Do you suffer with anxiety or panic attacks?
We live in a society where great demands and responsibilities are placed on us. Studies show about one in seven people are suffering from stress or anxiety at any one time. While some people manage, more and more people are showing signs of overwhelm, which leads to anxiety, stress, significantly harming the quality of life and wellbeing.
Most of us know how it feels to be stressed, worried or nervous about something. Usually, these feelings are fleeting and they disappear as quickly as they appear. For those with anxiety, however, these feelings last longer and can be much more intense.
Your anxiety may relate to a specific activity or situation or be generalised in nature, where there is no apparent trigger or cause.
If you are experiencing anxiety you may be hyper vigilant and unable to calm down or focus.
If you struggle with anxiety, you may find that you avoid certain situations because you’re worried it will trigger these feelings for you. This can make everyday tasks difficult and hold you back from doing the things you want.
Most people will experience a relatively mild form of anxiety in their lives, usually when facing a particularly stressful situation, like an exam or in an interview. But for some people, anxiety is like a shadow that never leaves. Anxiety disorders can affect a person’s life, making it incredibly difficult to carry out everyday tasks, like going to work, or even leaving the house.
Anxiety is sparked by a fear of something that has happened, what we suspect will happen and what we fear will happen again. But, because it can affect all of us in some way, it can be difficult to recognise when it’s becoming a problem.
When we feel under stress or pressure our brains perceive this as a threat or danger, it releases hormones to prepare us to run away, fight, or freeze. These hormones include adrenaline and cortisol, and they make us feel more vigilant of what’s happening. They also make our hearts beat faster, so blood is sent where it’s needed the most when we’re under attack.
During more ancient times it was a great system that helped us fight or flight, but as society has developed, we generally have less need for it. For many of us, the system gets activated when there is no physical danger present. For example, our fight, flight or freeze response may be triggered by our boss asking us to add another task to our to do list.
We then end up internalising the feelings and find ourselves sitting at our desks, with our hearts pounding, with no idea how to make it stop. Anxiety becomes a mental health problem when it starts affecting daily life. You may be very easily triggered, or find you have a level of anxiety constantly throughout the day.
Anxiety can also manifest in other situations such as a fear of being around other people, anxiety in social situations, tension in relationships at home or at work.
So how can hypnotherapy help my anxiety?
Hypnotherapy for anxiety can help boost feelings of confidence and self-belief while reducing feelings of fear and intense worry. It can help you develop the ability to access the relaxed state of mind needed to overcome the often-overwhelming emotions that come with anxiety.
This hypnosis program can help to alleviate what triggers your anxiety as well as changing the way you react, bringing positive change not only in anxiety symptoms but in your relationship with anxiety itself.
If you start to feel anxious or fearful you will have quick simple effective strategies to alleviate anxiety and help you cope. You will also learn how to relax and calm yourself down when you feel anxious feelings building and before it escalates into a panic attack.
Can anxiety can trigger a Panic attack?
A panic attack happens when your body is responding to fear. In short, it is an exaggeration of your body’s natural response to excitement, stress or danger.
Panic attacks can very frightening, not only for those experiencing the attack but the people around them, too.
Panic attacks tend to end as quickly as they begin, but the thing to remember is that they are not harmful. It’s the body’s way of reacting to a situation, despite there being no physical threat.
You may be one of those people but are now ready to explore ways of freeing yourself from anxiety to live a fulfilled and happy life, free to do things that bring you joy.
Hypnosis for anxiety and panic attacks can help rebuild self-belief and boost confidence, as well as helping to reduce feelings of fear and worry. It can help you learn and build on your ability to access a calmer state of mind, which is needed to help cope with the overwhelming emotions you’re feeling.
Relaxation is also a key part of hypnotherapy. Panic attacks can often cause, or worsen feelings of anxiety, as you fear the next attack, not knowing when it will happen. Hypnotherapy for anxiety can teach you valuable relaxation techniques, to help reduce your overall stress and worry – lowering your risk of another attack.
This program also includes;
A technique to release anxiety that may have built up inside and to protect from anxiety triggers by creating your own bubble of calm around yourself.
A simple effective technique to help you to alleviate the anxiety there and then in the moment before it escalates into a panic attack helping you to feel in control of your anxiety and preventing a panic attack.
A ‘calm anchor’ for times when you feel anxious. Helping to quickly produce a calmer feeling and a clearer mind and helps to promote calm to become your natural state of being. A calm anchor is a sort of remembering in your subconscious of feeling calm and self assured in mind and body and helps you to focus on what you are participating in.
After the program most people feel more confident and relaxed in situations that had been challenging previously. Many people report that they feel calmer and have more clarity of thought after using the program and are therefore able to make decisions more easily. Those who have experienced manifestations of anxiety such as disturbed sleep often find that they sleep better after hypnosis sessions and as a result are able to work more effectively. People report feeling confident in their ability to reduce or eradicate anxiety using the simple effective techniques.
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