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Coping with Stress in Cambridge and London

Treating Stress with Hypnosis - Cambridge Hypnotherapy

You might think of stress as just a mental thing - excessive pressures, worries and anxieties of work, family, behaviour, trauma, life. However this is in many ways wrong, these are in fact just some of the common causes of stress. Stress is really your bodies natural and often inappropriate reaction to these 'causes'. This physiological reaction is to produce adrenalin and cortisol, the cause of most of the serious symptoms of stress.

You may feel anxious, You cannot make decisions, you prevaricate, always feeling on edge and want to hide.

Dr James Rutherford works from the Frank Lee Centre, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge. His own private clinic rooms, CB1 and The Joseph Clinic, London, E18 2AQ. and Sandwell and City NHS Trust.

Phone to discuss treatment but in most cases a three session treatment is enough. Resolving the stress response, coping differently to stressors, teaching specific coping strategies for stress.

Tel. direct 0779 210 82 72 or London 0208 89898143 or email Dr James Rutherford

Symptoms of Stress

  • Obesity and over-eating
  • Increased or excessive drinking of alcohol
  • Loss of appetite or anorexia
  • If you smoke - you'll smoke more
  • Increased coffee consumption
  • Excessive and continuing irritability with other people
  • Substance Abuse
  • You can't make decisions, large or small.
  • Unable to concentrate - (common symptom of stress)
  • Increased and suppressed anger
  • Loss of your sense of humor
  • Paranoia
  • Not be able to cope with life, feeling out of control
  • Jump from one job to another without finishing things
  • Excessive emotion & crying at small irritations
  • Lack of interest in anything other than work
  • Permanently tired even after sleep - (another very common symptom of stress)
  • Decreased sex drive / libido
  • Stress can cause Nail biting




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