Hypnotherapy for Anxiety

Hypnotherapy for Anxiety

Hypnotherapy for Anxiety – How it can help

Hypnotherapy for Anxiety has proven to have a profound effect on treatment for anxiety. Hypnotherapy can change those thought processes of anxiety and panic and develop new beneficial ways of thinking and feeling.

Hypnotherapy can help change those feelings that grow and accumulate into cases of anxiety which most clients have been trying to deal with by pure self determination without hypnotherapy. Everyday we can come across and experience situations that can cause us feelings of anxiety and unease.hypnotherapy for anxiety horsham, west sussex
Anxiety can make you feel overwhelmed and even frightened in many ways, but in the wonderful reality, little changes can cause big effects.

Hypnotherapy for Anxiety addresses the underlying beliefs in the subconscious mind causing the anxiety and then un-substantiates those beliefs, which will then cease the feelings of anxiety. New positive understandings can then be recognised to change the original thought process. With the positive thoughts come positive feelings!

 

Hypnotherapy for Anxiety – Types of Anxiety

There are many types of anxiety of which several have similar symptoms. Some of the most common are:

Panic disorder: Panic Disorder is a serious condition that around 1 out of every 5 people might experience.
People with this condition have feelings of terror that strike suddenly and repeatedly with no warning. Other symptoms of a panic attack include palpitations, chest pain, sweating, and a feeling of choking, which may make the person feel like he or she is having a heart attack.
Generalised anxiety disorder: This disorder involves unrealistic worry that reoccurs even if there is little or nothing to provoke the anxiety.
Social anxiety disorder(social phobia): This involves the person being overwhelmed and self-conscious about everyday social situations. The person often worries about being judged by others and feeling embarrassed and ridiculed.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD): This disorder causes disturbing thoughts called compulsions and often result in the person feeling like they have to perform certain rituals or routines. For example, a person may feel the need to check the front door is locked several times or wash their hands often for fear of germs.

Anxiety is a result of an imbalance of the brain chemicals serotonin and noradrenaline, which are involved in the control and regulation of mood.

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Hypnotherapy for Anxiety – Feelings

Do you have feelings of being

scared,

helpless,

frightened,                                  

panic attacks,

worry,

fear ,

or of being out of control?.

Then you could be suffering from anxiety.

 

Psychological and Physical Effects of Anxiety

Psychological effects can be restlessness, a sense of dread, being on edge, difficulty concentrating, or irritability.anxiety hypnotherapy

Physical effects can be dizziness, tiredness, insomnia, palpitations, muscle tension, trembling, shaking, dry mouth, excessive sweating, shortness of breath, stomach ache, feeling sick, headaches and pins and needles.

Anxiety in Children

anxiety in childrenJust as adults suffer from anxiety, children and adolescents do so too. Even though as an adult you can reason to a certain extent on a conscious level that how you are feeling is irrational, to a child the feeling is real. Hypnotherapy, CBT and NLP can help the mind to problem solve and think in a way that will support an outcome that the individual desires rather than a scenario steeped in anxiety. For example, a child may worry about going to school which can incur a stomach ache or feeling of sickness. By investigating the reasons that could be the cause i.e. what if I have nobody to play with? or what if someone makes fun of me?, a plan can then be made utilising techniques that encourage a positive outcome in the mind i.e. the child imagines scenarios that will encourage other children to play with them, which then promotes feeling of excitement and confidence …. not anxiety!!!.

 

Anxiety Management with Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy has proven to be very successful in changing patterns of behaviour which encourage these feelings of anxiety. More often than not we will respond to certain situations from past behaviour, just think what a habit is, and this is done without conscious thinking.

Additionally, with anxiety comes feelings and physical reactions which can increase and compound with the thought of the cause. For example, when someone thinks of something that would normally cause anxiety i.e. meeting someone new, with the thought comes feelings of a butterfly stomach, heart pounding and sweating. Hypnotherapy can help you to attach positive feelings to thoughts which therein helps you to subconsciously and consciously react in a different way and bypass those feelings of anxiety. anxiety and hypnotherapy

 

As a hypnotherapist I can help you explore the reasons, feelings and beliefs behind your behaviours and create a new successful path forward away from anxiety and stress.

I will also help you learn additional conscious self-help techniques such as self-hypnosis, breathing techniques and anchors which can be used life long in many different situations.

                                                        Testemonial

                                                         “I can’t thank you enough for your help. The change in our son has been a

                                                         change for us all as a family. No more disturbed nights and upset stomachs,

                                                         C has completely changed in his attitude to new situations, instead of being

                                                         anxious, he’s excited!!!.  He is so much happier now and enjoying life in a

                                                         way that is wonderful to see.” S.W

 

Take back control by losing the anxiety with Hypnotherapy. Call today to arrange a free initial chat.

 

 

 

 

 

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