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Stop clenching your teeth
Relax your jaw

Adults and teenagers Length: 26 mins

  • Relax your facial muscles, jaw and mouth

  • Learn a trigger to release stress and tension

  • Become more aware of clenching while awake and consciously relax your jaw as you notice it

  • Relax your jaw unconsciously while asleep

  • Manage stress more effectively

 

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Remember, regular listening is the key to success!

This is a self-help hypnotherapy recording for adults and teenagers who clench their teeth and jaw. Obviously you should consult a dental practitioner for advice but if you have a chronic condition, this recording may help you learn to relax your jaw more calmly and comfortably and so turn this into a new habit. Gentle & relaxing, it helps you let go of tensions and deal more easily with stress and negative feelings which are usually the cause of teeth clenching. You are encouraged to take on board powerful suggestions for becoming more aware of the clenching action during the daytime so you can consciously relax your jaw. It also gives you suggestions for the unconscious mind to relax your jaw as you sleep. For maximum benefit, listen to the recording, preferably daily, until relaxing your jaw has become your new habit. Once you have noticed the changes, it can be used every so often to support and maintain the changes you have made.

Successful approach

This kind of approach is completely natural and safe. Research shows that when a person first acts out each positive desired step in their imagination, it dramatically increases the likelihood of their success in the real world. It is also frequently used by sports men and women and performance artists world-wide to improve their technique and relieve anxiety. This recording contains powerful suggestions for boosting inner calm and comfort and dealing with stress in a more appropriate way.

Lynda's gentle, well-modulated, English voice calms, re-assures and encourages

Clinical hypnotherapist and former teacher, Lynda has worked with many, many people, adults and children, over recent years and has helped them overcome numerous different problems. Her work has been widely featured in the press and she has appeared on both TV and radio. Lynda is the author of the acclaimed books, ‘Scripts and Strategies in Hypnotherapy with Children’ and ‘More Scripts and Strategies in Hypnotherapy’ (for adults).

Play the recording at a quiet time where you won’t be disturbed

You can relax and drift off to sleep at the end if it is your normal bedtime but if you find that you regularly fall asleep more or less immediately, try listening earlier in the evening or in the daytime instead. Never listen while driving because, as it is so relaxing, it could take your attention away from the road where of course you need to be at your most alert.

This recording uses state of the art technology from ID Audio and is particularly effective when you listen on headphones.

 

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