Are you feeling overwhelmed by anxious thoughts and feelings?
You’re not alone, anxiety is a very common problem for all ages.
Anxiety is a natural human response when we feel we are under threat. It can be experienced through our thoughts, feelings and physical sensations.
Most people feel anxious at times. It’s particularly common to experience some anxiety while coping with stressful events or changes. It’s nature’s way of looking after us and the first job of the brain is to keep us alive, it’s natural to be aware of threats. But it may become a problem if it impacts your ability to live your life fully as you would want to.
Anxiety can take away your enjoyment of life and eat away at your confidence. Are your feelings of anxiety becoming stronger and you need some help to become a happier, calmer, more confident you?
Anxiety can manifest in many ways. Are you experiencing symptoms of anxiety?
Excessively worry and overthink things
Your fears are out of proportion to the situation
Avoid situations that might make you feel anxious
Your feelings of anxiety last a long time.
You experience Panic attacks?
Have difficulty concentrating
You find it hard to go about your day or do the things you enjoy.
Become irritable and/or suffer mood swings.
Experience chest pain and shortness of breath.
Have trouble sleeping or just feeling fatigued.
Feel increased anxiety the next day after a stressful event.
What hypnotherapy can do for you?
Anxiety hypnotherapy can help you achieve a calm state of mind and look at life in a positive way
Hypnotherapy can help you reduce your stress by supporting you to get better sleep. During the hypnosis session you’ll probably find your breathing becoming deeper and more regulated. This all has the impact of reducing stress in the body.
Anxiety hypnotherapy can help train the mind to respond to situations in a more relaxed and rational manner.
It can also help you gain stronger emotional control over your anxiety and help build resilience.
Hypnotherapy can support anxiety relief by accessing your unconscious mind and carefully work on the physical and emotional symptoms that would trigger an episode of anxiety or panic. During a hypnosis session your brain is receptive to positive and beneficial messages. Which could help you bring new resources, perspectives and attitudes to situations that would trigger anxiety and allow you to practice a healthier response. It could also help you process your fears and worries to reflect the reality of the situation. You may be reminded how well you coped with challenges in the past and how you can today, no matter what life throws at you. With just a few sessions you could be feeling more in control.