Tag Archives: stress

How stress changes your brain

The effects of stress on our body are listed in the article below. With the help of hypnotherapy we may be able to create a deliberte effect on  our autonomous nervous system, which is normally controlled by our subconscious mind … Continue reading

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Hypnosis: The restorative ritual that keeps film star Kevin Bacon happy and able to snooze like a baby

Getting quality sleep isn’t easy. Between your S.O. stealing the blankets, your dog hogging the bed, and a billion things running through your mind, waking up feeling totally refreshed is basically like winning a gold medal (read: it’s hard to … Continue reading

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New evidence shows the calming power of reminiscing about happy times

You’ve just had a fight with your partner or a confrontation with a colleague. Now your heart’s racing, and you’re struggling to think straight. What should you do? Psychologists are not short on ideas for how to calm yourself down … Continue reading

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The best way to de-stress, according to science

Read the article below to find out about the potential of breathing control associated to wellbeing. With the help of hypnotherapy we can learn techniques which may help us achieve the control of our breathing. Connecting this control with the … Continue reading

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How to fall asleep in 60 seconds

Read the following article to learn a quick and easy technique to help you sleep. The practice of this technique includes a pattern of relaxation based on breath control. With the use of this exercise we learn to provoke an altered state of consciousness, a … Continue reading

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Sandrine Thuret: You can grow new brain cells. Here’s how TED Talk

Filmed June 2015 at TED@BCG London Can we, as adults, grow new neurons? Neuroscientist Sandrine Thuret says that we can, and she offers research and practical advice on how we can help our brains better perform neurogenesis—improving mood, increasing memory … Continue reading

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The connections between emotional stress, trauma and physical pain

Chronic pain can be caused by trauma and stress. Studies have shown that chronic painmight not only be caused by physical injury but also by stress and emotional issues. In particular, people who have experienced trauma and suffer from Post … Continue reading

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