HOW CAN HYPNOTHERAPY HELP ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION

How can Hypnotherapy help with Anxiety?   
Anxiety is a human emotion experienced by everyone and if you imagine a scale of 1 to 100, where 1 is very low and 100 is very high, our anxiety levels are on that scale somewhere at all times.  Sometimes we may be veering towards the upper end, other times we may move towards the lower end.  For some people, anxiety can be particularly prevalent and they may feel that they
are towards the top end of the scale for a lot of the time and are finding it hard to control this. Read more ….

With Anxiety being a Natural Emotion, it is linked to our survival instincts and this is very true of Panic Attacks.

A panic attack is the arousal of the Flight or Fight syndrome where the mind believes we’re in a position of mortal danger and will do all that it can to ensure we are at our bestto flee or fight in that situation.  This is often triggered unnecessarily and can be very traumatic or the sufferer.

Hypnotherapy works by relaxing the conscious mind so that we can communicate with the subconscious. The subconscious is the part of us that holds all our automatic responses, our habits and our instincts.  By communicating with this part, we can seek to alleviate the symptoms and the triggering of the symptoms. 

Additionally, often hypnotherapy will include visualisations.  This is where the client imagines specific situations howthey would like to feel.  In doing this, it creates a memory in the subconscious, therefore, when we are in a similar situation, our subconscious will act in accordance with this new memory as it will feel a sense of familiarity and security in feeling
that way in this situation.  We often do the complete opposite of this. Often we imagine being a situation and things going terribly wrong for example we can think that we’re going to have a panic attack or feel terribly nervous at the party we’re going to.  In doing this, we’re rehearsing for things to go wrong, so as they begin to, it feels familiar and the rest of the going wrong’  ensues.  In this sense, it is very easy for our fears to self fulfil and to escalate. 

Learning how to relax plays has a valid part in managing anxiety, to take time out to truly rest and switch off from the world, even if it is only for a few minutes each day.  This can be invaluable and in doing this, the visualisations mentioned above can be incorporated to allow the individual to imagine being as they want to be in whatever situation, whenever, wherever.  It can allow our minds to focus, it can reduce anxieties and allow us to be as we want to be.

Hypnotherapy can also be used to go back (regress) to early parts of our lives to tackle the root cause or situations of anxiety.  In a relaxed state, we’d go back to be at that time when we first felt anxious or when we first had a panic attack to provide comfort or to feel safe in that situation.  In doing this, it provides resolve to our subconscious which will alleviate future unwanted responses to situations.
 
Each individual will have their own unique circumstances regarding this common and largely
untalked about issue, therefore the therapy offered is likely to be tailored to cater for that person
to allow them to be as they’d like to be.  The first step to seeking help is often seeking further information so the individual realises what is going on.  Many people join online forums to share experiences and quickly realise that they are not mad, losing control or becoming crazy. 
The internet has a mass of information on anxiety and mass of resources to help.

Hypnotherapy aims to provide people with results fairly quickly. Hypnotherapists will use a variety of techniques such as visualisation, which is aimed at producing often quite deep levels of relaxation. Visualisation involves asking you to imagine a feared situation or object while you are in a deep state
f relaxation. You are then asked to use positive visualisation to manage how you are feeling and to imagine the experience in a positive way.
 

“I was suffering with panic attacks on the train to the point where it was almost impossible to travel to work. I was feeling very tearful and in a complete state of panic when I went to see a hypnotherapist through Anxiety UK for treatment. I found the hypnotherapist very easy to talk to, and my whole experience of hypnotherapy was very easy and straight forward.

After the 1st session of hypnotherapy, I had a comfortable journey home on the train, and after further sessions I didn’t think twice about travelling on the train. In fact, I now find train journeys quite boring! There were other times when I had panic attacks, especially if I had to speak at a business meeting or in public. Now I don’t feel bothered by that anymore and feel that I can move forward and not avoid the situations that made me feel uncomfortable. I now understand why I have suffered with this problem, and now feel so much more confident and motivated.

I just want to let other sufferers know that there is help out there, and that you can overcome this problem.”

Betty

Understanding that you are Not Alone and that their is a Solution to your troubles is a good starting point.

Dont lose time and suffer in silence. Now is the time to turn your life around and make the changes to enable you to have the life you want.

I look forward to hearing from you and helping you make the changes you need on the road to a better life
 
Hayley

insight-hypnotherapy.com

07817 630614
Hayley Kiemel
HPD. DHP.  AfSFH  MNCH(Reg) LAPHP 
Tel: O161 766 9915 
Mobile: 07817 630614
Practice One : Malham  Drive Whitefield
Practice Two:  Precious Health Therapy Hale

Disclaimer
*Hypnotherapy is effective however results may vary and success is not guaranteed. Full client commitment is important.