Worry freeWouldn’t it be great to be free of your worry?  You can be! Corrie ten Boom once said, “Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow. It empties today of its strength.” At Seattle hypnosis and Bainbridge hypnosis you can learn mindfulness relaxation techniques to quickly and easily release the worry so that you can relax your mind and body. No matter what is going on around you, when you are mindful and being in this moment, all is well in your world and you are safe.

9 Scientifically-Backed Ways
To Stop Worrying

Huffington Post, February 24, 2014, Numerous studies have shown that worry not only puts a strain on our mental health, but on our physical health, too. While worry in and of itself is not bad — it spurs us into action, after all — too much of it can lead to anxiety, which can have a lasting impact on health and happiness. For instance, research has shown that anxiety can take a toll on sleep, tax your immune system, raise your risk of post-traumatic stress disorder, and even affect your risk of dying from disease.

The problem with worrying is that it becomes a cycle of self-perpetuating negative thoughts.

Researched ways to be worry free:

1. Set aside a designated “worry time.”
2. Kick your online addiction.
3. Be mindful.
4. Accept the worry — and then move on.
5. Write your worries down.
6. Cut yourself some slack.
7. Keep your hands busy.
8. Make time for meditation.
9. Get your heart pumping.

Read 9 Scientifically-Backed Ways To Stop Worrying

“Worrying…is like praying for something bad to happen!” ~Sloane Tanen

Do you worry? Are you praying for something bad to happen? You can change that. Mindfulness can bring you to that quiet space inside you where you are OK no matter what is going on around you. Be in this moment.

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