A powerful aid for panic or anxiety attacks to give you the tools to take back control and reduce the severity of your attacks or even eliminate them completely. It is an effective, gentle, non-invasive treatment for anxiety and panic attacks.
You will learn to change and re-educate your subconscious mind so that you can change how you think, feel and then react and behave in any given situation; taking back control.
Once your ‘trigger’ (panic) 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.
Note: Do not stop taking any prescribed medication for your Anxiety or Panic Attacks without consulting your medical practitioner first.
During a panic attack, physical symptoms can build up very quickly, whereas in General Anxiety Disorder the feelings of anxiety are prolonged or continuous but not as powerful as an attack.Common symptoms of Panic and Anxiety attacks:A pounding or racing heartbeatFeeling faint, dizzy or light-headedFeeling very hot or very cold · Sweating, trembling or shakingNausea (feeling sick)Pain in your chest or abdomenStruggling to breathe or feeling like you’re chokingFeeling like your legs are shaky or are turning to jellyFeeling disconnected from your mind, body or surroundings During a panic attack you might feel very afraid that you’re:Losing controlGoing to faintHaving a heart attackGoing to diePlease be assured that you are not alone!With modern-day living becoming more and more stressful, an increasing number of people are feeling anxious. Our self-hypnosis session to stop Panic Attacks will give you the tools to overcome these attacks.
Overcome Anxiety and Panic Attacks Self-Hypnosis
- Information about causes and symptoms of panic and anxiety attacks (knowledge is power) ·
- Relaxation Breathing Techniques – which can be used in the conscious, wakeful world to help reduce any physical symptoms.
- Deep Relaxation – The beginning of Hypnosis (this opens up communication paths within the mind which allows the conscious mind to shut down and take a back seat so that the subconscious mind can start to absorb new, more positive information that will influence the conscious mind in a wakeful state.
- Panic Prevention Tools to help you deal with stressful situations – The end of future Anxiety or Panic Attacks (positive affirmations, guided imagery, positive self-talk to help combat negative feelings and thoughts) Therapy for the Subconscious Mind – Changing thoughts, feelings and reactions at the very root of their creation (confidence building, seeing the world in a new way, the future looks good, seeing and feeling the calmness within.
- Consolidation – bringing all that you have learnt and felt forward to the conscious world – conscious and subconscious minds working together as one so that Anxiety or Panic are a thing of the past.
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The problem with anxiety and 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!
Why do we get anxious?
Anxiety is related to our flight or fight response and acts as an alarm system. 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. But have very different threats, mainly related to stress:
- Financial worries
- Moving house
- Job Interviews and presentations
Any of the above can be very 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 system designed to protect us, not harm us.
When you experience anxiety and panic attacks you often feel a loss of control.