Make relaxation a habit with hypnotherapy
1st September, 20150 Comments
Written by: Troy Robins - Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist
As your mind begins to relax, many wonderful and beneficial things happen to you. First of all, your body stops producing stress hormones which makes it easier for your body to relax and so, as your mind relaxes, your body happily follows suit.
As all the stress melts out of your muscles and your muscles become limp, your blood pressure starts to drop. This is wonderful as it takes the strain off your heart, and allows your heart time to rest and recuperate. Lowering your blood pressure also takes strain off of your kidneys and allows them some time to rest and recover.
As the heart and other muscles relax; the need for oxygen is reduced in the body, the lungs slow down and also rest and recover. The absence of stress and tension in the body leads to a reduction of pain caused by chronic tension.
Being relaxed in this way allows time for the body to recover the ravages of stress and reduces fatigue effectively. Once having reduced fatigue in the body, this practice also reduces anger and frustration while enhancing your concentration and your mood. Practicing relaxation in this way also improves your self confidence.
Perhaps the most important benefit to being relaxed is it improves your immune function. The immune function works optimally in a relaxed environment and so practicing relaxation until it becomes a habit is highly recommended. A highly effective immune function wards of illness and facilitates more rapid recovery in the case of illness.
There are many methods to achieving this wonderful state of relaxation such as yoga or meditation. Perhaps the quickest and most effective method for learning how to relax is through the use of hypnotherapy. A competent hypnotherapist will be able to teach you a simple method to relax your mind and body in a few minutes.
Hypnotherapy as a method to learn relaxation is desirable as you can practice relaxation at your leisure whenever and wherever it suits you. As long as you can sit in a safe, comfortable chair you can practice relaxation. You don’t have to go to a specific venue, at a specific time to practice relaxation using hypnotherapy which makes it very convenient and affordable.
About the author
Troy Robins is a highly experienced clinical hypnotherapist who has helped many thousands of people over many years of professional practice. Troy works at the Oxford Hypnotherapy Clinic in Oxford. More information is available at www.oxfordhypnotherapyclinic.co.uk.
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