Dealing with depression by using hypnotherapy.

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This article is from my Norwich Hypnotherapy Services website. I hope you find it useful.

The main contributer to feeling depressed is frustration. This frustration is usually related to work, relationships or social circumstances. If you are not happy with these situations the frustration, feelings of helplessness or hopelessness can lead to you feeling ‘depressed’.

Going into depression is the minds natural way of turning off the frustration that is just too much to bare. Depression is not a disease, it is a symptom of not being able to cope with the feelings of frustration. Unfortunately today’s society is geared up to dealing with symptoms so until the causes of depression are dealt with the depressed feelings will remain.

If you are not able to make the changes in your life so that you can move forward there are people who can help. Feeling depressed doesn’t have to be a life sentence. It can be a period that you went through when you briefly lost your way.

One of the last places that most people look for help is through Hypnotherapy, but it is the most effective. Hypnotherapy deals with the causes and core issues that maintain depression. Hypnotherapy is natural, fast, cost effective and has no nasty side effects.

If you are interested in finding out how hypnotherapy can change your life visit http://www.norwichhypnotherapyservices.com or call Alex on 07899886882 to arrange for a consultation.

Why the Depressed stay Depressed

Why the Depressed stay Depressed

To understand why depressed people stay depresses you have to realise
that your mind is a pattern seeking device, continually searching for
ways of completing tasks and events. The expressions “you are what you
think” and “seek and you will find” are also helpful in understanding
how the mind works.
If something bad happens to you it’s very easy to focus on it and it
will eventually start to make yourself feel even worse. Your
subconscious pattern making brain will then look back to see if there
were any other incidents in your life that upset you and then you start
to think about them too making yourself feel awful. If this thought
process continues you fall into a pattern or “habit” of looking for bad
stuff until eventually your mind only searches for bad stuff. Then you
become stuck and are very likely to end up feeling depressed.
The good news is that your mind is like elastic and with help from a
qualified hypnotherapist can be taught to search for good stuff instead
of all that negative stuff.
If you are interested in finding out about hypnosis and how it can help
you visit http://www.change4thebetter.co.uk or for anxiety self help visit
http://www.hypnotherapy4anxiety.co.uk