Tuesday, 4 April 2017

The Importance of Stress Management the Workplace

Nowadays the medical profession, employers and HR professionals are recognizing just how much stress seems to be in the workplace.  Governments are setting up various rules that need to be followed to ensure that people are able to cope with todays stressors.

We all live under increasing pressure these days, and many of the corporate clients we work with present with issues around stress, but what is ‘stress’ exactly?

The standard definition is something like the emotional, physiological and psychological effects caused by a build up of either internally or externally generated mental pressure ….

Everyone responds differently to stress. Some may have anxiety, panic attacks, or display aggressive behavior. Others find it affects their digestive system or make them feel tired or run down. We have had people describe sudden feelings of fear or panic, early morning waking, feeling edgy or bad tempered, upset Stomach, diarrhea, or constipation, poor concentration, constantly feeling exhausted, palpitations, headaches or migraine, feeling tense, all manner of aches and pains, and much much more

Excessive stress in your life interferes with your interpersonal relationships at home, on the job, and socially. Stress can waste your vitality and deplete your personal energy resources. You can become negatively influenced in your attitudes and feelings about yourself more easily. More seriously, medical research estimates as much as 90 percent of illness and disease is stress-related. It can interfere with your physical functioning and bodily processes, raise blood pressure and directly harms the cardiovascular system. Stress depresses the immune system and allows chronic illnesses to overwhelm us, It can cause real pain, disability, and even death.

With the advent of rules and regulations regarding stress in the workplace many companys are actively seeking ways to deal with this issue in house.  Stress management courses are becoming the norm in the business environment.

Hypnosis is the ideal tool to use to learn new ways to cope more effectively.  Its a powerful tool to counteract stress and stress related illness, and one of the fastest and the easiest way to relax deeply by lowering heart rate and blood pressure and relaxing muscle tension. Hypnosis is a relaxed and focused state of mind and people can be trained to enter this state in just a few sessions. Once trained, most clients can induce a self-hypnotic state at any convenient times during their day simple and easily.

Our Foundation Course in Clinical Hypnotherapy not only gives you a solid foundation in using and creating the trance state it also qualifies to you be a Stress Management Consultant.  Giving you strategies that can translate into a lucrative business teaching stress management techniques.

Details of our next Foundation Course can be found here …….  https://icchypnotherapy.com/training-courses/clinical-hypnotherapy/


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