Hypnosis for Anxiety
Anxiety affects so many people today, and it is so common that we see clients with some forms of anxiousness on a daily basis. Clients will often experience shortness of breath, heart palpitations or a racing heart, feelings of dread, like something bad is going to happen, uneasiness, nervousness, a dry mouth, digestive discomfort, butterflies in the abdominal area, etc. These symptoms may also be accompanied by perspiring, blushing, lack of focus and dizziness. Anxiousness may be in response to a situation or not. Clients may also ruminate or have intrusive thoughts. The good news is that Hypnosis for Anxiety/ Hypnotherapy for Anxiety really works.
Generalized Anxiety Hypnotherapy & Hypnosis for Panic Attacks
When the anxiety is generalized, there is no escape and it feels constant. When those negative feelings ramp up in response to a situation there can be an overwhelming desire to escape and avoid those situations.
In extreme cases, it may also be accompanied by panic attacks, characterized by shortness of breath, sometimes to the point of hyperventilation or a choking feeling, shaking, numbness or tingling, chills or hot flushes, dizziness and, where there is an overwhelming and intense fear or terror that they are having a heart attack or are going to die.
Hypnotherapy for anxiety when generalized, and Hypnosis for panic attacks assists by eliminating the anxious feelings, and instead replaces them with calm, confident, self-assured, relaxed feelings and appropriate responses to situations, while breathing normally.
Social Anxiety Hypnotherapy
When anxiousness relates to being around others in a social context, it is called social anxiety.
Socially-anxious clients often feel anxious about communicating and engaging with others, being caught off guard, or simply keeping an interesting conversation alive.
Some people are more anxious around people they know, others are more anxious around people they don’t know.
A lot of clients will avoid social situations altogether!
That is until they come to us and discover the benefits of hypnosis for social anxiety and find social situations an enjoyable, comfortable experience!
Some forms of anxieties ‘seem’ to run in families and there may be a genetic link; however, it may also be a learned behaviour.
So how can we help? I’m glad you asked!
Whether your anxiety is generalized, relates to a specific situation (such as a fear of heights, driving, flying, catching an illness, work, performance based etc.), includes panic disorder or panic attacks, or is characterized as social anxiety, we can help you to overcome it specifically with hypnotherapy for anxiety.
Through hypnotherapeutic counselling, we take a comprehensive history and identify key areas that need to be resolved in hypnosis for you to be symptom free, anxiety free. These encompass old beliefs that no longer serve you, as well as thought patterns, feelings and self-talk.
And just like no two Hypnotherapists were made equal, no two anxieties are the same, though the symptoms may appear identical, what is driving the behaviours and feelings are going to be entirely different because your life experience is unique.
So how do we resolve your issues? Easily and effectively!
We take you into hypnosis and use various techniques to unlock and resolve anxieties, build and reinforce coping strategies, self-esteem, positivity, optimism and seal the deal with a zen-like calm.
Every client is different and every session will be unique, depending on the goal and techniques used. We have been described as the ‘mixed martial arts’ of therapy! See Unique Approach.
We also recommend, where applicable, our original On Demand Hypnosis Sessions to support you throughout your transformation.
What does your anxiousness cost you?
Does it hold you back from advancing in your career? Can you put a monetary value on that?
Do you invest time and energy in avoiding anxiety provoking situations, or concealing it?
Does it inhibit you in your everyday relationships?
Do you neglect yourself, family and/or friends because of it?
What is the cost and impact on:
your physical appearance?
your sense of self-worth and wellbeing?
your ability to perform at work/home?