Rid yourself of anxiety and panic attacks with hypnotherapy
If you are suffering from frequent anxiety and panic attacks and have been prescribed with psychotropic drugs by your primary health care provider or psychiatrist but you have seen no outcome, then you could try painless and the “no side-effects” treatment of hypnotherapy.
Did you know that you can stop the panic attacks with hypnotherapy?
This doesn’t refer to swinging a crystal ball in front of your eyes and repeating the same sentence that you are about to fall asleep. Hypnotherapy is usually an aid to psychotherapy as the hypnotic state lets people to explore their painful thoughts, feelings and memories that might be hidden from their conscious minds. This therapy facilitates people to perceive things differently: like blocking an awareness of pain.
In many circumstances people do not know they are suffering from Anxiety Attack. Typically the symptoms of Anxiety or Panic Attack are: rapid breathing, increase in blood pressure, light-headedness, flashing lights, nausea, giddiness etc. Hypnotherapy for anxiety is usually used to cure anxiety or panic attack; it involves guided relaxation, calmness, internal observation and deep concentration to attain a deep relaxing state of consciousness where the client is calm and relaxed and doesn’t respond to external stimuli. In that particular state, a client has the ability to focus on specific thoughts and feelings that might perplexing them form the past or present.
With the help of this therapy, the client reduces anxiety and is more open to powerful suggestions to create long term changes.
It can also help in curing clients who also present with sleep disorders, phobias, fears, depressions, stress, grief and so on. This anxiety hypnotherapy doesn’t only focus on relieving panic or anxiety to individuals but can also relieve an individual from addiction like smoking and overeating.
This anxiety therapy is not recommended for those who have psychotic symptoms especially if the client experiences hallucinations and delusions. This therapy is also not recommended for those who are heavily addicted to mind altering drugs or severe alcohol abuse.