Common issues

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Anxiety

It is perfectly natural to have moments of stress and/or anxiety whether it is worrying about a test or presentation you have to make or realising that you have forgotten to do something. 

Ongoing anxiety can impact on both physical and mental health in a range of way including panic attacks, fatigue, high blood pressure, insomnia amongst others

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Phobias

A phobia is an irrational fear, or a fear of something that may not happen. People with phobias often experience unwanted responses to objects, insects, or places.

If you find yourself avoiding certain things, places due to your phobia or even the thought of your phobia makes you feel upset hypnotherapy can help you by following a simple process.

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Depression

Depression is a low mood that lasts for long time. People with depression may withdraw and find everyday life is harder and lack motivation. It can range in severity from mild, moderate and severe depression, symptoms will vary from person to person and could include feeling tearful, agitated or irritable, loss of energy, lack of motivation, weight loss/gain, oss of pleasure in activities amongst others.

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Insomnia

Sleep is important and getting the right amount of sleep for you is crucial for physical and mental health. Finding it difficult to get to sleep, waking in the night or waking early can affect all aspects of life.

 

If you struggle with sleep it can impact on the ability to make decisions, feeling irritable and lacking motivation.

Factors such as feeling stressed, anxious and chronic pain can impact on quality of sleep. Hypnotherapy can help target disrupted sleep patterns.