Anxiety is an emotional response to a circumstance we feel we cannot control. Because our subconscious mind does not distinguish between what is real and what is not, this can become translated into physical discomfort. The longer these feelings of lack of control last, the more intense the physical discomfort may become.
Hypnotherapy can help by enabling the subconscious mind to review how it sees the circumstance.
Stress is the response to a threat. This may be physical, real or perceived. Again, the subconscious mind cannot distinguish between what is real and what is not. It may happen on and off, or it may go on for a continuous period of time.
Hypnotherapy can help the subconscious mind look at the options available and explore what actions could be taken to reduce and release stress.
Relaxation is defined as being in a state free from tension or anxiety. It is the usual starting point for, and the foundation of hypnotherapy. But it can also be a therapy in its own right.
Hypnotherapy can help to create this beautiful state of relaxation which can have so many possibilities.