Our mind can feel like a pressure cooker some days. Sometimes it feels it is being overloaded with so much information. We receive lots of new information all the time. This can make us feel overwhelmed and has a knock-on effect on our concentration. If you want to find out how to release this build-up of pressure in your mind read my published article written for the Talented Ladies Club.
In this article, I have summarised 5 methods that you can use to calm your mind.
The key points are below:
1. Become aware of what conversations are going on in your head. To keep yourself present, a technique called mindfulness can really help. I explain how this works in my article.
- Learn how to shift yourself out a negative frame of mind. We can do this by asking ourselves two questions. (Follow the link at the bottom of the page to find out what the questions are)
- Focus on your breathing.
- Read for pleasure. When was the last time you lost yourself in a book?
- Get moving!
Choose whatever exercise works best for you. Going for a brisk walk every day for 30 minutes in the daylight (if possible) can really help.
So, the next time you find you have endless anxious negative chatter going on inside your brain that is keeping you feeling stressed, try any of these five tips to soothe your brain leaving you feeling calmer and ready to have an amazing day!
To read the full article see: https://www.talentedladiesclub.com/articles/five-proven-methods-to-calm-a-busy-mind/
Judith Ward is a multi-award winning clinical hypnotherapist practising Solution focused hypnotherapy in Bangor in Northern Ireland and via Skype. She recently won the title Best New Business 2017 by the Bangor Awards. She helps people overcome work and personal life stresses, anxieties and fears to help them become a happier version of themselves. To find out more about letting go of anxiety you can contact me at www.judithwardhypnotherapy.co.uk or join me on Facebook. Click on the link to read articles about well-being. http://bit.ly/2yM6VFJ
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