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Breathing and anxiety

mann s√łker mann i Finnmark Posted by on May 2, 2012 in Blog | Comments Off on Breathing and anxiety

gratis daten belgie How does breathing affect our anxiety?     I see many clients for anxiety related problems all the time and it still amazes me after all these years, just how a simple breathing exercise helps reduce the symptoms of anxiety. The symptoms I talk of can be anything from butterflies in the tummy to palpitations in the chest. when we become anxious we tend to take shallow breaths but because our breathing is predominantly unconscious (i.e. we are not aware of the breathing as being controlled but more automatic) we don’t become...

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Is humour the best medicine

hvilke norske datingsider er best Posted by on Apr 25, 2012 in Blog | Comments Off on Is humour the best medicine

Laughter and humour. Is it the best medicine?   I was recently laughing my socks off at a DVD of Lee Evans, the comedian, although it was rather stifled as my wife was in bed. But, it made me feel good, it lifted my spirits and for some time I wore a wide smile. Even the next day, I was still smiling, although it was more internal, it still made me feel a warmth inside. I have seen this particular comic in concert a few times and it made me think about how the humour and our perception of the humour changes from when we are actually at...

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Effect of pornography on kids

Posted by on Apr 25, 2012 in Blog | Comments Off on Effect of pornography on kids

The Effect of pornography on kids’ mental health   Online porn is linked to a quarter of mental illnesses among kids, British researchers have claimed. The figure was revealed as Prime Minister David Cameron on Sunday signalled his support for a web clampdown on extreme images. According to London’s Portman clinic, a National Health Survey (NHS) outpatient psychotherapy clinic, use of porn features in 26.5 percent of young patients. It has risen from less than one per cent in the late 90s, The Sun reported. A Parliamentary...

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Putting back the pieces

Posted by on Mar 12, 2012 in Blog, Featured | Comments Off on Putting back the pieces

Putting back the pieces

When we become anxious, stressed or depressed, it may seen that there is no way out of the way you feel. Your thinking changes and the negative emotions become overwhelming. Together, we start to put back the pieces. To spot the distorted unhelpful thoughts and start to gently challenge the way you think and behave. It is somewhat like putting a jigsaw together, to make a whole picture and one that is familiar and makes sense, rather than live your life with all the pieces jumbled up. When you are ready to embrace change, just give me a call...

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CNHC accredited

Posted by on Mar 11, 2012 in Featured, Portfolio | Comments Off on CNHC accredited

CNHC accredited

Recognised and endorsed by the Department Of Health   The CNHC (Complimentary and natural healthcare council) was set up as a direct result of a report from the House of Lords on complementary medicines. It was agreed that some sort of federal body needed to be present, which would regulate a number of professional discliplines within this particular sector. Firstly, the Federal Working Group (FWG) was established in 2007 which eventually became the CNHC. In fact, it became a seperate body in 2008. During this time it organised the...

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Evolution Hypnotherapy

Posted by on Sep 15, 2010 in Featured, Portfolio | Comments Off on Evolution Hypnotherapy

Evolution Hypnotherapy

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Hypnosis for change

Posted by on Sep 15, 2010 in Featured, Portfolio | Comments Off on Hypnosis for change

Hypnosis for change

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