When the mind thinks the body is being threatened in some way, it readies itself to either flee or defend itself but sometimes this mechanism becomes over-sensitive and creates the symptoms of GAD. The aim of this session is to stop this cycle.
If you suffer with GAD you may find you:-
- Have little patience.
- Have difficulty staying focused.
- Always imagine the worst case scenario.
- Suffer from Insomnia.
- Become depressed and/or become engrossed with or obsessional about one particular subject.
Self-Hypnosis may be the solution for you.
General Anxiety Disorder (GAD) Self-Hypnosis
- An Introduction to Hypnotherapy.
- Information about GAD.
- Deep relaxation to prepare body and mind for Hypnosis.
- Induction – disassociation of conscious and subconscious minds, opening channels of communication between the two.
- Checking out thoughts – rationalising – letting go of anxiety.
- Confidence-building of the mind.
- Post-Hypnotic tools for the future - anxiety free.
- Relaxing re-entry to the conscious world feeling relaxed, calm and peaceful.
- Low libido
- Distorted vision
- Diarrhoea or constipation
- Dry mouth
- No appetite
- Feeling restless
- Feeling shaky
- Insomnia (not being able to sleep).
Note: Do not stop taking any prescribed medication for your GAD without consulting your medical practitioner.