Let’s face it, exams can be nerve wracking.
You’re trying to prove that hours or months or years of training can be tested in a short space of time.
Which means that exam nerves are pretty much built in to the system.
In fact, you wouldn’t be a normal human if you didn’t experience some nervousness before the exam began.
Hypnosis can help you stop smoking.
It’s fast and works better than willpower or patches.
If you can’t spare the time to visit a local hypnotist then you can download a set of MP3s that will help you stop smoking and they have a high success rate. But a personal session often works even better as it will address all the factors that keep you smoking that are unique to you.
Social anxiety affects us all at times.
Maybe it’s the room full of strangers.
Maybe it’s too many people in too small a space.
Maybe you just wind yourself up and become more and more anxious as a result.
Maybe there’s another reason that makes your social anxiety come to the forefront.
Whatever the reason, hypnosis can help overcome it.
Sometimes when you need to assert yourself rather than just hide away.
Assertiveness hypnosis can help sort out the problem and get you more assertive so that you can stand up for yourself more often.
If you’re on the phone with someone, this can be as simple as standing up and clenching your fists (or at least the fist that isn’t holding the phone). Weird as it may seem, the change in posture will come through in your voice and help you come across as being more in charge.
Success is something most of us want but sometimes, deep down, there are worries.
Nagging doubts that turn into self sabotage and stop you from succeeding.
Fear of success is quite common and hypnosis can help you overcome it…
Most of us take bridges for granted but if you’re unfortunate enough to suffer from a fear of bridges, hypnosis can help reduce or eliminate your fear.
Sure, some bridges are scary.
And if you wanted to reinforce your fear you could search out some pictures on the web to do just that.
But that would be counter productive!
Rather than adding excess miles to every trip you make, getting over your fear of bridges is a quick and viable solution.
We’re all alone occasionally but usually not for long.
For most of our life, there are other people around. Whether that’s at home, at school, at work or elsewhere in our lives.
But sometimes our circumstances change and we begin to develop a fear of being alone.
Sometimes that fear is justified – maybe you’re about to move out of home for the first time, maybe there’s been a change in your circumstances or maybe it’s just one of those annoying nagging doubts in the back of your mind that has a habit of making itself known at the wrong moment.
Flying is a convenient way to travel and it’s safe.
But that doesn’t stop people from having a fear of flying.
There are a lot of reasons that people are scared to fly and these can combine to generate an overwhelming phobia that means people would rather drive for hours on end or even miss an opportunity to travel altogether rather than get on a plane.
Alcohol is nice to drink.
But too much of it has unpleasant side effects including the hangover. Not to mention the damage you’re doing to your liver if you drink too much. Or the things you say and do that you regret afterwards.
Hypnosis can help you drink less and still enjoy yourself.
Anger management is probably something we all need from time to time.
Things bug us. That’s life.
It’s how we deal with those things that makes the difference and often we turn to anger as the only way to vent our frustration.
You probably deal with your anger in one of a few different ways: