Anxiety #01


Overcoming Anxiety
As a hypnotherapist I am able to provide you with a professioional solution to help you overcome the anxiety you may be suffering. Anxiety is an unpleasant state in the body of physical sensations such as feeling unable to breath, palpitations, feeling giddy, shaking, sweating, nausea, chest pains, headaches etc.

Also anxious thoughts worries and fears - some of which are illogical and irrational because of this some people get anxious behaviours such as avoiding going out, travelling on public transport, driving meeting friends etc. Some people will also experience panic attacks.

Worrying about having a panic attack can increase anxiety and can increase the likelihood of having panic attacks. It becomes a vicious circle. Although anxiety is very common some people don't like to talk about it and it becomes an isolating condition, many people think they are going mad. It is possible with advance hypnotherapy to help you overcome psychological and physical aspects of anxiety to take back control of your life.
Anxiety is something that we all have to deal with from time to time. It seems woven into the fabric of existence.
Indeed, a certain amount of anxiety may even be necessary now and then, in order to keep us on our toes and ensure we do our very best.
Anxiety is a natural part of living and nothing to be really worried about; something to be factored into the experience of life itself. Most of us can cope with average amounts of anxiety and still lead perfectly healthy, normal lives.
General Anxiety Disorder

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Symptoms of panic attacks When anxiety increases in intensity and frequency, becoming overwhelming and chronic, then something really does need to be done about it. It may have become a general anxiety disorder.

If you're experiencing anxiety and those panicky feelings that fill you with dread, then you are by no means alone. According to the U.K. Office of National Statistics, the awful fact is that 1 in 6 adults suffer from such difficulties.

This is a statistic that does not surprise me. In fact, symptoms of anxiety disorder bring people to my clinic practically every day of the week.
Symptoms of Anxiety Disorder
symptoms of anxiety Let's take a quick look at some of the symptoms of general anxiety disorder.

When we are anxious we worry. When we have an anxiety disorder we find it almost impossible to control this worry. This may be classified as a 'disorder' when associated with at least 3 of the following anxiety symptoms:

Nervous restlessness and feeling on edge
Feeling tired and worn out
Finding it hard to focus or concentrate
Sleep difficulties—either falling or remaining asleep or awaking feeling tired
This kind of anxiety is often termed generalized anxiety disorder (or general anxiety disorder) and when taken to the extreme may result in what is called panic attacks or anxiety attacks.

I came to James because I had suffered from severe panic attacks from a very young age. I had tried traditional hypnosis and NLP, but it did not work on me as well as it might on others. James uses a combination of other types of hypnosis. I now feel much happier and focused and there has been a real shift in my own energy as a person...
- Martin
Symptoms of Panic Attacks
A panic attack or anxiety attack may happen suddenly, with little or no warning, causing a fear that is out of all proportion to the actual situation. The person may know that it is irrational to feel this way, but feels powerless to stop it. It just seems to gallop away with them. Panic attack symptoms include 4 or more of the following:

what causes generalized anxiety
Pounding of the heart; palpitations
Sweating or chills
Shortness of breath
Shaking or tremors
Dizzy, light-headed or faint
Feelings of loss of control
Churning stomach
Feeling of being about to die
In some ways, panic attack symptoms may be similar to anxiety symptoms, but are much more pronounced and terrifyiing. Needless to say, such sensations can be extremely frightening, often causing major rearrangement of the person's life and lifestyle as he or she attempts to cope.
Types of Anxiety Disorders
what causes generalized anxiety
Panic Disorder (Panic Attacks)
Generalised Anxiety Disorder
Atypical Anxiety Disorder
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Phobic Disorders
Social Phobia
Simple Phobia
What Causes GAD
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
The simple answer is: Fear. Or, to be more exact: the fear of fear, or the fear of losing control, of being overwhelmed by circumstances or by life itself.

what causes generalized anxiety Anxiety itself comes after fear, but unlike fear, it lasts long after any rational cause is gone. Often, of course, the fear is unfounded and your mind is working against you, leading you into eventualities that exist mainly in your imagination, telling you that something bad is going to happen. In fact, all anxiety is based on two little words: 'What if?'

'What if this happens?' or 'What if that should happen?' 'What if I can't do this?' or 'What if he/she does that?' 'What if... What if...' It's as though the mind believes that something terrible is lurking, just waiting to happen and so it's making you overly sensitive, constantly working overtime, filling you with tension and forcing you to live on your nerves.
Anxiety Attacks
Does Hypnotherapy Work?
what causes generalized anxiety If your anxiety has taken you to the doctor, you probably already know the medical response. It is so often to simply prescribe tranquilzers, beta-blockers, antidepressants and other anti-anxiety medication in an attempt to disguise and drug away the symptoms.

In fact, prescriptions for Valium (diazepam) have increased by almost 20% in the past decade, with more than 5 million prescriptions a year now being dispensed for this drug alone.

But is medication really the solution? Anxiety symptoms and symptoms of panic attacks exist for a reason. They are the subconscious mind's way of alerting us that something inside needs fixing. Those anxious, panicky feelings are only the symptoms—though they make us feel awful, they are not 'the' problem.

The real problem is the reason for the existence of those symptoms. Once this is uncovered and properly dealt with, then the symptoms can simply fade away because there is nothing driving them anymore. When the driver is gone then so are the symptoms.

It's here that "Advanced HypnoTherapy™ can be of real assistance, because this cutting-edge therapy goes directly to the cause of the problem—the unprocessed and unresolved emotional issues that have been driving the difficulty—then does something about it.
Hypnotherapy for Anxiety Disorder
Dealing with Anxiety
hypnotherapy for anxiety No drugs or chemicals are used in hypnotherapy. It is an entirely natural treatment that relies on your own mind's ability to re-set itself.

With its advanced approach, Advanced-HypnoTherapy™ can provide real relief from the symptoms of anxiety disorder and anxiety attacks.

In the same way, Advanced-HypnoTherapy™ provides a powerful remedial treatment for the awful symptoms of panic attacks, leaving you free to live your life as nature intended – in a calmer, much more balanced way.

If you suffer from anxiety and panic attacks, you really can do something about it. You can reclaim your life.

Call now and get fast relief from anxiety attacks and panic attacks.

Rest assured that your call will be treated in the utmost confidence.

Hypnotherapy treatment for generalised anxiety disorder and panic attacks

What is Hypnotherapy

Hypnosis is a totally natural state of mind. When under hypnosis you will feel very relaxed, just like that wonderful feeling when you are tired lying in your bed and you are so overcome with comfort that you wish the moment could last forever. Through simple hypnotic, relaxation techniques you can easily attain this state at which time it becomes easy, with the help of a trained hypnotherapist, to visualise yourself becoming healthier, happier, more confident, or whatever it is that you want to be!


1. What do you want your life to be like in a year's time?

Many people claim that they have never been hypnotised, but they do admit to having drifted off whilst thinking about a loved one, forgetting large chunks of a car journey (commonly known as highway hypnosis), or 'going somewhere else' while reading a book. These are all examples of natural trance states. One of the great things about hypnosis is that in the hands of professional hypnotherapy practitioner it is harmless and produces no damaging side effects, whilst providing positive therapeutic benefits.

What Does Hypnotherapy Involve?

Hypnotherapy is a two way process between the therapist and the client, a professional partnership. A person cannot be hypnotised unless he or she agrees and co-operates - this cannot be stressed enough. Also whilst hypnotised, nobody can make you do anything which you do not want to do. Even those people on television eating raw onions and pretending to be Madonna are doing it because they want to! They have chosen to participate. It must be emphasised here that what hypnotherapists do is, by definition, therapeutic. Stage hypnosis is very different. It is a form of entertainment.
A Hypnotherapist's Job is to Help People

The first stage of a hypnotherapy consultation will generally involve an informal chat and some questions from the therapist to ascertain the nature of the issue and the necessary route to overcoming or dealing with it. The next stage is hypnosis.

You are led, by means of the hypnotherapist's gently guiding voice, into a state where your body and mind are relaxed and nearly asleep. To an onlooker it might seem as if you were totally asleep but in fact, though you will normally feel very relaxed, you will remain awake enough to be aware. Also awake will be those parts of your mind which the therapist is working with to induce beneficial changes. This may mean that you will be picturing, as in a daydream, the things which are being spoken of and that you may experience the associated pleasant feelings.

REMEMBER that if at any time you feel uncomfortable and want to terminate the session, then you will be perfectly capable of doing so.

After this there is always time left at the end of the session for you to ask questions or to discuss any experiences you had whilst you were in the relaxed, hypnotic state.

The hypnotherapist merely helps you to use that incredible hidden power of your subconscious mind to help with , reducing anxiety, cutting down on stress, gaining and confidence.

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