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Category Archives: Anxiety
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The nail biting issue can be solved with a hypnotic approach
People commonly believe that nail biting is truly an unappealing and objectionable habit. Many individuals bite their nails in their school years then stop in the later years of adolescence. An unfortunate few keep this habit into adulthood causing actual physical damage to their fingers: making use of it as a crutch to take care of anxiety and panic or other underlying problems. Hypnotherapy is commonly used to help those suffering from this negative behaviour.
What is classed as a negative behaviour?
A habit is identified as being a pattern of behaviour that’s chronic and customarily subconscious. It’s actually something we obtain by reproducing a particular behaviour many times. The nature of a habit is that it is not hard to get into but tough to get out of. A habit is defined as a bad one when it causes harm to us emotionally or bodily.
Comfort eating, drinking and cigarettes are activities people undertake. It is when these activities are carried out without you purposely doing them, without you creating the conscious thoughts leading to the activity that you know it is a habit. It’s when you have just stubbed out a cigarette or chewed off a whole nail and then discover you can’t recall consciously choosing to do it.
Why is fingernail biting a negative habit?
Fingernail biting is, generally, a behavioural pattern developed by individuals suffering from anxiety and panic, but can also be a purely physical habit. One reason why nail biting is so bad for you is that it hurts your body. In milder cases, you can have red fingers and shredded cuticles which could be more prone to getting snagged or which hurt when they make contact with fresh lemon juice or salt. Once in a while, fingers could become disfigured as the nail is completely lost.
It just isn’t just your fingers that can be affected; there are lots of dental issues relating to nail biting too. Gingival injury is where consist ant nail biting erodes gingival tissue (soft tissue in the mouth) in a specific area. You may transfer nasty infections to the body by having oral exposure to the bacteria tucked away deep in the nail bed.
Most nail biters know that they have an issue but they simply don’t have the ability to stop it. It can be very mortifying to catch yourself nibbling away and realising you are surrounded by individuals who are finding the behaviour unappealing. It’s also distressing when friends notice your ruined fingers and nails.
The most important thing to recognise is that the nail biting is on the whole a coping system for something a little bit deeper that needs bringing to the forefront of the mind and handling.
People use hypnotherapy strategies to help stop nail biting and quite a few people see good results sometimes after only one or two sessions.
Hypnotherapy Solutions can lessen your stress
Most people have experienced some stress within their lives and some of us have to put up with the effects of it frequently. Of course stress related conditions are rife in society. A hypnotic approach can be a helping hand to take control of this damaging emotion.
There are numerous triggers – every person responds uniquely to their surroundings, so what affects one person strongly might have no impact on someone else. Some people find they cope extremely well day to day with stress symptoms until something tips the balance and they break from the stress quite quickly. Most of us have to endure stress but we all have a level we can cope with without it having a detrimental effect on our wellbeing. Clues that you may be unable to cope with your existing amount of stress are: being mentally irrational, getting angry at the slightest thing that annoys you or upsets you, being troubled by stuff you normally wouldn’t have noticed, feeling nervous or on edge, disturbed sleep patterns and feeling overwhelmed and unable to concentrate.
You might also begin experiencing physical signs and symptoms such as: tummy problems or find yourself partaking in bad habits more often. If stress begins to take over it can normally lead to chronic panic attacks or depression if not treated. If you think stress is starting to impact your life negatively and you are battling to cope, it may be that hypnotherapy could be the help you’re looking for.
Brief stress can be treated effectively through the use of a hypnotic approach. When you are aware that you’ve got a very stressful situation coming up, a hypnotic approach can assist you prepare and/or contend with the effects it can have. As an example if you are planning a big house move and know it could be incredibly difficult mentally, there is quite a few ways hypnosis may help. Hypnosis is often associated with relaxation, which means that the very act of hypnosis could allow your stress levels to be diminished without any other treatment. Treatment usually will involve teaching you how to cope and overcome stress long term. You can learn how to have a strong and empowered mind helping you to have the confidence to tackle the stress head on.
Long term stress can also be sorted out with hypnotherapy tactics. Many people endure the secondary effects of long term stress and find their lives seriously affected. The experienced hypnotherapist may usually help you to find the underlying cause of the issue before helping you learn how to deal with the stress. This is an empowering course of action, because not only are you able to discover why you happen to be plagued with the signs and symptoms for so long but most importantly you can learn how to manage it and overcome it yourself.
If you really feel that you are stressed out why not contact Will Penrose today and take the first steps towards a more relaxed lifestyle.
Will Penrose an established hypnotherapist that specialises in stress and anxiety, said “stress can have an incredibly negative effect on our lives. Sadly most people only recognise it once it has reached an inappropriate level. Hypnosis helps to put stress at bay whilst teaching methods to deal with any future stress.”
Will Penrose from Richmond Hypnotherapy Clinic is well qualified and has countless years of practical experience of taking care of stress related issues using hypnotherapy solutions within their practice located in Richmond Upon Thames.
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