New York Hypnotherapy Professional Provides Stress Relief
My professional services consist of a wide range of therapy modalities: Jungian, Gestalt, Cognitive, and the specialized TIOT modality, for example.
As long as there has not been any surgery performed to the area involved there is a good chance of resolving most issues regarding mental / physical health. Whether the issues concern grief, depression, addiction, anxiety, insomnia, insecurity, or low self-esteem chances are they can be resolved within a short period of time. What will hinder or advance progress is sometimes based on whether or not one is taking heavily prescribed medicine.
Among some of the worse health issues are those debilitating conditions, such as emotional disorder, mental strain, and / or the lack of physical dexterity. Indeed, physical flexibility has a profound effect on how the mind / brain enables, or restricts the body from functioning.
ISSUES RELATED TO STRESS:
ANGER MANAGEMENT - Anger out of control can sometimes cause such severe stress it can not only lead to violent behavior, or cause clinical depression, it can also lead to abuse, and even suicide. Other than making an appointment with this therapist, some of the things that may have an influence on out-of-control rage are breath control, or vocalization, as shown below.
BREATH CONTROL - After becoming a hypnotherapist I was surprised to learn so many patients had no idea as to proper breathing. They would either breathe into their chest, or use some other awkward way to take in oxygen. After demonstrating and explaining exactly how to breathe naturally their voices had a different inflection. The first thing I would advise is to lie down flat and take long, deep breaths about ten times in a row. Then I would point out that this was how to get their diaphragm working naturally. Then I would explain that the diaphragm acted like a bellows, breathing deep would fill the bellows and exhaling would squeese the air out. Another approach I would offer was to raise the arms high breathing in as deep as possible, then lower the arms, pushing out every last drop of air. Of course, I had other ways of increasing the ability to breathe, but they were too lintricate to describe here.
VOCALIZATION: The old adage that counting to ten helps calm a person down is really true. It works because it is tied in with the breathing. In addition to this simple exercise there are many other ways to alleviate stress. Most importantly, would be to begin working on speaking aloud, followed by finding a way to sing that would be comfortable - singing in the shower, or in your closed room, for example. Singing is so meditative to the mind and body the technique is able to sooth every baby to sleep, without fail. Incidentally, singing is actually the elongating, or the lengthening of the spoken word. You will also find that humming, or whistling can put the body at ease, which is often used to counteract fear. Lastly, I would advise reciting poetry aloud as it is so calming to the psyche. I would also suggest poetry, as well as singing, to eliminate stuttering.
RELAXATION TRANCE: Since the basis of my therapy technique includes the use of hypnosis I thought it would be helpful to include a relaxation recording, a brief script demonstrating the power of the trance state, as well as the smoothness of my voice. To listen to my voice please click on the following link. As you listen, just close your eyes and relax in a positive state. >> www.edwardlongo.net/AlleviateStressTherapy.mp3
ALZHEIMER'S: This disease can be prevented from progressing too quickly. To begin with, I would advise breath control as well as vocalization as described above. Other measures used to counteract the memory from deteriorating will be added here shortly. Meanwhile, for the time being, I would suggest playing games such as crossword puzzles, chess, cards (forget gambling - yes, it's a pun,) and even playing hide-go-seek.
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PTSD RELIEF: This is a big one. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a problem that not only effects war victims, but people of all walks of life. My suggestions listed below have not only been gleaned from all kinds of studies, but they became derived out of years of personal suffering after serving four years in the US Naval Air Force:
1 - The first thing to do is to formulate some kind of routine exercise program, preferably with your doctor.
2 - Learn to eat using a balanced, wholesome diet while making sure to maintain proper weight.
3 - Begin spending time learing how to meditate through prayer, yoga, chanting, or any other means that feels right.
4 - Develop relationships with aquaintences, or try extending yourself by developing new relationships.
5 - Join classes such as acting, knitting, cooking or any other kind of group participation - sometimes the more people there are, the merrier occasion becomes.
6 - Participate in playing games, whether with children, or adults. Gameplaying is one of the most effective ways to relieve tension and stress. There is nothing more relaxing then to get the mind off the self.
7 - Naturally, I would prescribe taking a few hypnotherapy sessions from a caring professional.
Why not let this hypnotherapy professional set you on the right course beginning today.
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