Stop Anxiety and Panic Attacks with Self Hypnosis
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Do you experience uncomfortable feelings of anxiety and panic?
Do you fear those feelings?
When a panic or anxiety attack takes hold of you do you feel a sense of terror, loss of control, a racing pounding heart or chest pains that convince you that you’re having a heart attack?
Do you feel you’re going “crazy” or something embarrassing is about to happen?
These are just some of the symptoms of an anxiety or panic attack. A panic or anxiety attack is an over stimulated flight or fight reaction, the trouble is the ‘off’ button seems to be missing! With our Hypnosis session, you can learn to control the panic and anxiety attacks, reducing their severity and often eliminating them altogether.
With practice, you can change your subconscious mind, and in doing so, it can change how you feel, think, react and behave in various situations. Once the ‘off’ button has been re-established, you can stop the sequence of feelings before they escalate and each time you do that, the fear-of-the-fear wil alsol diminish .
A panic or anxiety attack can’t kill, it’s just that they feel as though they can, so take control of them, and live life to its fullest.
You will find this session easy to listen to, with no gimmicks, subliminal messages, or irritating, overbearing music. The voice you will hear is that of a female with an English accent.
What are panic and anxiety attacks?
Fear is our body's natural response to a situation perceived as threatening. Fear can range from mild anxiety (which can be helpful when there is a goal like passing an exam) through to full blown panic.
If we take the example of the noise downstairs, let us suppose it is a burglar, as you fear. You may wish to stay absolutely still, so as to prevent the burglar from attacking you. You might want to go and challenge him or you might need to rush should he come after you. Your fear response would help with any of these. When you are frightened, you breathe more quickly so that you can get lots of oxygen to your muscles. Your heart beats faster to pump the blood round your body faster. Your digestive system closes down to allow your body to concentrate on the more immediate threat. This is your body's normal healthy reaction to situations where your body feels under threat; it is your body's alarm system.
The frustrating thing about panic attacks is that they usually occur when there is no obvious physical threat there at all. Your body is reacting as though it was about to be attacked when in reality it is not. In other words it is a false alarm. It is a bit like the annoying smoke detector which goes off at all the wrong times, because it is sensitive to small amounts of smoke. Or the burglar alarm that goes off because of the cat. Or even more annoying, the car alarm that is triggered by the wind. These are all alarms that can be triggered when there is in fact no danger. The same can be the case with your body's 'alarm' system. Sometimes it can be triggered off when there is no real danger.
The problem is that our body's 'alarm system' was designed many, many years ago, when people had to cope with dangers in order to survive. Nowadays, we are rarely faced with the sort of life or death threats our ancestors faced. We have very different threats, mainly related to stress. Financial worries, overworking, moving house, divorce, can all be stressful, and can raise our anxiety levels to the point where our 'alarm system' is triggered. It is a bit like a 'stress' thermometer - which when it reaches a certain level results in panic. Whilst a panic attack may be unpleasant, it is not dangerous. Quite the opposite; It is a designed to protect us not harm us.
So to summarise, an anxiety or panic attack is an over stimulated flight or fight reaction, but with Self-Hypnosis you can learn to control the attacks, reducing their severity or eliminating them altogether. With practice, you can change how your subconscious mind works, and in doing so, it can change how you feel, think, react and behave in various situations. Once the trigger button has been turned off, you can stop the sequence of the feelings before they escalate, and each time you do that, the fear-of-the-fear will diminish also.