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Release Hypnosis Is Celebrating It’s 4th Anniversary

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Release Hypnosis Has Turned Four! We’re having a fourth-anniversary celebration! Come join us! Release Hypnosis has been with us now for four years and we’re so excited to have reached this milestone. Over the past four years, Release Hypnosis has been able to help people in quitting their smoking habit, losing weight, applying virtual gastric bands, manage their anxiety, finding acceptance with their sexuality and gender, resolve sexual issues, and letting go of negative emotions from the past that have created beliefs that were simply getting in their way. To celebrate reaching this milestone, we’re offering you a special deal; three sessions for the price of two! That’s a 33% discount! (Terms and conditions apply) If you have a problem, perhaps now is the time to consider how hypnotherapy can help you to make steps forward. What can Release Hypnosis Help With? At Release Hypnosis, we can help with a wide range of conditions. These include among others: Addiction and Recovery Motivation Anxiety Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Chronic Pain Depression Sports Performance and Motivation Improving General Confidence and Self-Esteem Insomnia and Sleep Disturbances Phobias Public Speaking Stress Management Stop Smoking (Smoking Cessation) Unwanted habits Virtual Gastric Banding Weight Loss /…

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What Happens To Your Body And Brain If You Don’t Get Sleep

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What Happens To Your Body And Brain If You Don’t Get Sleep Are you getting enough sleep? Like most people, I’ve had times in my life when I found it difficult to get a night of proper sleep. There are so many factors that could contribute to it too. I have a couple of cats who don’t always get along, and so I feel the need to have the door open so that one of my furkids (named Sambuca) can come and cuddle up to me and be safe. This often means that I am being woken at all times of the night though, either from a small black animal wanting attention or from breaking up a fight. I have a partner who is a chef and, as a result, gets up at extremely early hours. This inevitably will wake me up too. And even those nights where a concern is weighing heavy on my mind and I’ve found it difficult to be able to allow that thought to be put aside so that I can rest. Even during the festive season, the inevitable invitation to parties and functions can often end up exhausting some people out although if alcohol…

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Why a Lack of Sleep Makes Us Depressed … And What We Can Do About It

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Why a lack of sleep makes us depressed … and what we can do about it Alice M. Gregory, Goldsmiths, University of London Historically, insomnia has been thought of as secondary to other disorders such as depression. The idea was that you became depressed – and that your sleep got messed up as a consequence. This might involve difficulty falling asleep, excessive time awake at night or waking up earlier than hoped. This may make sense to those who have experienced depression and found that thoughts of distressing events such as of a deceased loved one, or previous failures, keep them awake at night. The possibility that depression leads to insomnia is also consistent with research in which I have been involved – where we found that adults with insomnia were more likely than others to have experienced anxiety and depression earlier in life. But could things really be the other way around? Could poor sleep be making you depressed? Over the past decade or so it has become increasingly clear that disturbed sleep often comes before an episode of depression, not afterwards, helping to do away with the notion that sleep problems are secondary to other disorders. This is…

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Getting Mental Health On The Line – weekending 29/01/17

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Getting Mental Health On The Line – weekending 29/01/17 This is a weekly post to act as an additional resource for both clients and fellow therapists alike. This week, we’re presenting some of the best from the past week featuring topics as diverse as the value sleep has on mental health, the benefits of meditation, a 10 minute taste of mindfulness, exploring the potential faulty perception of self, and LOTS in regards to the craft of hypnosis itself from the likes of Rory Z, and James Tripp. If you have a video that you would like featured in our weekly roundup, then drop Lawrence a line with a link to your video. Preventing Vulnerabilities How Sleep Impacts Mental Health By AllCEUs Counseling Education A useful podcast that explores the functions of sleep, the sleep cycles and why they’re important, how much sleep is enough and how lack of sleep can lead to feelings of depression, anxiety and irritability. There are also tips and techniques around sleep hygiene. 3 Surprising Benefits of Meditation | Emily Fletcher By Mindvalley Academy Founder of Ziva Meditation, Emily Fletcher, shares 3 of the most surprising benefits of meditation, all of which will improve your daily…

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