A path to peace
Hypnotherapy can rapidly improves the automatic ways in which we respond to stressors; and can dramatically improve our ability to remain relaxed and in control. As a result anxiety and stress can be powerfully undermined, so that anxiety disorders can dissipate for good.
The Stress Response:
- When we get stressed our bodies are being subconsciously triggered to respond.
- The body releases hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol so our systems are put on what we'd call ‘high alert’... ready for ‘fight flight or freeze’.
- These hormones generate many changes around the body such as increased heart rate, blood pressure and breathing rate.
- The leg muscles can feel like jelly as they get primed for a fast getaway.
- Our brains ‘feel stressed’ as they get prepared for rapid action and acute awareness.
Designed to help
- These responses are superb at saving us in the best way possible when under genuine threat e.g., escaping a predator in the jungle but are most unpleasant and confusing when we experience them in everyday life e.g., a comment from the boss.
- The body continues to respond like this for as long as you keep experiencing the stressors.
- The way your mind automatically responds to such physical symptoms is most important. It may interpret them in many different ways; from feeling excitement... a challenge to find a diplomatic or even witty response... to panic and dread at feeling trapped in a tortuous and impossible situation. ...”
- After long periods exposed to stress, and the effects of our own stress hormones, the body may become exhausted wherein a state of continuing anxiety can be reached.
- I can train you in techniques which can prevent the full 'stress response' from automatically occurring. Hence enabling you to control your hormone response, ultimately to accommodate, and even enjoy, the challenges that life inevitably generates.
Anxiety disorders are divided into six diagnosable categories, feelings of anxiety being clearly present in each:
- Generalised Anxiety Disorder
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Acute Stress Disorder
- Panic Disorder
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
People often suffer from more than one of these at the same time. Please click these links above to learn more about each anxiety disorder.
Some of the typical physical symptoms of Generalised Anxiety Disorder are:
- pounding heartbeat
- high pulse rate
- high breathing rate
- shortness of breath
- cold clammy hands
- upset stomach
- worrying about future disasters, bad health etc,
- frequent sighing
- generally apprehensive
- impatient and irritable
- angry outbursts
- frequent urination
- dry mouth
- lump in the throat
- muscle tension and aches, especially in the neck and shoulders
- inability to relax
- easily startled
- eyelid and other twitches
- tiring easily
Combined with these can be behavioural symptoms such as:
- constantly apologising
- avoid eye contact
*Required disclaimer: Results, symptoms and treatment may vary from person to person, all individual cases are taken on merit.
To Remove Anxiety with Hypnotherapy:
...for generalised anxiety and acute stress...
- You will learn controlled relaxation (how you can create a relaxed state of mind whenever you need it, thus over-writing the feelings of stress or anxiety with very pleasant feelings)
- Discover if any distorted or negative thoughts may be operating in the background, and resolve them if needed. (removing any subconscious triggers to your anxiety)
- Discover your own inner, powerful resources for being relaxed and centred (show you a more controlled and relaxed way of responding to the world around you)
- In hypnosis you can practice situations while experiencing them from a calm emotional state. (in this relaxed state things look so different and these insights can be taken away with you)
- At the deepest level of your thinking you can implant powerful thoughts of self-confidence . (empower yourself to meet any challenges you need to, in a confident and positive way)
- Hypnotherapy for anxiety & stress may help you with:
Allergies, Anger, Anxiety, Blushing, Bruxism, Debt, Divorce Stress, Executive Stress, Frustration, Hayfever, Irritability, Nightmares, Pre-menstrual Tension (PMT), Public Speaking, Sexual problems, Skin problems, Social anxieties, Speech impediments, Stress management, Tooth grinding and Worry
This varies from person to person.