Psychology

Say Good Bye To Work-Stress Using Hypnotherapy!

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Stress seems to have become a part and parcel of professional life making people ineffective and non-productive not just at work, but in their personal and social life as well. Like many others, do you also feel unnecessarily stressed? Well, you do not need to feel burdened by that stress as you can easily kick it out of your life using hypnotherapy. Yes, you heard it right hypnotherapy can help you get over work related stress. Many professionals are using this form of therapy to kick stress out of their life in a matter of days and weeks.

What is Hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is a form of psychotherapy, in which a willing client is put in a very relaxed state called hypnotic state where the client's sub conscious mind is in-charge and helps him/her to find the root cause of the problem and the solution to the same. A trained therapist acts as a facilitator to the client in finding the solution to his own problem and that makes this therapy very unique and effective.

What all can you deal with using this?

Be it a conflict with your peers and bosses, lack of motivation and dissatisfaction at work, feeling stagnant and lack of growth at work, not getting a job (or not able to switch job), feeling overworked, fear of losing the job, impatience, fear of giving presentations, not getting credit for the work, anger issues, work life balance, clarity in terms of which career to choose, you can resolve it all with just a few hypnotherapy sessions. This therapy can enable you to get back in the driving seat of the car called your life and take it in the direction you want to go.

What makes it fast and effective?

Going through a hypnotherapy session can help you relax and let go. Since the solution comes from your own sub-conscious mind and is implemented in the sub-conscious mind, you can see the changes after therapy very soon and they are lasting. While traditional therapy takes months and years to bring positive change, hypnotherapy can do that for you in a matter of weeks.

Corporate, cricketer or designer - They all use it!

People from varied professional background like a suited booted corporate executive, kurta clad journalist, chic fashion designer, sports-person, painter, singer, chef, actor, have used hypnotherapy to manage stress, improve performance and achieve goals faster. So it does not matter what profession you are in, if you are feeling stressed not productive or any other problem, you can rescue yourself using the power of your own mind!

Treat the real problem, not the symptoms!

Often we get stuck with the symptoms of our problem and forget to explore the real problem behind it. For example, if someone is feeling lack of motivation to do the work, it can be just a symptom while the real problem can be anything like not the career you want to pursue, self-doubt, etc. Taking help of a hypnotherapist can help you find the real problem and resolve that which automatically resolves the symptom too. This way that problem is resolved forever and never comes back!

Find your unique solutions!

The experts in the field feel that two different people with exactly same problem can have completely different reason for it. For example, there are two ladies Rashi and Sia and both have a fear of giving presentation. Though there problem at the outer level is exactly same, yet at the level of the sub-conscious, the reasons for that are different for each of them and so is the solution. Since hypnotherapy enables you to interact with your sub-conscious mind you can find your own unique solutions to manage your problems and the stress caused it.

Achieve goals faster and effectively

Achieving goals is a key part of professional life and often not being able to do that leads to unmanageable stress. Using hypnotherapy, you can sub-consciously motivate and program your own mind in such a way that you achieve your goals faster and effectively.

Be successful at work and happy at home

"Between your boss and your spouse, you can keep only one of the two happy". This is quite a popular belief today and if this is the story of your life too, you can change it now. Yes, that is possible. Using hypnotherapy you can improve your effectiveness and productivity at work which gives you more time to spend with family and friends. Now you can have the cake and eat it too!

Daily reinforcement with Self Hypnosis

Once you have resolved your real problem completely under the trained hypnosis, you can also learn self hypnosis to maintain your mental and emotional well being on a daily basis and give yourself a regular reinforcement for whatever you want. With self hypnosis, you will need just 10 minutes every day to keep yourself calm and relaxed and at an arm's length with the monster called stress.

Seek a professionally trained therapist

In the excitement of trying out hypnotherapy, it is important to not forget to see only well trained professional hypnotherapist. When you have a problem with your physical body you go to the best doctor you know. You check his credentials with other people, hospitals, on the internet, etc. Similarly, do your homework before fixing an appointment with a hypnotherapist. Don't just pick up the one with lowest fee because remember a good therapist who has invested money and time in getting the right training and expertise would also like to set his fee accordingly. Having said that, we don't mean that the therapist with the highest fee is the best. In short, do your research. Speak to couple of them before deciding which one to go. The Hypnotherapy School of India and California Hypnosis Institute of India are couple of places which have well trained professional hypnotherapist that can help you. You can check with your friend Google to find out more about these therapy centers and their therapists.

So, if you too have noticed your days at work often being stressed, no need to waste your time worrying over it and getting more stressed. Pick your phone, fix an appointment with a trained hypnotherapist and say goodbye to your unwanted buddy called stress.



The above article is contributed by Pallavi Srivastava, who has been working as a journalist in Print and online media for the last seven years. Since October 2012, she is working as an Independent writer. She is also a practicing Clinical Hypnotherapist. Drawing on her knowledge and experience as a therapist, she loves to share tips to maintain physical, mental and emotional wellness and live life effectively and productively.

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