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Cold Weather Wellness

woman in gloves in the snow to illustrate article on cold weather and moodSeasonal Affective Disorder is linked to decreasing amounts of daylight, but lower temperatures in winter can have their own negative effects on your mental health. Being stuck indoors more and being miserable outside because it's so cold are obvious reasons, but there's more to it than that. Fortunately, there are ways to combat it.

Why you might not call a therapist - and why you should

a man making a phone call to illustrate the article on calling a therapistIf you’ve got this far on my site, you might very well be thinking of making some sort of change in your life. So why is it that many people know their lives could change for the better but don't get around to making that call for help?

5 good reasons you should start keeping house plants

image of plants  to illustrate the article on the mental health benefits of keeping themGetting out into nature has been proven to benefit mental health [1]. But if you don’t have easy access to green space, houseplants are a convenient alternative. Not only do they keep you in touch with nature, but they also have many of the same benefits as pet-keeping [2], for example giving you something to care for, without as much commitment.

Research based tips to improve your mental health

image of laughing people, how science can help improve your mental healthWhat do you do to ensure you have good mental health? Just like physical fitness and a healthy weight, good mental health is something we should plan for and work towards, it’s not going to happen by magic or without a little bit of thought. Luckily, science has plenty of tips it can give us that are easy to fit into your everyday life and self-care routines.

A simple approach to self-hypnosis

image of pebbles and flowers to illustrate article on self hypnosisDo you think of hypnosis as something that one person ‘does’ to another; the stage magician with the audience member, or the therapist with the client. In fact, it's quite easy to bring about a trance in yourself, and there can be many benefits of doing so.

Improve your creative thinking

improve your creativity Creative thinking is not only about art and writing. Learning to think ‘outside the box’ will help you find new solutions for problems of any kind by approaching them in a new way. Even if you don't think you're naturally creative, it’s something you can learn! And being more creative can make you happier, healthier and more productive. 

Debbie Waller Hypnotherapy

The Loft Complementary Therapies, Normanton, West Yorkshire, WF6 2DB

Phone me: 01977 678593

Please note: Information on this site is for your guidance only and does not take the place of advice from a medical professional.

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