A number of people come in looking for help on any number of stress and anxiety issues or phobias, like a fear of heights or a fear of public speaking, which can add to stress
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Alexandria, Va. (PRWEB) July 19, 2007 -
Stress and anxiety are a part of everybody's daily life. Unfortunately, both of those can adversely affect people's health, mental state and work performance. Several surveys have shown that most people list their job as the number one source of stress in their lives.
Businesses looking to cut down on stress and anxiety in the workplace can turn to the subconscious techniques offered by the Rookstone Group at UltimateHypnosisUniversity.com.
"A number of people come in looking for help on any number of stress and anxiety issues or phobias, like a fear of heights or a fear of public speaking, which can add to stress," said Sonny Nardone, CEO of The Rookstone Group and self improvement expert. "By combining multiple subconscious techniques, people can quickly overcome their fears and greatly reduce their stress and anxiety."
A recent Gallup Poll, "Attitudes in the American Workplace VI," found that 80 percent of respondents felt stress on the job. Nearly half of those people said they needed help managing stress, and 42 percent said their coworkers needed help managing it. Twenty-five percent of respondents to the poll said they had felt like screaming or shouting because of job stress, and 10 percent said they were worried that an individual at work could become violent.
A report by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health found that 40 percent of workers said their job was very or extremely stressful and 25 percent said their job was the number one stressor in their lives. The report also said that job stress was more strongly associated with health complaints than financial or family problems.
With such statistics, it's in a company's best interest to ensure that its employees are knowledgeable about how to cope with stress and anxiety. A 2005 Stanford study found that children who used subconscious techniques had less distress and anxiety when undergoing a painful medical procedure than children who didn't.
"The Accelerated Change Technique is much, much faster than attending stress and anxiety seminars," Nardone said. "It's the same way as when you're affected by a moving speaker or a powerful scene in a movie. You have a mental or emotional response to that event, and it changes your behavior. Now you can capitalize on that natural reaction to help cope with stress and anxiety, and companies will see a dramatic improvement in the workplace."
For more information on The Accelerated Change Technique, or to how to put it to use in your business, visit UltimateHypnosisUniversity.com.
Ultimate Self Talk works with the Accelerated Change Technique, which is a method that is used to enhance the speed and the ability to effect change in your behavior. It combines several different powerful techniques used in neuro linguistic programming and audio mixing techniques to solve people's issues, from anxiety and stress to smoking and weight loss.