Nashville is an incredibly vibrant city full of great music, food, and positive vibes but for most of 2020, its citizens, like the rest of the Earth’s population, have been living in a completely different world. One incredibly foreign to us. Many of the things that we took for granted are now limited. Some things have been removed completely. The introduction of COVID-19 brought a change of life which required us to be more mindful of the spaces we occupied and the air that we breathed.

We were introduced to a new term—social distancing—which instructed that we stayed six feet apart from others when in public. We have to wear masks as well. For many of us, stay-at-home or shelter-in-place orders were put into effect for a period of time. Some places had or still have curfews. Numerous restrictions were put upon our interactions including our personal ones. These are not easy things to comprehend or to cope with for many people and that is perfectly understandable.

But Many Have Other Problems

Many people have to contend with anxiety from other things unrelated to the virus as well. There were personal and professional relationships that were already fragile before. There were people that already had a hard timing belonging. There were many people that were homeless or living below the poverty line, etc. Compound these and other problems with a pandemic and suddenly more people are struggling. Like the working parents that now have children doing distance learning from home. What if the parents are essential workers? Who watches the young children while they work? There are people who were already struggling to make ends meet and pay their rent that no longer have jobs.

There are numerous coping mechanisms that can be utilized to aid in the uncertainty and anxiety that you may feel due to the pandemic and/or life in general and there are good and bad ways to cope. On the more harmful side, some people turn to overeating, the excessive drinking of alcohol, or the taking of illegal substances, to deal with their problems. On the more beneficial end, some people exercise or talk to others so they can feel better. Some also meditate. But what if you have been down those roads and none of them took you to where you wanted to go?

Try Hypnosis

Disregard the notion that hypnosis is simply a parlor trick practiced by people intent on making other people look like fools by making them think they are swimming or drinking tea for an audience. The media and uneducated public perception have given it an unwarranted and undesirable reputation. In actuality, it is recognized as a legitimate therapeutic aid by the American Medical Association and can help with many problems including the following:

· Elimination of bad habits like smoking

· Anxiety relief

· Weight loss

· Sleep improvement

· Lack of confidence

· Heartbreak

Freedom Hypnosis Can Help

Problems in everyday life are already difficult and when combined with adjusting to life in the time of COVID-19, it can be unbearable. Freedom Hypnosis specializes in hypnosis as a way of helping individuals kick their bad habits, relieve anxiety, and achieve positivity in their lives. It was started by Craig Mackay, a certified hypnotist, life coach, and member of the National Guild of Hypnotists. He is also the founder of Freedom Hypnosis and is dedicated to helping clients reach their goals and improve their outlook and quality of life.

The Truth About Hypnosis

Individuals receive personalized, one-on-one hypnosis sessions to help with their problem. Under hypnosis, Freedom Hypnosis professionals guide individuals into a relaxed state, making them better able to concentrate and respond to suggestion and mental roadblocks are released. At no point does an individual lose control. That is important to understand because many people still think that the only way for hypnosis to be successful, they need to relinquish control of themselves. If anything, they are more in control because in the hypnotic state, they are no long burdened by the trappings of the conscious world. Hypnosis is pain-free, easy, and effective and all that is required is the desire to receive help.

Contact Freedom Hypnosis

Hypnosis is still an interactive and cooperative experience and due to the current state of affairs in the world, the professionals at Freedom Hypnosis also offer online sessions. Online sessions have shown to be as effective as face-to-face sessions. For more information or questions, please visit hypnosisinnashville.com; call (917) 300.1809; or email Craig at craig@hypnosisinnashville.com. Sessions can be offered for other services that are not featured. Just ask.

Author: Hypnosis in Nashville

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