So how can I help you?© Popa Sorin

I will support you by using a combination of hypnosis, NLP, life coaching and Indian head massage. This will give you the ability to make the life style changes recommended to you that reduce your risk of another heart attack. Helping you feel better as you deal with the thoughts and feelings that you can experience after a traumatic event such as a heart attack.

By reassuring you that are not alone and that feeling different is inevitable as change is constant.

Reiterating that you must follow all instructions given to you by your specialist team after your cardiac event. Reminding you to ensure you have enough medication at all times and have annual checkups with your GP. At anytime, if in doubt call an ambulance.

You have power to change!

Stress & anxiety
Learning to manage stress and anxiety in combination with getting physically fitter can reduce the risk of a cardiac event and improve your quality of life. It can be effective in lowering blood pressure too.

Panic & fear
These feelings can be powerful and deeply distressing. But they’re natural reactions to the stress of an unexpected or traumatic event such as a heart attack. Learn how to control the feelings.

Gaining confidence in your heart, your body, your abilities, leaving the house, exercising, sex and going back to work can take a while. Getting your mojo back certainly helps you recover.

Weight control
Being overweight increases your risk. The best thing you can do is to achieve and maintain a healthy weight. A healthy diet, reduction of alcohol and exercise all contribute to achieving the ideal body weight.

Healthy eating
Eating a varied diet of healthy foods can help with your weight, blood pressure and cholesterol, it can also help with energy, and reduce stress and anxiety.

Smoking cessation
Being smoke free is one of the best ways to protect your heart. If you are a smoker, you should seriously consider stopping. The risk of high blood pressure and high cholesterol is doubled in smokers.

Alcohol reduction
Whist there is some evidence that says a small amount of alcohol is good for you. Drinking large amounts can cause problems. It can have an impact on your cholesterol, blood pressure and weight.

High cholesterol
An imbalance of cholesterol in your blood can lead to a heart attack or stroke. You can help manage your cholesterol level through healthy eating, regular activity and quitting smoking.

High blood pressure
Blood pressure isn’t something you can feel. If it’s too high, then it needs to be treated. Healthy eating and exercise can help in this area, as will relaxation, meditation and hypnosis.

Diabetes – type 2
It’s important to manage your diabetes to help prevent a heart attack or stroke. Along with medication you can assist in managing it through healthy eating and exercise.

Being active and getting enough physical activity. Sitting too much isn’t good for your heart health. Regular activity can help with angina, weight management, sleep, lowering blood pressure and produces a sense of well-being and increases confidence.

Sleep problems
Getting a good nights sleep is healing both mentally and physically and therefore should never be a problem. However, sometimes we have difficulty getting to sleep, staying asleep or waking too early. A healthy diet, regular exercise and reducing stress and anxiety all help to give you a good nights sleep.

Depression, isolation and lack of support
There can be a greater risk of heart issues for people who have depression, are socially isolated or do not have good social support. Having a good social life with family and friends can help. Depression is more than feeling sad or low. If you feel depressed for more than two weeks, talk to your doctor, a family member or someone you know well alternatively contact the Samaritans they are there to help.