Everyone will experience stress at one point or another. In some cases, however, stress can be effectively managed through the art of hypnotherapy.
Individuals experience stress when their body’s sympathetic nervous system reacts to an outside event, causing their system to produce larger amounts of cortisol, adrenaline, and noradrenalin. These chemicals are responsible for increasing your heart rate, sweating, alertness, and muscle preparedness. However, these chemicals also slow down non-essential body functions such as the digestive and immune system. Additionally, the heightened state of alertness that occurs with stress often makes it difficult for individuals to sleep.
Hypnosis can help manage stress by providing you with the skills needed to subconsciously control your body’s response to stress, ultimately slowing down your heart rate and helping you cope with the symptoms. Learn more about the benefits of hypnotherapy by contacting Plymouth Hypnosis Center in Philadelphia at (610) 397-1515. As always, individual results may vary.