New mindful app Feel Amazing by hypnotherapist Ailsa Frank

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Are you tired, anxious, worried or overwhelmed? Finding it difficult to deal with the impact of Corona virus on your life? Fearful of the future or perhaps just wanting to feel more relaxed, fitter or be successful?

This could be the right time to get your mind and life back into balance.

Ailsa Frank’s mindful living app called Feel Amazing is exactly what you need to help you sleep well, worry less, achieve more and break habits.

Perhaps you have felt mental fatigue, the pressure of working from home, financial hardship, coping with redundancy, job insecurity, health worries, managing the anxiety of children, suffering with boredom, or loneliness or an increase in alcohol consumption.

Renowned self-help author and hypnotherapist Ailsa Frank guides you through the changes with her detailed content rich hypnotherapy system combined with highly effective techniques so you can make relevant, fast and long-lasting improvements.

This ‘feel amazing’ app provides you with everyday solutions to reset your mind, relationships and life. Be off-screen, close your eyes, relax and listen.

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App features include:

  • Change the backing music to suit your mood
  • Short tracks to fit into your busy schedule
  • Enjoy Ailsa’s soothing voice
  • Positive phrases
  • Easy to use
  • Design simplicity
  • Uplifting happy colours
  • Playlist feature
  • Child lock facility

Benefits of listening:

  • Support mind wellbeing
  • Break bad habits
  • Boost fitness
  • Get life back on track
  • Learn to relax
  • Release self-doubting
  • Improve relationships
  • Be more successful
  • Sleep well

It’s great to get the whole family listening to help create a harmonious household.

Choose from the various categories:
Sleep & Relaxation, Habit breaker, Boost Confidence, Relationships and Love, Stress-Free Worry Less, Slimmer Fitter, Motivation and Success, Women’s Wellbeing, Relaxation for Children, Teens and Calming Music…etc

The Feel Amazing app is available to download on App Store and Google Play.

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68 thoughts on “New mindful app Feel Amazing by hypnotherapist Ailsa Frank

  1. Kat says:

    To change my mood

  2. Sue Clarke says:

    Do what makes me happy and ignore the negative influences – easier said than done but I’m trying hard.

  3. Helen S says:

    To become stress free and worry less is my main aim, it does hold me back.

  4. sharon martin says:

    my health and anxiety levels

  5. Darren Bourne says:

    I would like to be able to sleep better and to learn to relax more. Not be such a worrier.

  6. Sammie Martin says:

    To try and improve the anxiety

  7. Jo Nichol says:

    My confidence and self-esteem

  8. Ruth lee says:

    to chill out

  9. Megan says:

    I’d like to improve my self-esteem.

  10. Jenny Embleton says:

    I’m always looking to improve my anxiety.

  11. Sandra Foreman says:

    Trying to get my confidence back lost it since lockdown and being furloughed for so long

  12. Claire Reavy says:

    A lot of things! I would like to improve my nutrition, fitness, motivation and to be less stressed.

  13. Sheila Reeves says:

    My stress levels, I work in food retail so been getting more and more anxious over the past year (!) and would like some help with that

  14. Victoria Bazley says:

    I’d love to improve my sleep. Not sure what’s happened but I am waking up in the middle of the night and not drifting back off easily. That’s never happened to me before.

  15. Zoey H says:

    My mental health, and how I can be in a good place despite being a perm WFH worker now

  16. Patricia Barrett says:

    I’m hoping to improve my health in 2021 by exercising a lot more and making use of my gym membership.

  17. Caroline Signey says:

    Fitness and time for myself

  18. karen dixon says:

    Im working on not letting stress and anxiety affect my work or home life. To love myself and to look after myself and my husband.

  19. Michelle Turner says:

    my anxiety about being around crowds after covid

  20. Erica Hughes says:

    Planning to get a bit fitter
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  21. Lorraine says:

    My health

  22. Gayatri Gogoi says:

    I’m trying to improve my mental health and physical health through meditation and pilates

  23. Catherine S says:

    I want to learn to be more positive…hopefully everything else will follow!

  24. Natasha says:

    I need to be more ascertive! and then I need to not feel quilty about it afterwards

  25. Linda Gallacher says:

    to lose weight

  26. LYNDA DICKIE says:

    to have fun again! life is for living!

  27. Sarah Heath says:

    My health and fitness levels. I have been overweight for too long now and it really affects my mental health.

  28. Kath B says:

    I really would like to be able to relax more and switch off from work, it’s been hard to get the balance right over the last year

  29. Jenny McClinton says:

    I would like to improve my mental health, I already struggle with anxiety and with this pandemic and now home schooling it is being pushed to its limit, so I need to find ways to help.

  30. Sarah Cooper says:

    Improving stress levels.

  31. Joan Clark says:

    I need to focus more on whats important and not spend so much time on trivia

  32. Robyn Clarke says:

    I’ve gone self-employed as my employer wasn’t supportive of me having to look after my children when the schools closed again. So I’m hoping to make a success of my own business.

  33. Kim Carberry says:

    I need to learn how to relax more which seems easier said then done with everything which is going on in the world.
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  34. Julia Kerr says:

    I’m trying to work on my mental health and getting that in to a more positive place, consistent and stronger

  35. Mr Mark Adamson says:

    I think we could all use some extra relaxation in this lockdown period

  36. Rosalind Blight says:

    My relationship with myself. I need to learn to be kinder to myself

  37. Laura Pritchard says:

    I want to improve the quality time we have as a family. Not at this moment though because…#lockdown #homeschoolx2 #WFH

  38. Rich Tyler says:

    Get fit / healthy

  39. isabelle smith says:

    i want to improve my relationships

  40. Kathryn Newby says:

    These apps are changing people’s lives

  41. Claire Driver says:

    My fitness mainly strength and toning by using weights

  42. Gul Akkaya says:

    I need to learn how to feel calmer!

  43. m hines says:

    I’m hoping to let go of unhelpful thoughts mores

  44. K Fife says:

    I am hoping to improve my self confidence and learn a few new hobbies.

  45. Joseph Smith says:

    I’d like to spend less time on my phone

  46. I want to sort my finances out this year.
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  47. Sophie says:

    More focus on health and mental well-being

  48. Nicola Godfrey says:

    I really need to improve my sleep and sleeping pattern.

  49. chloe brill says:

    my stress and anxiety

  50. Laura says:

    I would like to improve my anxiety

  51. Jo Young says:

    I want to improve my diet.

  52. LizB says:

    Just to be a bit more relaxed – I think this current situation is stressful for everyone….

  53. Megan Kinsey says:

    I want to get healthy and also improve my self-confidence. I feel like it’s always holding me back.

  54. Dana Thaxter says:

    improve my physical and mental health

  55. Claire Harrington says:

    I just want to stop being hand to mouth, to be able to take my son on holiday and make the most of our time together

  56. Kate Dickinson says:

    I would like better quality sleep

  57. Ms C Bryan says:

    I need to concentrate on getting healthy and improving my mindset

  58. Helen Tyler says:

    I’d like to improve my motivation as spending time indoors more has given me an excuse not to do anything!

  59. Kay Broomfield says:

    I want to improve my levels of positivity as I’ve become increasingly negative in recent years.

  60. laura stewart says:

    hopefully see, family and friends

  61. Karen L Stirling says:

    Definitely my fitness levels. Unlike previous attempts, I’m going to find something I really enjoy and stick with it.

  62. to chill out if I don’t quite meet a target

  63. Carly Belsey says:

    My stress levels, they are through the roof at the moment.

  64. Adrian Bold says:

    I really need to focus on my health in 2021. Last year with Covid and lockdowns was terrible for my eating and exercising habits – so this year it needs to change.

  65. astrid c says:

    my weight and to stop being so insecure in how i look

  66. Helen Arlow says:

    I need to learn how to unwind and relax more x

  67. Alice Dixon says:

    It would have to be my stress levels, I’ve had a lot of worry lately and I’m trying to enjoy life more this year.

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