How many times have you been frustrated at your lack of focus, your inclination to procrastinate, or your lagging desire to get work done? If you’re like most of us, the feeling of overwhelm can mess with your productivity levels. Moreover, as we transition from a socially distant global pandemic to a new normal, more work and social obligations can upset our productivity balance.
For example, let’s talk about how many hours a day we can spend scrolling through our favorite social media news feeds. Every time we pick up our mobile devices, notifications tell us to check out this earth-shattering update or that can’t-miss video post. Add that to our text messages and daily emails disrupting our workflow. Sometimes it’s just too much, and it distracts us from work we know we must get done!
Fortunately, there is good news. There are three ways Hypnotherapy can boost your productivity.
- Hypnotherapy can help you concentrate deeper and become more focused.
- Hypnotherapy helps reduce negative thoughts and obsession over problems.
- Hypnotherapy allows you to relax and sleep more soundly.
Let’s explore these three methods and discover ways to boost your efficiency and effectiveness.
Hypnotherapy can help you concentrate deeper and become more focused.
Hypnosis is similar to guided meditation or mindfulness, as you are casting aside everyday judgments and turning inward to a deeper state of concentration. Science-based Hypnotherapy is like losing yourself in a good book or movie — the entire outside world slips away, and you are entirely focused.
Hypnotherapy helps reduce negative thoughts and obsession over problems.
Because you are in a state of intense focus, you are more open to these positive suggestions than compared to your typical mental state. Hypnotherapy places seeds of different, more positive thoughts. These seeds eventually grow and blossom, paving the way for your unconscious mind to become less cluttered. We aim to harness the power of your unconscious mind through Hypnotherapy.
Hypnotherapy allows you to relax and sleep more soundly.
Every evening, before you go to bed, write down on a piece of paper what you would like to accomplish as if you have already achieved it. Write in detail how good it feels to have accomplished such fantastic success. Keep your notes and refer to them frequently so you can immerse yourself in these good feelings. When you have positive thoughts planted in your mind before you drift off to sleep, you will sleep deeply and have fewer stressful dreams.
If you have questions about how Hypnotherapy can assist you with specific goals, please contact me for a consultation. Science-Based Hypnotherapy (SBH) is what we specialize in here at PROThrive, and we have a growing community of clients who are breaking past their own self-limiting beliefs to live the lives they’ve always dreamed of living. Are you wondering how Hypnotherapy can help? Contact me at maureen@ProThriveSBH.com to find out.