Debbie's Hypnotherapy Blogs
Harvard Medical School says that a good night's sleep plays a vital role in promoting physical health, longevity, and emotional well-being. So, what is a good night's sleep? Why can you sometimes sleep all night and wake up tired? How can you get a better night's sleep? This helpful video will tell you this and more.
Most people's understanding of hypnosis is based on what goes on during a stage show. They may have seen a show, been told about it, or just picked up impressions from jokes they've heard in the pub. These impressions usually involve volunteers clucking like chickens, dancing with brooms or singing like Tina Turner – and probably none of this would inspire you to look at hypnosis as a way of dealing with personal problems!
Lots of us lack confidence from time to time, and this might be quite natural. But if your confidence is regularly low, or always low in a specific situation, there are some simple steps you can take to feel better and more in control.
As a new non-smoker, you'll probably be given lots of advice. Some of it may be really good, but here are ten things you should absolutely refuse to believe. There are lots of tips on the Net for those who want to quit but I want to aim this at those who have already quit, whether this is via the NHS #stoptober or #smokefree campaigns, or for other reasons.
Anxiety is thought to be the mind's way of protecting us by making us careful of unknown or potentially dangerous situations. It's meant to be useful, but like an overprotective parent, it can be a problem when we become so 'protected' that we find it difficult to do things, or our quality of life is affected.
When I first became a Hypnotherapist I discovered that hypnosis is a topic that everyone has a view on, but not many people know much about. Thanks to the stage and TV, lots of people have an idea that hypnosis is about clucking like a chicken, or dancing like Elvis. Not something that would inspire you to look at it as a way of dealing with your personal problems unless perhaps you are an Elvis impersonator with stage fright!