Hypnosis for Anxiety

Hypnosis for Anxiety

Hypnosis for Anxiety in Wolverhampton

hypnosis-for-anxiety-in-wolverhamptonHypnosis for Anxiety could help you to deal with Anxiety more effectively.

There are a large number of factors that can contribute to these feelings of Anxiety, for example you may become Anxious about an impending job interview, money problems, difficulties in your personal relationships or even just the day to day pressures of everyday life.

This is, in fact, your body’s natural reaction to these events but for some people the level of Anxiety can become so “large” or “significant” that it starts to affect their ability to get on with living.

Statistics from the National Health Service suggest that around 1.2 million people in the UK will suffer some sort of Anxiety Disorder at least once in their lifetime!

These same research statistics also suggest that women are more likely to experience Anxiety then men.

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Hypnosis for Generalised Anxiety Disorders

When the “cause” of Anxiety appears to be unknown, Doctors tend to describe these situations as a Generalised Anxiety Disorder, or GAD.

GAD often lasts for longer periods than “normal” bouts of Anxiety and very often sufferers may find themselves feeling Anxious about almost any aspect of their lives.

In the majority of cases of GAD sufferers will have been prescribed anti-depressant medication to help them cope with daily life.

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Common Symptoms of Anxiety

  • Difficulty Relaxing
  • A Strong Sense of Dread
  • Difficulty Concentrating
  • Losing Your Temper Very Easily
  • Easily Irritated by Small Things
  • Dizziness
  • Lack of Motivation
  • “Pins & Needles”
  • Heart Palpitations
  • Sweating A Lot
  • Frequent Breathlessness
  • Stomach Cramps
  • Loss of Appetite
  • Headaches & Migraines
  • Difficulty Sleeping

If Anxiety is left untreated it rarely simply “goes away” and can easily develop into a more significant problem such as Panic Disorder which can be particularly frightening for the sufferer.

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Hypnosis for Anxiety

Joan 500Hypnotist Joan Lee offers various forms of Hypnosis for Anxiety in Wolverhampton, including:

You can read more about each of these Hypnosis based Treatments by clicking the links above.

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How Does Hypnosis for Anxiety Work?

Hypnosis is an alternative state of mind that most people experience quite frequently (often without realising it) or can experience by consulting with a skilled Hypnotist.

Hypnosis for Anxiety will often involve a number of weekly sessions during which you will experience Clinical Hypnosis and learn how to control your emotions and behaviours though both relaxation and visualisation techniques.

Most people DO have experiences in their lives when they were able to overcome adversity and problems and Hypnosis is excellent for helping Anxiety sufferers to “recall” and “re-experience” these “internal resources”.

Hypnosis gives YOU the ability to use these powerful internal experiences to cope or even eradicate your Anxiety.

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