Stress is different for almost everyone!
From a medical point of view, stress is a physical reaction that makes the organism particularly powerful in the short term – and has no ill effects.
Ongoing stress, on the other hand, can seriously harm both the body and soul. The immune system suffers, the risk of diseases in the cardiovascular system increases, and the probability of mental illnesses increases.
Stress makes you fat
According to a published study in the “Biological Psychiatry” journal, subjects who had experienced one or more stressful situations the previous day burned significantly fewer calories than those who had not experienced anything stressful 24 hours before.
For researchers, this is therefore clear: After stress, the body can reduce calorie consumption.
Stressed women had higher insulin values than non-stressed ones. An elevated insulin level inhibits the conversion of fat into energy. At high insulin levels, therefore, the fat burning process is insufficient. As a result, much more fat is in the tissue, and you gain weight.
Physical disorders due to stress
The consequences of a stressful reaction rapidly decrease, and the body returns to regular operation. However, this switching does not occur in permanently sustained stress generating situations.
Stress can then trigger severe physical illnesses. Typical examples of physical disorders due to stress are:
- Cardiovascular diseases, such as high blood pressure, cardiac arrhythmia or heart attack
- Gastric and intestinal problems, such as gastritis, gastric ulcers or duodenal ulcers
- Indigestion, such as diarrhea, heartburn, nausea, and vomiting
- Increased infection susceptibility due to a weakened immune system (immune deficiency)
- Sleep disorders
- Headaches, such as migraine and tension headaches
- Viral diseases, such as cold sores and shingles
- Skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis, as well as allergies or asthma, can be exacerbated by stress.
- Even previously, undiagnosed (but existing) metabolic disorders, such as diabetes or hyperthyroidism, can cause symptoms for the first time through stress.
- Also, healing becomes difficult for any disease under continuous unfavorable stress.
Conclusion: relaxation makes you healthy, smart, slim, and happy.
What can biodynamic hypnotherapy do for chronically stressed people?
Biodynamic hypnotherapy offers a variety of approaches for treatment. Irrespective of whether a disruption has already arisen due to continuous stress, or merely acting as a preventative measure:
- Blockages can resolve
- Unfavorable beliefs can be changed
- Inappropriate fears and insecurities are put to the record once and for all
- Stressful emotional and intellectual legacies can eliminate
- Self-esteem and self-esteem can increase
- Modern relaxation techniques lead to an increase in the energy level
- Hypnosis, hypnocoaching, and self-care can resolve emotional barriers such as anger, anxiety, and shame.
Your treatment for stress
• 1 to 3 sessions
• Session length: 2 or 3 hours
• Biodynamic – hypnotic intensive sessions for stress. Those include:
o Free telephone support
o Minimum one hypnosis CD/Stick for relaxation
• Regression and analytic-conversational hypnosis,
• Work with part-personalities,
• Healing of the inner child,
• MEFT (Mindful Emotional Freedom Therapy),
• NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming),
• Energy therapy – are used depending on the problem.
o Mindful self-hypnosis, which is a highly effective self-hypnosis technique for physical and mental self-influencing results.
You can find additional information regarding methods of biodynamic hypnosis HERE. Please also note the paragraph about contraindications. Any questions? Give us a call or arrange a ½ hour free appointment.