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Stress and anxiety have solutions
Stress and anxiety wear on your body as well as your mind. Before you know it, you’re looking as old and tired as you feel. This can make you look unapproachable and unfriendly, which turns people off and makes you that much more isolated from friends, family, and potential partners. Hypnosis can help you get unstuck from the rut you’re in, feel more resourceful, and reintroduce you to the wonderful options that life offers.
It's not your fault!
Stress and anxiety are unconscious, learned responses. This is good news because it means that you can learn new responses. Only you can decide to start making the changes you need to get the changes you want. Using hypnosis, you can access your unconscious programming and change it to begin living a better, more resourceful life today.
Your health can improve
Stress and anxiety are bad enough but, left unchecked, they can take a toll on your physical health. Headaches, fatigue, stomach upset and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), reduced sex drive, and sleep problems can all result from untreated stress and anxiety. And these physical effects can impact your mood and behavior. It’s a downward spiral that you can stop when you take the next step and call for your no-cost consultation.
Take back your life!
How are stress and anxiety limiting your life? How have they damaged your relationships? The irritability, anger, sadness, and depression that can come from stress and anxiety can lead you to a life where you are withdrawn and isolated from your friends and family. Take your life back and discover how hypnosis can help you find relief from stress and anxiety.
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Why choose Peak Performance Hypnosis…
With over 19 years of experience, Peak Performance Hypnosis is Central Ohio’s leader in stress reduction and the management of anxiety symptoms and Jeff Richards is the most respected hypnotist working in the state. Jeff has specialty certifications in medical hypnosis, hypno-analysis, Emotional Release Technique, and the Identity By Design process, among others.
Hypnosis in the treatment of anxiety- and stress-related disorders
Self-hypnosis training represents a rapid, cost-effective, nonaddictive and safe alternative to medication for the treatment of anxiety-related conditions. The tremendous volume of research provides compelling evidence that hypnosis is an efficacious treatment for state anxiety and anxiety-related disorders, such as headaches and irritable bowel syndrome.
Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics, 2010
Hypnosis as a modulator of cellular immune dysregulation during acute stress
Medical and dental students had blood samples drawn in both low- and high-stress situations. Subjects who received hypnotic-relaxation training showed lower levels of chemicals related to stress and higher levels of chemicals related to relaxation and calm.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2001
Stress and atopic dermatitis
Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a complex disease traditionally involving the interaction of genetic, environmental, and immunologic factors. Recent studies suggest psychoneuro-immunologic factors and emotional stress are important in its evolution. Psychologic and stress-reduction interventions were recently shown to improve patient well-being and to significantly improve cutaneous manifestations.
Current Allergy and Asthma Reports, 2008
Self-hypnosis for anxiety associated with severe asthma
Management of asthma can be complicated by both medical and psychiatric conditions, such as gastroesophageal reflux, chronic sinusitis, and anxiety. When symptoms of asthma are interpreted without regard to such conditions treatment may yield a suboptimal outcome. This report emphasizes that anxiety must be considered as a comorbid condition in the treatment of asthma. Self-hypnosis can be a useful skill in the treatment of a patient with anxiety and asthma.
BMC Pediatrics, 2003
Tranceformations: Hypnosis in Brain and Body
In this review, the role of hypnosis and related psychotherapeutic techniques are discussed in relation to anxiety disorders. In particular, anxiety is addressed as a special form of mind/body problem involving reverberating interaction between mental and physical distress. The evidence indicates an important role for hypnosis in managing anxiety disorders and anxiety related to medical illness.
Depression & Anxiety, 2013