Author: Anna Botsford

3 Simple Ways to Cope with Anxiety

Anxiety is something everyone experiences at times and can be a very natural reaction in certain situations………….if we stand too close to the edge of something when we’re up high, that innate desire to keep ourselves safe will naturally kick in and so it should! Problems with anxiety arise when we experience it in unnecessary situations, in a situation where we’re not in danger or under threat but our mind, for some reason, still considers it to be dangerous and those uncomfortable feelings of anxiety creep in. So it’s really important to have some coping mechanisms up our sleeve to

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5 Tips for a Healthy Mind this Winter!!

It’s been quite a year and our mental health has never been more important. We’ve all had a huge learning curve and for some of us it’s exacerbated fears and anxieties that were already lurking in the background and for others of us it’s bought anxiety up, perhaps for the first time. Who wold have thought when we ushered in a new decade nearly 11 months ago that, just a few months later we’d be isolated from our friends and families, wearing masks to the supermarket, having to cancel long held plans and spend our weekends playing quizzes on Zoom

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Overcome Anxiety in the Workplace

Do you struggle with anxiety at work? spend a lot of time at work, so the environment, the people we work with and what we do are important, but so is feeling confident, valued and fulfilled at work. So what happens if the company, the culture or the people you work with, make that an uphill struggle? What happens if you clash with your boss, feeling nothing is ever good enough and every word, look or email starts to bring up feelings of anxiety? That’s exactly what happened to a recent client of mine, Sarah. She is an experienced HR

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5 Facts you want to know about Hypnotherapy

Here are 5 facts you want to know about Hypnotherapy! Fact #1 – Hypnosis, translates from the Greek word ‘Hypnos’, meaning ‘to sleep’ and has been in use for thousands of years in many cultures. James Braid, a Scottish surgeon, is often regarded as the first genuine Hypnotherapist, who developed the technique further in the mid 19th century from what was previously know as mesmerism. Fact #2 In hypnosis, your brain waves change from Beta, the normal waking state, to Alpha, which is the state you enter just before falling off to sleep. Hypnosis is the natural progression of a

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