How Hypnotherapy Can Help People With Anxiety And Panic Attacks in Nottingham, Lincoln, Grantham, Newark, Sleaford, Melton Mowbray, West Bridgford, Stamford, Oakham and Rutland
Pains in the chest and shortness of breath are quite common with panic attacks, but are obviously quite distressing for most people, because they could be something more important. There are several reasons why it could occur. Research shows that difficult conditions, or stressful life circumstances, can increase stress levels and bring on panic attacks. People typically report that panic and anxiety attacks come out of the blue for seemingly no reason. Everyone has a natural fight or flight response that activates the release of adrenaline when we find ourselves in circumstances where we sense danger and feel the need to protect ourselves.
Living with panic disorder can cause further difficulties, along with the attack itself. It can cause worry and anxiety, as you don’t know where or when a panic and anxiety attack could happen. People then begin to restrict where they go as they quite simply wish to avoid putting themselves in scenarios they fear may bring on an attack; quite a few people even confine themselves to their house. When the worry and panic becomes perpetual it can cause even more anxiety and as self-confidence diminishes depression can develop. A panic attack itself can be very frightening to a person experiencing it, and upsetting for other people around them as well.
Approximately 1 in 10 people may endure a panic attack to some degree at some point in their life. For anyone living with anxiety attacks, however, they can have attacks pretty frequently, causing huge problems in everyday life.
Health care professionals can prescribe medication to assist with panic attacks and stress; however this only helps with the signs and symptoms not the cause. A hypnotic approach for panic disorder aims to remove entirely the actual issues generating the individual’s panic and anxiety attacks. Hypnotherapy changes beliefs at a subconscious level that bring around behavioural change in the circumstances where previously someone might have had a panic attack and thus, stopping a panic attack before it even starts.
Michael Millett, a clinical hypnotherapist and supervising hypnotherapist based in Grantham, Lincolnshire, said “Hypnotherapy can help to alleviate anxiety by direct suggestion and by behavioural training”.
Hypnosis uses specialist techniques to teach the person new methods to relax, identify and remove triggers that may cause anxiousness, resolve problems which cause anxiety or stress, and aims to remove further panic attacks.
Hypnosis for panic attacks in Nottingham, Lincoln, Grantham, Newark, Sleaford, Melton Mowbray, West Bridgford, Stamford, Oakham and Rutland is an option for individuals that need individual supportive treatment that delivers outstanding results as an alternative, or alongside taking the usual medication. It combines hypnotherapy with cognitive behavioural therapy to create calm and tranquility within the mind, relieving stress and panic and allowing you to live a life without persistent worry and frustration. By altering behaviours within the subconscious mind, it really is possible to achieve almost anything.
Hypnosis is a really successful treatment that supports clients in making alterations to detrimental habitual behaviours. Hypnosis is used to treat quite a few physical and mental problems. For example, panic and anxiety, depression, tinnitus, low confidence, as well as problems like cigarettes and weight reduction.
Give Michael a ring today to arrange a free assessment consultation and discuss how he can help you overcome beliefs and behaviours, and mental and emotional patterns that contribute to panic and anxiety.