Hypnotherapist offers free helping hand to deal with Coronavirus anxiety
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One award-winning Hypnotherapist is doing her bit to help people cope.


Hypnotherapist offers free helping hand to deal with Coronavirus anxiety

As the Coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, and people's daily stress levels rise to new heights, one award-winning Hypnotherapist is doing her bit to help people cope.

San Diego-based Hypnotherapy expert Diane Edwards, has now released a free download designed to help people deal with their worry, stress and anxiety about the virus.

"For many of us these are unprecedented times that can have an enormous impact on everyday lives," Diane said. "Some people may already suffer with low-level anxiety while others might be feeling new physical and psychological strains for the first time.

Diane says "I have spent over 30 years helping people cope with and reduce their anxiety using Hypnosis. The techniques can also be applied successfully in this current pandemic. I'd encourage anyone who is feeling stressed or anxious to download my free session and see if it helps."

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The easy-to-listen-to audio recording can be accessed from any computer or device, and simply requires the listener to be settled in a safe, quiet space, where they can fully engage with Diane's soothing words.

Diane added: "Even just taking 15 minutes out of your day to focus on yourself, rather than the latest virus news or update, can help you regain a sense of balance and focus. It's all about relaxing your mind, deflecting the negative thoughts, and replacing them with calm, positive ones."

"To some degree it's natural to worry, and we all do it – it's how our mind handles problems or potential problems," Diane explained. "But it stops being useful if we become stuck in a cycle of negative thoughts about things that are out of our control."

One such way people have been trying to exercise control and diminish their worries is by the unhelpful practice of 'panic-buying' goods such as hand sanitizers and toilet paper. This is being further fueled by images of empty shelves in the media, and on social media.

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"It's an exaggeration of a natural reaction – we think we're fighting for our survival. Suddenly, certain items take on much greater significance and just  possessing them seems to calm our fears, that is until the next bout of fear takes hold about a different 'essential' item.

"This pandemic has many repercussions beyond the actual virus. One is the potential impact on mental health as people try to manage an increasingly stressful situation. If I can help ease that stress in just a small way, I believe it's worthwhile trying."

To access Diane's download, visit https://sandiegohypnosisclinic.com/corona-virus

Diane Edwards

Source: San Diego Hypnosis Clinic
Filed Under: Health

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