Susan Gale Hypnotherapy
Beltain Consultancy

’Life is for Living‘


Some common symptoms of stress are:

  • Irritation with others.
  • Sudden explosions of temper.
  • Bursting into tears for no good reason.
  • Difficulty in sleeping or waking up more tired than when you went to bed.
  • Stomach upsets.
  • Digestive disorders (including what’s often labelled Irritable Bowel).
  • Headaches & migraines.
  • Dizziness and fainting.
  • Lack of energy.
  • Twitching muscles.
  • Muscular pain or lack of tone and lack of strength.
  • Inability to relax and enjoy life.
  • Back pain.
  • Stiff neck or shoulders.

No need to suffer.

Even if you’ve had to struggle against all the odds for years, help is at hand to break the vicious stress circle of tension-worry-symptoms-tension.

Susan Gale is an experienced hypnotherapist who understands how easy it is to be caught in stress traps. She will help you break free.

As well as being a wonderful way to clear the symptoms of stress, hypnotherapy can also help you avoid repeating old patterns and learn better ways of coping with life. This means you can deal with any future situations in a much calmer, more relaxed, more positive way.

What you may not realise about stress.

The ill effects of stress can creep up on us over a period, gradually getting worse and worse while we try to “soldier on” as before.

Because of this, other people may be more aware of how badly you are affected by stress than you realise yourself.

Your own worst enemy.

stressBut do you just push yourself harder and harder even though you know you’re desperate for a break?

Would you really expect any machine to keep going indefinitely without proper maintenance?

Would you treat a friend the way you treat yourself?

What makes you think you can be Super(wo)man?

It's never too late to take action against stress.

The best time to take action against stress is obviously at as early a stage as possible, before the problem really gets a hard grip on you.

But even when severe stress symptoms have appeared, when you’ve suffered for years, after a breakdown or even when you’ve about given up hope of any improvement, ever, Susan can still help.

What you must have is the motivation to get better and the willingness to co-operate. When these two conditions are met, hypnotherapy moves mountains.