Public Speaking Nerves

Does your job require you to speak to a group of people on a regular basis? Do you get very nervous before speaking? Do you experience dry mouth, fast heat beat, sweating, mind going blank, shaking legs? Perhaps during networking and being introduced to new people...

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is also known as OCD and 12 in 1000 people suffer from it. It is an anxiety disorder which maybe recognised by intrusive thoughts. For instance, these thoughts produce feelings of nerves, fear or worry and trigger repetitive behaviours....

Manage Pain with Hypnosis

Hypnotherapists would never use hypnosis to treat pain unless the cause of that pain is already known and has been diagnosed by a medical practitioner. Pain is sometimes a symptom of a more serious underlying condition, hypnosis can be very effective in relieving pain. Hypnotherapy is used in a variety of situations for treating pain.

Exam and Test Nerves

Imagine if you could walk into any exam or test situation feeling calm, relaxed and confident; able to recall information more easily and quickly and able to ‘let go’ of worrying about the end result.

Treating Children with Hypnosis

Treating children with hypnosisWhen problems are encountered with teenagers or children, asking them 'what's wrong' rarely results in a straightforward answer. The best you can sometimes expect is 'I dunno' and a shrug of the shoulders. Frequently, adolescents really...

Hypnotherapy to alleviate panic attacks

Panic AttacksPanic attacks range from hot or cold sweats, feelings of fear, increased heart rate, and stomach churning. In extreme cases people can feel like they're are having a heart attack.Panic attacks usually first occur when your anxiety levels are raised and...

Hypnotherapy to aid sports motivation

Sports MotivationTaking part in any sport at a competitive level involves a great deal of physical control and mental concentration. Sports motivation helps you with these two things, by using hypnosis.Coaches and managers the world over are all aware that the...

Hypnotherapy to help Insomnia

Sleep is a wonderful thing that we take for granted, that is until we can't sleep. If Insomnia starts to take over our life then bedtime can feel daunting. Most adults need between seven and eight hours' sleep each night, although we're all different. Some people find...

Hypnotherapy to help stress or anxiety

Stress or anxiety is a common problem in today’s society and most people will encounter these issues at some point. A certain amount of stress can be dealt with naturally, as long as it stays within your ‘safe levels’.