Too much Anxiety Can Control Your Life
A little anxiety can be useful from time to time as it helps alert us to problems that need to be dealt with and issues that need addressing.
Too much stress can be detrimental to your health and well-being.
For many, stress has become an oppressive force in their lives that has taken over their thought processes and reduced their ability to think rationally.
Fear should not become a way of life.
13% of adults will develop a form of anxiety disorder during their life
Can Hypnosis Help Anxiety?
If you need help to boost confidence, if you suffer from panic attacks or just need help managing anxiety, you may benefit from receiving hypnosis for stress.
Anxiety has many causes. Unexpected loss, sudden and abrupt event in life and accidents can all trigger stress that can turn into a downward spiral of panic and anxiety.
Fortunately, you can seek help for anxiety, and treatment can greatly aid you in coping with it.
Anxiety management can provide you the tools and techniques you need to return to a normal life.
For many, the idea of getting hypnosis treatment can seem intimidating and strange.
Does hypnosis for anxiety really work?
Are there permanent effects upon the brain?
Does it put you in a more susceptible state?
And will it change my personality?
These fears are all natural for those who have never experienced or witnessed the beneficial effects of hypnotherapy.
There are many misconceptions surrounding how hypnotherapy works.
What are Causes of Anxiety
There are many causes for anxiety and stress in our lives.
Different events in our lives can trigger the onset of psychological conditions that impair us with a crippling fear that keeps us from being able to function normally in life.
There are also genetic factors. Often proclivities towards certain psychological outlooks can be inherited from our parents.
Physiology plays a significant part, as well.
Some chemical imbalances in the brain can leave us more susceptible to the conditions of anxiety disorder.
Caffeine, for example, has been known to trigger bouts of anxiety and raise stress and cortisol levels in people who ingest it in relatively large quantities.
What Are Symptoms of Anxiety?
There are many symptoms that manifest in those that suffer from stress.
Increased heart rate, inability to concentrate, shortness of breath, rapid breathing, sweat palpitations are just a few indicators that you may be dealing with an anxiety disorder.
Please note that occasional onsets of anxiety does not mean that you suffer from the disorder.
Consistent and continual episodes, however, may give you just cause to seek professional advice.
Can You Control Anxiety Without Medication?
What are the methods and techniques that you can use to control stress?
My advice will give you the mental and emotional resilience that will enable you to properly manage stress levels and cope with anxiety.
Hypnotherapy can help you release negative feelings and limiting beliefs that prevent you from achieving your full potential.
Get back the ability to jump in and tackle the challenges of daily life.
Anxiety is one of my specialisms and Hypnotherapy can be very effective for helping people suffering from anxious thoughts or subsequent related issues.
Hypnotherapy is safe, has no side effects and results can be achieved in relatively few sessions – when compared to traditional counselling.
As a guideline, I work around four sessions. We assess on the fourth session if your thinking and behaviour have improved to the point of bidding you on your way or if further sessions are required.