Relaxation is something we all need more of in our lives but so few of us actually make it happen. This leads to us always being on the go, always rushing to that next appointment or doing just one more thing before we stop for the day. In time this can lead to stress and anxiety for some. But it doesn't have to get that serious for most people IF there is some self care along the way.
By having such a hectic lifestyle and by not allocating time to relax and unwind properly many of us eventually feel run down and exhausted. Many people even become ill because they don't relax and give themselves time to cath their breath.
People who allow just a little time on a regular basis to unwind and relax tend to find they have more energy, sleep better, enjoy more of their life and have better health generally.
Because of this I have created this fast relaxation video. In just 10 minutes you can feel more relaxed, you can go back to a relaxing memory and relive it again. By going back in your memory to this relaxing time you can't help but feel more relaxed today...right now! Through a hypnotic technique called 'anchoring' you can then associate this relaxation with a physical movement, like pressing a finger and thumb together, which can become a shortcut back to that great memory.
With this shortcut back to relaxation you can be more relaxed and as a result you can feel better.
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If you have difficulty relaxing and want some help in unwinding then hypnotherapy in Sheffield with Focused Hypnosis could be the answer. Call now on 01143830123 for a free 20 minute chat.
About the author:
Richard Hennessy is the principal hypnotherapist at Focused Hypnosis. He founded Focused Hypnosis in 2009 and since then it has consistently been one of the highest rated hypnotherapy clinics in Sheffield. It is now the biggest hypnotherapy practise in Sheffield. Richard specialises in weight management.