Updated: Apr 7
Daily stresses at work have become a normal part of life, for a lot of people – especially those who work in the city. Statistics on the Hse.gov website show that a massive 1.3 million of employed people in Great Britain suffered from a work-related stress disorder of some kind during 2015/2016. And also that 30.4 million working days were lost in that same time to stress-related illnesses.
Stress, anxiety and thought patterns
So, what can be done about this growing phenomenon that seems to be plaguing our modern working lives? Well, unfortunately most of us don't have the luxury of stopping the stress at its source – depending on the type of job we do, of course – so what can be done to alleviate that anxiety regarding our daily working practices? Well, you'll notice that not all of us have the same pressure threshold; how does your colleague manage to keep so cool, calm and collected while you find yourself sweating and having palpitations in the same situation? It's all about how we deal with certain situations and how we are programmed to react, according to our individual thought patterns. Learning to spot these telltale patterns and going about changing them may seem like a tall order, but it's actually extremely simple, given the right help.
How hypnotherapy can fight stress
Solution Focused Hypnotherapy is a very successful way of diffusing all kinds of anxieties and tensions, whether at work, at home or in any other aspect of your life. An amalgamation of psychotherapy, CBT and hypnosis, clinical hypnotherapy works by, among other things, communicating directly with your subconscious mind and suggesting positive changes. By applying tried-and-tested, scientifically proven methods, the hypnotherapist can help you cope better with your day to day problems and find solutions within yourself to overcome those hurdles with ease.
There could be a thousand and one reasons behind your issues in the workplace, and every one of them valid, but there are ways of coping with them better – and Solution Focused Hypnotherapy for work stress and anxiety could be the one for you.
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