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Quit Smoking for Good

Are you ready to quit smoking for good?

What helps one person, is often different for another.  My unique approach addresses any underlying reasons for smoking and discover any ‘hidden and obvious benefits’ that can sabotage your best intentions.

Having discovered your triggers and how best to overt them, you will be given a tailor made hypnosis that programmes your mind with new beliefs, decisions and strategies to relax.

“Thank you so much for your help,  I definately am a NON SMOKER and a happy healthy person who can now play with the grandchildren” Barbara May, Westgate-on-Sea, Kent.  

I am a healthy, happy, grateful NON SMOKER!!! thank you, I haven’t even wanted one.  I met Suzi 3 months ago, we discussed becoming a non smoker and since my visit I have not had one cigarette. I fully recommend Suzi as I now vision things in a completely different light.”  Laura Caswell, Margate, Kent.

Panic attack relief

Panic attack help

How long will it take to be cured of panic attacks?

If you have experienced a panic attack and fear having another, panic attacks can be cured completely in 2-6 sessions.

My specialism is curing panic attacks by neutralising the core cause and correcting any anxious self talk.

Everyone will have a unique set of reasons for their panic attack, therefore a personalised approach is required for each individual.  I can give you a clear evaluation on your first session.  Some panic attacks can be cleared in two sessions.  If your panic attack is caused by multiple aspects, they will require neutralising.

Treatment is typically one to six sessions.   These can be one to one in Birchington or Whitstable, Kent or Harley Street,London W1, Facetime or Video Skype.

Get in touch with Suzi to ask any questions or to book a private consultation.

+44(0)7836 635233. suzi@rapid-health.co.uk

Does stress cause weight gain?

Does stress cause weight gain?  Are you noticing more weight around your middle? After you have ruled out pregnancy or a huge dinner, a significant reason people gain weight is because stress releases cortisol which also increases blood sugar. When the stressful event is over, you still have a high level of blood sugar and the excess glucose becomes stored as fat.

Stress is a natural response to a threat, ‘perceived’ or imagined fear. But constant ‘stressing’ is a habit behaviour that harms your health, energy and beautiful body. Like any habit, it can be retrained into something more preferable.

So, if you are needing some stress relief and stress management help, get in touch.  Suzi sees private clients one-to-one in Kent and London W1.  

Call Suzi on 07836 635233 or email:  suzi@rapid-health.co.uk 

Can you still eat carbs and lose weight?

Are carbs preventing your weight loss?  There are plenty of people who have no problem whatsoever eating and enjoying carbs on a regular basis, whilst enjoying healthy, fit bodies. However, years of processed carbs and sugars can make you insensitive to one of the most important hormones in your body: The name of this hormone is insulin.

Insulin’s function is to help your body clear sugar quickly from your bloodstream after a carbohydrate meal, and (hopefully) move it to muscle tissue for energy instead of into fat cells (driving up your weight).
When you consume carbohydrates, here is what you want to happen:

1. Minimum insulin release. Only a small amount of insulin is necessary to clear glucose from your blood to its storage sites. This is great news because your body struggles to burn fat in the presence of insulin.

2. Quick and efficient blood sugar clearance. Again, this will occur when your body is highly sensitive to insulin.

3. Maximum glycogen uptake. Glycogen is the term used for stored carbohydrate in muscle tissue and the liver. When these tissues are highly sensitive to insulin, the vast majority of blood glucose will be stored within them as an energy reserve, instead of being converted to fat.

4. Minimum fat storage. When you increase insulin sensitivity, your body will choose to store your carbohydrate intake as energy in lean muscle tissue and the liver, instead of body fat.

Simply put, your body’s ability to process the carbohydrates you eat all comes down to your insulin sensitivity and your body’s ability to quickly and efficiently clear sugar from your blood.

So if you suspect insulin sensitivity, you will need to reduce your intake of fast release carbohydrates and include specific types of exercise to get your body on the right track. If you need help with a Weight Loss plan: including exercises for toning and shaping your body, GO foods and AVOID foods, recipes and treats – just email Suzi at  suzi@rapid-health.co.uk 

60 Seconds to Stop Stress

60 Second Stop Stress Reboot 

Has stress, anxiety or worry become the new ‘normal’?   Have you inadventently allowed the habit of worrying to poison your health and happiness?  Are you at the mercy of an agitating anxiety disorder and didn’t see it coming?

An anxious mind isn’t just unable to feel happy, it is less effective with solutions as the Creative brain becomes foggy and disengaged.    If we keep stressing ….and worrying….it becomes a familiar habit…..that we feel unable to change.

Just STOP and find a safe place to take a 60 second break!   Cup your eyes with the palms of your hands.  With a full deep breath into the lower part of your lungs, breath out as you close your eyes and enjoy 60 seconds of freedom from cares.  The computer screen that you are REBOOTING for just 60 seconds is your mind.  This will RE-BOOT your MIND for a full 90 minutes or sooner if you are lacking sleep.

Plan ahead to create balance:  If you discipline yourself with 6 or more 60 second reboots, your body, mind and spirit will thank you.

If you wish to learn more stress-relief self-help skills, get in touch with Suzi on 07836 635233.  

 

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