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Stress results from a psychological and biological reaction to a perceived threat. A stress response includes an increase in blood pressure, pulse rate, energy levels, mental activity and muscle strength. The body is ready for action as it goes into "fight or flight" mode.

Stress is a natural part of life. Without stress, you would not be motivated to eat, work, have relationships, or get out of bed in the morning. It is when the amount of stress builds past the point of being comfortable, that most people start suffering from the symptoms of over stress.

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Stress affects one in five of the working population, and is now the biggest cause of sickness absence in the UK .The following table lists some of the common warning signs and symptoms of stress. The more signs and symptoms you notice in yourself, the closer you may be to stress overload.

Hypnotherapy is very effective in dealing with stress management. All stress is triggered by an event. Once you learn to recognise what triggers your stress, you can look at introducing new behaviours to these stress triggers.

While you are in a hypnotic state, hypnosis equips you to recognise your stress triggers. In this relaxed and peaceful state, your thoughts can be reframed to help you develop new behaviours in your everyday life. By learning to control your response to stress triggers, hypnotherapy provides a more relaxed, calmer response to whatever circumstances you may find yourself in.

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According to a recent article in the British Journal of Psychiatry, male depression in the UK is likely to increase significantly in the coming decades. This is due to the fact that economic and social changes will erode traditional sources of male self-esteem. And this will have a significant impact on the mental well-being of men as they try to come to terms with the shift away from traditional male and female roles.

This is a major move away from the current male to female ratio of stress and depression in the UK. Currently women are almost twice as likely to develop major depressive disorder in their lifetime as men.

So why the big shift to male depression in the near future? Well, primarily, traditional “male jobs” such as manufacturing or physical labour are being lost due to improved technology or jobs moving to other countries. The psychological effect is that male self-esteem is set to plummet as they no longer fulfil the role of main bread-winner in household.

Stress - Assured Effects HypnotherapySo can the male adapt to these sociological changes and avoid a depressive illness?  Andy Cox clinical hypnotherapist at Assured Effects Hypnotherapy in Poole, Bournemouth, Dorset believes so. Andy explains “Hypnotherapy is very effective at help changing some of our deep-rooted sub-conscious beliefs.  Many of us are adverse to change because we see it as a threat.  And when we are under threat our body reacts to give us a heightened anxiety state – the classical “fight or flight” response is triggered. This is not at all helpful when the threat is not physical.  Hypnosis can help us change our beliefs and adapt to changes in our lives in a relaxed manner.  We are then able to see the future as exciting and bright!”

To find out more contact Andy on 07951 159 111 or Click here to Contact us NOW!

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