Tag: Gresham Hypnosis Center

Hypnosis: An Alternative Approach to Stress Reduction

We all know what stress can do to us, right? Poor sleep, no appetite, anxiety, agitation and a host of other symptoms. There are several anti-stress medications out there and the drug Citalopram (CeleXA) is the most prescribed to help people deal this the stress in their lives. That’s good, right? But what isn’t so […]

10 Common Symptoms Of Depression

  Every year approximately 9.5 percent of the American population suffers from depression. Depression is a grave illness that affects day to day life and destroys families. It is a disorder that controls the mind and its functions causing loss of appetite, sleeplessness, mood swings, and a deep sense of despair. The symptoms of depression […]

Stress In The Workplace – How To Cope With It

Most of us readily acknowledge that stress is an inescapable part of life in our modern society. It’s in the home, the schools, and the workplace. Workplace stress management is becoming a buzz word of sorts, as more companies seek ways to cope with workplace stressors. But what is it? Defining Workplace Stress “Stress is […]

Eye-Opening Facts About Stress

Lack of sleep may throw the body’s system off balance. It is one of the factors that may contribute to stress and fatigue. In the long run, lack of sleep hampers a person’s emotional well-being, mental abilities, productivity, and performance. Lack of sleep actually increases the production of a hormone called corticotrophin-releasing hormone (CRH). The […]

What is Hypnotension?

What is Hypnotension? The Hypnotension™ program is a one-to-one therapy between you and a specially trained Certified Hypnotension Practitioner at Gresham Hypnosis Center.  Together, you will address the emotional and lifestyle factors which contribute to your high blood pressure so that you can take back control and lower high blood pressure naturally. The Hypnotension™ program uses […]

4 Aggravators to High Blood Pressure

New High Blood Pressure guidelines say 130/80 is now considered pre-hypertensive. Over 90% of high blood pressure is what doctors call “Primary or Essential Hypertension.  That means, quite probably, there is no medical cause for the condition.  The remaining 5-10 % describes “Secondary Hypertension“. What can agravate primary hypertension? Many things, including high alcohol consumption, excess […]