…throughout July and August you can reduce your anxiety with hypnotherapy sessions for only £50 (normally £75).
Pains in the chest and shortness of breath are quite common with anxiety attacks, but are obviously quite distressing for most people, because they could be something more serious. There are plenty of reasons why it could occur. Studies suggest that stress can be a major factor in the onset of anxiety and panic attacks, as well as stressful or difficult circumstances. Nonetheless, it can also happen without reason at all, and seemingly unprovoked. It is thought that a panic attack is brought on by the body’s own fight or flight response, where adrenaline is prompted, preparing the body to protect itself in a threatening situation.
Living with panic and anxiety attacks can cause further problems, along with the attack itself. It may cause worry, stress and anxiety, as you don’t know where or when a panic and anxiety attack can happen. People then begin to limit where they go as they quite simply wish to avoid putting themselves in situations they fear may bring on an attack; some individuals even confine themselves to their homes. When the dread and fear becomes perpetual it can result in even more anxiety attacks and as confidence diminishes depression can develop. An anxiety attack itself can be quite frightening to anyone experiencing it and upsetting for other people around them as well. 1 in 10 of us will experience anxiety attacks in our lifetime. For somebody living with anxiety attacks, however, they can have attacks frequently, causing huge problems in everyday life.
Prescription medication is the main thrust of any intervention from the medical fraternity. However, this simply addresses the symptoms, whereas a hypnotic approach works to remove the cause. Hypnotherapy for panic disorder and anxiety can bring about positive behavioural changes by changing the thought processes of the subconscious mind. Causes for anxiety and panic attacks can be managed and for some people removed altogether.
Andy Cox, a professional hypnotherapist located in Dorset, said, “A hypnotic approach uses specialist techniques to teach the client new ways to relax, identify and remove triggers that may cause anxiousness, resolve problems which cause panic or worry, and aim to eliminate further panic attacks.”
“A hypnotic approach for anxiety and panic attacks is a very effective option to conventional medical treatment. A hypnotic approach uses a combination of hypnosis and cognitive behavioural therapy to calm the mind and create more appropriate patterns of behaviour to help shake off the feelings of anxiety. By changing habits within the subconscious mind, it really is possible to achieve just about anything,” he continued.
Changing habits is stock in trade for every single hypnotherapist. Problematic behaviour, together with psychological and physiological issues, can be effectively treated with hypnotherapy, such as Irritable bowel syndrome, panic, depression, psoriasis and raised blood pressure. Experienced hypnotherapists can also assist with weight control and cigarette smoking efficiently.
So, with our Summer Special Offer of £50 (normally £75) each session during July and August only, now is the time to address your anxiety and panic attacks so that you can have a more fulfilling life.