Hypnotherapy for Anxiety Panic Phobias

Man standing on his own in a crowd, suffering from anxiety and PanicFear and anxiety are common emotions that most people will feel on and off during their life time. However for some people these feelings may become a dominant everyday occurrence. This can be extremely overwhelming and leave the person feeling unable to cope, suffering from high levels of anxiety and even panic attacks.

Anxiety can also be more much more specific and develop as a phobia.

A phobia is defined as an irrational, intense fear of an object or situation that poses little or no actual danger, such as a fear of flying, social phobia, agoraphobia, etc. Symptoms may include dizziness, rapid heartbeat, trembling, sweating, feeling out of breath or other uncontrollable physical responses. These symptoms may be experienced as a panic attack.

Using a combination of hypnotherapy and cognitive behavioural therapy it is possible for you lessen and manage your anxiety.

Click on the links below for an outline of how hypnotherapy could benefit you: