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Stressed out at the end of a working day? Your mind racing?

Take 5-10 mnutes writng a 'To Do'' list for the following day, business tasks and personal tasks.
Then close your eyes, take 3 deep breaths and say to yourself, "My work is done, my mind is clear, its now my time to relax". Now just allow yourself to let go of it all and enjoy your evening.

You'll sleep better and be more productive the next day. Give it a try and let me know how you get on, just send an email from the 'contact us' page.

By Jan Page
Anxiety starts very small. At first it's a gentle inclination, but through avoidance the brain learns two things: that the thing you are by passing is scary, and that avoiding the thing makes you feel good. The more you avoid it, the more it is reinforced in your brain.
If something makes you panic or feel anxious you cannot avoid it, you'll only exacerbate the problem. So 'feel the fear and do it anyway'. Start gradually, small steps lead to bigger ones.

If you would like help dealing with your anxiety then please give Serenity Hypnotherapy a call. Why not take a look at my testimonials and see how I've helped others with anxiety.

By Jan Page
Serenity Hypnotherapy now has a page on Facebook. Just clck the Facebook link at the top of this page and it will take you straight there. Please take a look to find regular blogs, hints and tips for a more serene life. Click 'LIKE' to receive them on your facebook feed.
Stress and anxiety affect our digestion. If you are experiencing these negative feelings your body goes into fight or flight mode and to allow it to focus on the threat the body switches off some of the digestive processes, such as the production of enzymes that break down food. This means your body doesn't extract as many nutrients from the food, even if it's a healthy salad or a plate of pasta. To find out how Serenity Hypnotherapy can help you to reduce stress, beat anxiety and kick start weight loss please call and make that positive first step to creating the new you.

By Jan Page