Tag: blushing

Stress

Worry, Anxiety and Stress – the facts and figures

Can you stop yourself worrying? As Mark Twain said in his famous quote “I have known a great many troubles in my life but most of them have never happened” Many of us spend a lot of our lives worrying about things that seem at the time very important. And yet however overwhelmed we feel […]

Anxiety

Anxiety, Hypnosis and 3 magic words that can really help you

Anxiety. Hypnosis, EFT, NLP can help anxiety issues Most of us will have had some experience of anxiety at some point in our lives and that is perfectly normal. Meeting new people, a visit to the dentist or getting prepared for a holiday are just a few example of the type of everyday experiences that may make us feel […]

Hypnosis Helps

Hypnosis Helps

What else can hypnosis help me with? The issues that immediately spring to mind when considering hypnotherapy are stopping smoking, phobias and weight loss. However there are a surprising number of other conditions that hypnosis can help resolve or at the very least assist in experiencing a better quality of life. In fact there is […]

Self Confidence

Does lack of self belief undermine your confidence?

Imposter syndrome and Fraud syndrome Do you feel that you are promoted beyond your capabilities and will soon be “found out”? Perhaps despite achieving top marks at University and securing a good position at work you are afraid that someone will expose you as a fraud! Perhaps you did not go to University and feel […]

Change Your Life

3 Important Things you can do to help change your life positively for ever.

 Want to make a start and change your life? 1/ Love yourself Most of us know how to love our family and friends, partners and children but have we ever thought about loving ourselves?  On an aeroplane the rule in an emergency is for parents with children to  first put their own oxygen mask on before […]

Does Blushing Embarrass You?

Hypnosis for Blushing & Anxiety Disorders

Does Blushing Embarrass You? Blushing is generally triggered by a perceived embarrassment or anxiety. When we blush (and we all do at some time or other) it is an involuntary experience triggered by the Sympathetic Nervous System. When we are embarrassed or under stress the nervous system opens the blood vessels below the surface of […]