Stress Management Hypnosis Downloads
Stress management is not just a matter of relaxation, although knowing how to relax can certainly help. Nor is it a matter of aiming to have no stress at all. Stress is essential. If you didn't have any, ever, you would never grow, never develop, never learn anything new, never change and probably die of boredom.
But too much strain and tension in your life can be pretty damaging too, leading to exhaustion, anxiety, depression and physical illness. The stress management hypnosis downloads below will provide you with a complete 'toolkit' for dealing with the pressures of life - both the avoidable and the unavoidable.
Life is so much more enjoyable when stress stops being a burden and becomes the incentive to growth and development that it should be.
— read moreOvercome caffeine addiction and get your natural energy back
Caffeine is the most widely used drug in the world and it's no coincidence that its use has increased alongside longer working hours. For most healthy adults 200-300 milligrams a day (about two cups of coffee) is fine .
But too much caffeine (three cups of strong coffee or more) can lead to insomnia, anxiety osteoporosis, diabetes, ulcers, PMS, stroke, heart disease and may be linked to certain types of cancer.
Other common symptoms are migraines and exhaustion, as caffeine dehydrates and overstimulates your adrenal glands. This leads to an inevitable 'energy crash' - which you may have wrongly interpreted as a cue for another cup! Caffeine abusers say they often feel 'exhausted but edgy' at the same time. Caffeine can simultaneously prevent you getting rest - compounding the effect. — read moreBreak the heroin habit and get your life back under YOUR control
When you look back on how you came to be hooked on heroin, you may be shocked at how such a seemingly fun activity, which once promised you the best of good times, has become your destroyer. Now that you want to quit using heroin - it seems it won't let you go.
You may have started using 'for a laugh', or because 'everybody' was doing it, or because there was 'nothing to do round here', or because you wanted a way out of some troubles of your own. But whatever got you hooked, it feels like now you're sunk. Every time you resolve not to touch it again, something comes along to scupper you. It's hard to stay motivated. — read more