A startling survey has revealed that 40% of Australian women have depression and anxiety. It found that women aged 18-35 have the highest anxiety scores -and social media could be the culprit. The Jean Hailes Women's Health Survey 2017 questioned more than 10,000 Aussie women diagnosed with anxiety or depression.Survey director, Dr Helen Brown, provided The Guardian with a possible explanation for why so many young women experience mental illness: "I think they put an enormou
New research suggests that nearly everyone will develop a psychological disorder at some point in their life—but for most, it’s temporary based on research By Aaron Reuben, Jonathan Schaefer on July 14, 2017 published in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology Most of us know at least one person who has struggled with a bout of debilitating mental illness. Despite their familiarity, however, these kinds of episodes are typically considered unusual and even shameful. New research,
This video is about the issues of today's society, to much pressure from everywhere is coming up to us and a lot of us have the feeling of experiencing a burnout or at least being with less energy and how Social Media feeds Anxiety. A great chat with Elena Veljanoski about this topic.
Have fun Christoffel Sneijders #NLP #Hypnotherapy #socialmedia #anxiety #burnout
I received this mail from one of my hypnotherapy students. Who worked with a lady with anxiety and insomnia based on her addiction. " Hi Chris, How are you? Just wanted to say thanks for the training on the weekend. It was great. Also I wanted to let you know I did get a chance to put the combined induction into practice last night. A lady here coming off methadone was highly anxious and agitated. She has been here for 13 days now and has struggled with sleep every night - wh
Source: Northwestern University Northwestern Medicine scientists have discovered for the first time that the rhythm of breathing creates electrical activity in the human brain that enhances emotional judgments and memory recall. These effects on behavior depend critically on whether you inhale or exhale and whether you breathe through the nose or mouth. In the study, individuals were able to identify a fearful face more quickly if they encountered the face when breathing in
Research says that 90-95% of our issues are connected with stress. Even when we have a physical issue, from a sore back to a skin rash to even cancer research share that those can easily be connected with stress. And stress is a container for everything we have in our mind from depression to anxiety to PTSD to our family our career, our kids our cultural background etc. So solving an issue is not always easy? Sometimes it makes sense to understand what are the symptoms and ho
I thought I share one of the concepts of why people do not have the happiness they want to have: Most people are not aware of it but they live their life on automatic pilot, the automatic pilot of the past, with as result that tomorrow is the same as it was yesterday. they are not aware that our - most of the times painful or negative - experiences and how we dealt with that experiences in the past are still running OUR today show. That coping mechanism of that experience of
Fear or anxiety we al have them sometimes and nowadays it is the topic of the day with #Trump being elected to be the new president of the USA.
How do we know if our fears are real fears we should fear or just our own made up imaginations that we fear?
Learn to distinguish the two different fears and create a less fearful live or to say beter a more happy life.
Have a fearless and happy day :-).
Have fun with the video about how #NLP, #Hypnotherapy and #positive #ps