitness and wellness practices include meditation more and more particulary practices such as Yoga. Even famous company’s suach as Google have places for staff to meditate and even neuroscientists are promoting meditation now.

Millions of people benefit from meditation in its many forms, that includes me and and I believe that is an amazing tool and I know it will continue to help people.

Thousands of people around the world are also using hypnosis to change their lives in dramatic ways. They stop smoking, lose weigh, reduce and get rid of stress and improve their health. It is incredible how powerful hypnosis is and can can help you change your life today.

Hypnosis Can Change Your Life

I hve found that hypnosis is a powerful tool to change your life, this is becasue it is so easy and changes can happen instantly. Seeing that happen has been amazing – as one of mentor’s says – It is not Magic but it can be Magical.

I am a qualified Hypnotherapist and Meditation Teracher and practice both hypnosis and meditation daily myself and I truly believe that there is a place in this world for both hypnosis and meditation. They don’t need to be at odds at all, we need all the #selfcare we can get.

Meditation andHypnosis are different tools for different purposes for different people and like all useful tools, you should pick the tool that works for you and use it when you need it, even if that is now.

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Hypnotherapy to Enhance your Wellbeing

Learn how you can transform your relationship with food, increase your energy, feel more confident, reduce your anxiety and learn to control any situation rather than let it control you.

Hypnotherapy is guided trance-like state of focus and concentration achieved with the help of a hypnotherapist. This trance-like state is similar to being completely absorbed in a book, movie, music, or one’s own thoughts.  In this deeply realxed state, clients can turn their attention completely inward to find and utilize the natural resources deep within themselves that can help them make changes or regain control in certain areas of their life.

When It’s Used

Hypnotherapy can be used to treat anxiety, phobias, smoking, undesirable spontaneous behaviors, and bad habits. It can be used to help improve sleep, communication, and relationship issues. Hypnotherapy can aid in pain management and help resolve conditions such as digestive disorders, skin issues, and gastrointestinal issues.

A Stanford psychiatrist saying hypnosis works:
“We can teach people how to manage pain and anxiety, ” says David Spiegel, a psychiatrist and director of the Center for Health and Stress at Stanford University who has studied hypnosis for 40 years.

“Two studies from Sweden found that one hour a week of hypnotherapy for 12 weeks eased symptoms of irritable-bowel syndrome in 40% of patients (compared with 12% in a control group) and that the positive effects can last as long as seven years.”

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Client Testimonial

Very happy with the hypnotherapy sessions I have had with Kerry. It is a very calming experience and I quickly felt a shift in my feelings and attitude to a difficult situation in my life, which has enabled me to deal with it in a different way. I have also had some pain relief for a chronic issue I have, which has helped with my sleep as well. Cannot recommend Kerry highly enough!

If you would like to:

  • enhance your well-being,
  • reduce your anxiety,
  • manage your pain better,
  • create new habits,
  • resolve digestive disorders
  • resolve skin issues
  • improve your sleep

then book your Hynpotherapy session today by clicking here

How Stressed Are you?

Some amount of stress is healthy, but excessive stress, left untreated, can lead to anxiety and illness.  Too much stress makes you at best ineffective, and at worst physically ill.

Stress affects everyone but it is all about how we deal with the stress and how prepared we are.  Acute (sudden or short-term) stress leads to rapid changes throughout the body. Almost all body systems go on high alert and these stress responses could prove beneficial in a critical, life-or-death situation.  However, most of us face repeated stressful situations that if not dealt with put a strain on the body that contributes to physical and psychological problems. Chronic (long-term) stress can have real health consequences.  90% of all ill health has a stress/ emotional component to it.

WHAT STRESS DOES TO YOUR BODY

HEAD: mood swings, anger, depression, irritability, anxiety, lack of energy, swings in appetite, concentration problems, sleep issues, headaches, mental health issues, anxiety disorders and panic attacks

SKIN: Skin problems such as acne, hives, rosacea

JOINTS AND MUSCLES: Aches and pains, tension, lowered bone density

HEART: Increased blood pressure, higher cholesterol, increased heart beat

STOMACH: stomach cramps, acid reflux, nausea, bloating, digestive issues, diarrhoea, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome

REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM: lower sperm count (men), increased pain during periods (women)

IMMUNE SYSTEM: Reduced ability to fight and recover from illness

 

Stress is immensely harmful to your health because your body reacts to it in the same way that it would react if you came upon a lion in the wild.  The reaction is not always to the same degree but there is no question that your sympathetic nervous system increases its output whenever you feel anxious, tense, frustrated, or angry (In other words, whenever you feel stressed).

The process of learning to control stress is life-long. Overcoming stress will not only contribute to better health, but it will also increase your resilience and your ability to succeed.  It is important to consider that no single method is always successful and that a combination of approaches is generally most effective

Nutrition and Lifestyle Changes are essential : enhance your overall health and stress resistance by getting regular exercise, eating a diet rich in a variety of organic vegetables particularly leafy greens, and avoiding alcohol and  caffeine.   Cut out sugar : Stressed spelled backwards is desserts and take a plant based natural magnesium supplement – remember that all supplements are not created equal!  Find out more about my go to magnesium supplement : Bodyprime.  This is the only magnesium supplement I use and recommend to all my clients and of all the supplements they use this is the one they order month in and month out.  It’s known in my clinic as the miracle mineral.  The benefits of magnesium for anxiety and stress are substantial, yet up to 75% of us are deficient.  You can read more about magnesium here and here

The best way to manage your stress in the short and long term is to learn coping strategies that you can use daily. Download my FREE 5 Simple and Easy Ways to Reduce Stress and you can start practicing these tips right away. Try one or two until you find a few that work for you. I recommend you practice these techniques until they become habits you can turn to when you feel stress.  Follow the link to get access to the FREE 5 Simple and Easy Ways to Reduce Stress : http://bit.ly/2Cr4ZW9