Pains in the chest and shortness of breath are quite common with panic and anxiety attacks and are obviously quite distressing for most people, because they could be something else more serious. There are many reasons why someone might have a panic attack. Following studies, it is now known that stress is one of the greatest reasons for panic attacks, including being in conditions that cause anxious feelings. Nevertheless, it can also happen suddenly, without reason at all. All of us have a natural fight or flight response that stimulates the release of adrenaline when we find ourselves in circumstances where we sense danger and feel the need protect ourselves.
Not only can the attack itself be very distressing, they can also place constraints on how people live their daily lives. It can cause worry and stress and anxiety, as you don’t know where or when a panic and anxiety attack could happen. Maybe you will find yourself avoiding going to certain locations where you fear it may result in a panic attack, and countless people become isolated because they’re afraid to go out at all. Panic attacks can therefore reduce confidence, create further anxious feelings, and depression can more often than not set in, due to this persistent worrying. Anxiety And Panic Attacks are not only very distressing for the individual; they can also have a bearing on those closest to them. Roughly 1 in 10 people may go through a panic attack to some extent at some point in their life. Having a panic attack fairly often naturally increases your belief that you may have another one soon, causing regular feelings of fear.
In many cases, a clinician can prescribe drugs to combat anxiety and stress, but without the right form of treatment it is unlikely that conventional medication can completely alleviate the underlying problems associated with panic and anxiety attacks. Hypnotherapy for panic disorder and anxiety can bring about constructive behavioural changes by modifying the thought processes of the subconscious mind. Causes for anxiety and panic attacks can be managed and for some removed altogether.
A hypnotic method trains the client to respond more appropriately to conditions that in the past may have caused panic. This can help build confidence for their future endeavours.
Hypnosis for panic and anxiety attacks is an option for people who need individual supportive treatment. This can be as an alternative, or alongside taking the usual prescription medication. It combines a hypnotic approach with cognitive behavioural therapy to create calm and tranquillity within the mind, relieving anxiety attacks, so that you can live a life without chronic worry and frustration. We are able to accomplish so much when our subconscious mind changes its responses which affect behaviour.
Hypnosis is a tremendously successful treatment that supports the client in making alterations to unfavourable habitual behaviours. Problematic behaviour, together with psychological and physiological issues, can be effectively treated with hypnotherapy, e.g. Irritable bowel, anxiety attacks, depression, psoriasis and high blood pressure.