Abigail Rogers Hypnotherapy - Bristol, City Of Bristol BS3 1JD

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226 North Street , Bristol , City of Bristol BS3 1JD

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Solution Focused Hypnotherapy in Bristol & online. Mental & physical wellbeing, confidence, clarity & calm. Helping you be at your best in every situation

Abigail Rogers Hypnotherapy is located in the Bristol area of City of Bristol. There are at least 20 other listings in the BS3 postcode area.

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We all know we should find 'me time' in our busy lives but often we put ourselves last on the list - sometimes there's just too much to do! I have to be honest, when things need doing I'm as guilty as the next person of filling my diary up until there's no breathing space - and with my therapist hat on I really should know better. BUT - hooray! 🎉 It IS still possible to create that sense of calm and space so we can stay on top of things rather than feeling like we're drowning. The key? Building little pockets of good stuff into that hectic schedule. I mean tiny, manageable things that just help us stay tuned in to 'us' and what we enjoy. This morning, for example - I took a few seconds to light a lovely, zesty candle my husband had bought me. Amid the mad rush of the morning and a full day of clients ahead, the scent provided a little reminder of the present moment, along with evoking those happy feelings associated with getting the gift in the first place. I made sure I focused on looking around & appreciating the beautiful morning, on my 3 minute 'busy mum march' back from the nursery drop off. I took a moment to really savour my morning coffee, rather than just knocking it back. Tiny, tiny things really do add up to just helping us keep our happy in this hectic world. What little things might you just be able to focus on to help next week feel that bit easier? Have a great weekend!
2/15/2019 7:11:35 PM

Some fascinating research that shows how negative thought patterns affect our physical health, risk of disease and ageing. The good news is that even if we've been stuck in harmful ways of thinking for a very long time, we CAN change the way our brains are 'wired' and learn to think in helpful ways. It's a wonderful process to watch & one of the reasons I love my work so much. As I may have mentioned before, my dad passed away suddenly when I was 17 and I'm convinced stress was a huge factor. So for me, this just shows that whatever we can do to protect our minds & bodies from the effects of stress, it's well worth doing! https://www.facebook.com/29092950651/posts/10161456654900652/
2/12/2019 7:57:25 PM

Sleep can be hard to come by but is so essential for fending off anxiety, de-stressing, learning and staying sharp, productive & creative - to name just a few things! These 5 tips are well worth taking on board and if you still struggle, hypnotherapy & training your mind to relax can really help. https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2019/feb/09/bedtime-routines-five-ways-to-get-a-good-nights-sleep
2/10/2019 7:41:51 PM

I've had such a great week, meeting some lovely new clients and catching up with some familiar faces - you're all doing so well, I'm so impressed. The icing on the cake today was that every single client managed to make it to my afternoon clinic despite the off-putting weather conditions - a hardy & determined bunch! Hope everyone is staying safe in the snow & wishing you all a great weekend. I'm off for a celebratory hot chocolate & some chill time of my own 😊❄️⛄
2/1/2019 7:35:38 PM

Goodness me, it's been such a busy, busy month! I thought I'd better get round to writing a post, though, as I have some news to share. I'm now fully booked for the next couple of months and... as you may or may not know... I'm expecting our second baby in late April! I'm unlikely to be able to take on any new clients before the new arrival but if you'd like to pop your name on my waiting list, I'll be in touch later in the year when I start taking on new bookings. In the meantime Anna from GoodnessMe Nutrition and I are running another Mindful Weight Management course in March and we'd love to see you there 😊👍
1/23/2019 5:27:16 PM

When you're feeling stressed it's completely normal to become very focused on all the tough bits ahead - coping with those relatives that are really hard work, timing everything to perfection, wondering about when the kids will first fall out... The stressed out brain loves to look for problems & potential disasters before they've even happened! The great thing is that knowing this, you can intercept those negative thoughts and remind yourself that things might actually be just fine. And by consciously focusing on what will be good about the next few days - and what's already good in life - you can help your stressed out brain feel calmer and cope much more easily if things do go wrong! ... .. . #Christmas #coping #magic #copingskills #stressed #dontpanic #hatechristmas #struggling #anxiety #worry #happychristmas #merrychristmas #tips
12/23/2018 5:12:22 PM

Tempting as it is to burn the candle at both ends, one of the very best things you can do for your mental well-being & stress levels is to make sure you're getting good #sleep. Not always easy at this time of year - and not always what you'd think. Here are some tips to help you try to keep your slumber on track: 🎄 The most important part of sleep for brain de-clutttering and de-stressing is REM sleep (dream sleep). We need at least 8 hours a night get enough #REM - less than this means more of a stress hangover! 🎄 The other really important thing is consistent sleep cycles - unfortunately taking long lie-ins to try and catch up on lost sleep doesn't help, we can't get it back. Not fair! 🎄 If you've had a late night, it's better to try and wake up at your usual time and then have an afternoon nap the next day, to keep things regular. 🎄 Our lovely REM cycles get disrupted by sleeping pills and - sadly - booze! It's worth trying to drink lots of water alongside that Christmas tipple to keep your blood alcohol levels lower, and maybe looking at what you're drinking and when - nobody wants to miss out but a bit of sneaky planning might just help you get better quality zzz's. 🎄 If you struggle to sleep, try winding down gently to prepare your body & mind for rest. A warm bath, dim lights, avoiding screens & stimulation, and playing a good #relaxation track, white noise or relaxing music can ask really help ease a busy brain into sleep. ... .. . #stress #stressmanagement #festivestress #insomnia #4moresleeps #santascoming #deckthehalls #silentnight #burningthecandle #insomnia #cantsleep #whitenoise #bedtimeroutine #noscreens #bluelight #circadian #bodyclock
12/21/2018 12:24:04 PM

One of the most mentally draining things we face at this time of year is all that decision making - SO much to think about! It's easy to find yourself panicking over getting every present absolutely perfect, and worrying about making it the most special day ever. There are some really good reasons just to say 'that'll do' and move on, though, rather than stressing yourself out! 🎄 We actually make better decisions when we just go with our gut feel and don't try to think too hard - trust yourself! 🎄 Research shows that after a decision is made, we become happier with the thing we've chosen and less bothered about the other options we could have had - so just making that decision is not only a load off but it's a route to guaranteed satisfaction! 🎄 We place far more value upon what other people think than they do - so the chances are they'll be thrilled you've made the effort, whether it's perfect or not. It really is the thought that counts! So go forth and make those decisions in peace and the knowledge that you can't get it that wrong (and if you do... they'll still love you anyway) 😘 ... .. . #Christmas #christmas2018 #decisions #decisionsdecisions #confidence #confidencecoach #selfesteem #selfworth #anxiety #worry #calmchristmas #youreworthit #calm #peace #decisive #itsthethoughtthatcounts #gut #gutinstinct #intuition #trustyourself ourself
12/19/2018 2:42:34 PM

Feeling like the to do list is snowballing? ☃️❄️ It's really vital to give yourself some time off from 'doing' - even if it feels like you'll never get everything done in time! Being constantly busy tells your brain that there's an emergency - it gets used to seeing everything in a very 'all or nothing' way - so we lose perspective and the ability to plan efficiently. You need some time out to let the calming, logical part of your mind restore the balance! I have an annual tradition now of booking a day off in the week before Christmas, to get some me time in with my husband - we'll go for lunch, a massage or a walk, just to wind down. Even making time to do a few minutes of something 'normal' and rewarding helps, though - a read, a bath, a few stretches - anything that just puts yourself back in the picture! ... .. . #calm #peace #restore #balance #worklifebalance #Christmas #crazy #panic #busy #metime #selfcare #mindhacks #feelbetter #worry #anxiety #festivemadness #festivestress #stress #busylady #timeout #youcount #lookafternumber1 #tips #December #7sleeps #7sleepstogo #anger #christmas2018
12/18/2018 8:59:30 AM

Only a week to go until Christmas Eve - blimey, how did that happen? Over the next week I'll be posting my top tips to help you keep your Christmas cool and avoid turning into a seething ball of stress in the run up. The idea of peace on earth & goodwill to all men needn't feel like the most ironic thing, ever - honest! ✨👌🙏🎄 ... .. . #tips #toptips #Christmas #stress #anxiety #panic #worry #8moresleeps #santascoming #calmdown #keepcalm #dontpanic #itsok #depression #cantcope #coping #help #therapist #SAD #tistheseason #stufftheturkey #bahhumbug
12/17/2018 3:55:50 PM

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